Review Round Up: A Promised Land by Barack Obama

The former US President has released his memoirs. Here we round up the reviews… The Guardian: “A Promised Land delivers amply on the basic expectations of political autobiographies, providing a granular view from the driving seat of power.” The Observer: “Like the best autobiographers, Barack Obama writes about himself in the hope of discovering who or even… Read More

NEWS: Digi Creative Announce Publication of Dear Audience

A brand new theatrical coffee table book filled with over 140 pages showcasing the Arts industry is set to be released on the 25th November. Featuring Lucie Jones, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Cedric Neal, Lambert Jackson Productions,  Layton Williams, Alice Fearn, Nicole Raquel Dennis, Rachel Tucker, Carl Man, Paul Taylor-Mills, Sejal Keshwala, Frances Ruffelle, the book… Read More

Interview With…Charlie Josephine

Emma Clarendon chatted to Charlie Josephine about new audiobook play Massive which is available now to listen to on Audible.   Hi Charlie, thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain what ‘Massive’ is about? Thanks for having me. Yeah, so  ’Massive’ is messy queer love story about the chase to be perfect and… Read More

REVIEW: Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith

This latest book following the exploits of Strike and Robin is extremely detailed and in danger of being completely overwhelming. Delivering the biggest and most detailed Strike novel to date, Robert Galbraith’s new novel certainly covers a lot of topics while exploring further the two central characters. Troubled Blood sees Strike and Robin trying to… Read More

REVIEW: Ant & Dec: Once Upon a Tyne

This warmly entertaining and engaging book celebrating the duo’s 30 year career is certainly a tonic to read. From Byker Grove to I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, it is hard to believe that Ant and Dec have been gracing our screens for thirty years. To mark the occasion, they have released this… Read More

NEWS: New Virtual Exhibition of Stars of Stage and Screen to Launch

The exhibition will celebrate the publication of Simon Annand’s latest book ‘Time To Act’ which will be published on the 30th September. It has been announced that in celebration of renowned theatre photographer Simon Annand’s latest book ‘Time To Act’ being published, a virtual exhibition featuring some of the images in the book will launch on… Read More

REVIEW: The Devil’s Due by Bonnie MacBird

Bonnie MacBird’s third Sherlock Holmes novel is thrilling and filled with immense detail that will impress fans of the legendary detective. Filled with danger, intrigue and more than one villainous character to look out for, The Devil’s Due is a thrilling new Sherlock Holmes adventure that effectively immerses the reader into his world. Set in… Read More

Interview With…Niki Aguirre

Emma Clarendon chatted to the author about her new collection of stories Terminal Romance, published on the 17th September. Hi Nikki, could you tell me more about what Terminal Romance is about? Terminal Romance is a collection of interlinked short stories touching on themes such as connections, physicality vs cyberspace, and romantic disillusion. The timeline… Read More

REVIEW: The Final Warning by Peter Isdell-Carpenter

This debut novel from Peter Isdell-Carpenter offers a chilling insight at what the future of America could look like…. Corruption, betrayal and secrecy all lie at the centre of this chilling and compelling debut novel that examines what the future of politics could look like in America and its potential impact on the Western world.… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Book Picks for September 2020

Here’s our guide to some of the best books that are being released this month… Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith: as Strike’s exploits are explored on television once more with the adaptation of Lethal White on the BBC, comes his next crime solving adventure onto the page. Set to be published on the 15th September,… Read More