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

March/April 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!

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A Note from the Editor...

Ruth - EditorWelcome to March & April Booktime!

This time, we have lots of great author interviews for you. Crime writer Sharon Bolton tells us about her sinister new thriller The Craftsman, and we interview sci-fi writer James Smythe about his brilliant new novel I Still Dream. Philip Kazan explains the family inspirations behind The Black Earth, a love story set during the Second World War, debut author Roland Philipps reveals more about his new biography of spy Donald Maclean, and Costa Award winning author Rebecca Stott tells us more about her unusual upbringing, detailed in her memoir In The Days Of Rain.

For those of us who feel more like a Disaster Chef than a MasterChef when it comes to cooking, Nadia Sawahla and Kaye Adams have written a foolproof book of delicious, easy recipes that even the most culinary-challenged can achieve. We also look at the brand new novel from Orange Prize winning author Madeline Miller, a remarkable memoir from Tara Westover, a highly amusing satire of the Australian literary scene, the latest in the Detective’s Daughter crime series, and two exceptional novels by debut authors A.J. Pearce and Libby Page. There’s a brand new novel from children’s author Ali Sparkes, a magical novel by Andrew Zurcher, a YA novel about teenage a wartime spy, and a charming adventure set in the Outer Hebrides.

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