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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 28th February 2019.
 

A Note from the Editor...

Ruth - EditorWelcome to January & February Booktime!

As we enter 2019, another year of books beckons, and we have plenty to get you started in the edition. We interview new author Anstey Harris about her moving debut novel The Truths & Triumphs Of Grace Atherton we interview screenwriter Alex Michaelides about his new twisty thriller The Silent Patient; we interview author Rajeev Balasubramanyam about his novel following an ageing economics professor; we interview author and illustrator Liz Pichon about her bestselling series featuring doodling schoolboy Tom Gates; and we interview children’s author Michelle Harrison about her new series of magical adventures featuring three cursed sisters.

There’s an inspirational cookbook, which blends memoir with recipes, and book which re-examines history from a female perspective. There are new novels by Ann Weisgarber, Bridget Collins and Diane Setterfield, and we take a look at a fresh genre of crime novels set in Nigeria. A novel by David Gillham considers what might have happened had Anne Frank survived, and our children’s bookclub title is the tale of a refugee who finds solace in the story of a girl who lived a hundred years earlier. There’s a chilling tale of girl who’s never been outside, a girl who has an affinity with water, a girl who finds herself in the strangest of towns, and a madcap adventure for a 19th century theatre troupe. Happy New Year to you all!

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