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A full colour FREE consumer magazine, packed with exciting book features your customers will love!

January/February Edition

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Every issue of Booktime is bursting with author interviews, new title highlights, great competitions and editorial on an eclectic range of books. It includes news from the book world, seasonal articles and an exciting children’s section. So, whatever age, there is always something for everyone!
 

Up to 50% discount available on selected titles,
discount is valid until 29th February 2020.

A Note from the Editor...

Ruth - Editor

Welcome to January & February Booktime! 

 

In this edition, we have lots of interviews, including one with the Booker Prize winning author Anne Enright about her new novel which describes the life of a prominent Irish actress from the point of view of her daughter. Documentary filmmaker Chris Atkins tells us more about his time in Wandsworth Prison, which he writes about in his new memoir A Bit Of A Stretch. Debut author Beth Morrey reflects on her new novel Saving Missy, and Korean American author Steph Cha tells us of the true-life inspiration for her novel Your House Will Pay. We also feature the latest works of fiction from Colum McCann, Kiran Millwood Hargreave, Graham Swift, Sarah Crossan and Nicola White.

There’s a new guide to living life more positively, a collection of personal accounts from autistic adults, and we also take a look at the new Quick Reads books. For younger readers, we feature the story of a girl whose father comes out as a transgender woman, and a novel about a boy who unwittingly begins a career as a famous artist. There’s the latest funny novel in the Happyville High series by Tom McLaughlin, and the endearing picture book tale of a girl who imagines what life would be like if she had a pet sloth. We also give you the change to win a copy of The Anarchy, a history of the East India Company, signed by the author William Dalrymple, with our book quiz. And our Bookshop Says feature this time comes from Read in Holmfirth, Yorkshire.

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