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Will you let the tarot tell your story?

Will you let the tarot tell your story?

Will you let the tarot tell your story?

16 May 2022

Wildcard, a friendly and funny guide to the tarot is a new book about how the cards can be used to spark conversation, ideas and new perspectives.


Guinivere Glasford on her new novel and the privilege of being published

Guinivere Glasford on her new novel and the privilege of being published

Guinivere Glasford on her new novel and the privilege of being published

13 May 2022

The Cambridge novelist and Costa Award nominee reveals how she poured her hopes into a novel she wrote during the bleakest hours of lockdown.


Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

13 May 2022

Author found fame and fortune with technology for social good – and has gone on to discover family values


Cambridge author John Harvey’s first five novels reissued

Cambridge author John Harvey’s first five novels reissued

Cambridge author John Harvey’s first five novels reissued

09 May 2022

The books, which tackle a variety of subjects, are on sale at Heffers.


Cambridge author Geraldine Ryan releases Riding Pillion with George Clooney and Other Stories

Cambridge author Geraldine Ryan releases Riding Pillion with George Clooney and Other Stories

Cambridge author Geraldine Ryan releases Riding Pillion with George Clooney and Other Stories

30 April 2022

All of the short stories featured in this anthology were previously published in women’s magazines.


Michelle Paver due at Heffers Cambridge as ‘Wolfbane’ concludes Stone Age odyssey

Michelle Paver due at Heffers Cambridge as ‘Wolfbane’ concludes Stone Age odyssey

Michelle Paver due at Heffers Cambridge as ‘Wolfbane’ concludes Stone Age odyssey

25 April 2022

Finale of epic historical fantasy by author whose research shames many method actors


Cambridge Kindertransport author says refugees then faced UK visa blocks familiar to Ukrainians today

Cambridge Kindertransport author says refugees then faced UK visa blocks familiar to Ukrainians today

Cambridge Kindertransport author says refugees then faced UK visa blocks familiar to Ukrainians today

21 April 2022

University Library and Churchill Archives Centre aid Mike Levy’s new book on unsung heroes of 1930s resettlement effort


Michael Morpurgo: 'When you read to a child you don't know what memories you leave'

Michael Morpurgo: 'When you read to a child you don't know what memories you leave'

Michael Morpurgo: 'When you read to a child you don't know what memories you leave'

14 April 2022

The children's author will be reading his poems at the Cambridge Literary Festival to accompany Camille Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals.


New novel by Cambridge author Shahida Rahman looks at the unknown women of the Suffragette movement

New novel by Cambridge author Shahida Rahman looks at the unknown women of the Suffragette movement

New novel by Cambridge author Shahida Rahman looks at the unknown women of the Suffragette movement

08 April 2022

An Ayah’s Choice, published on March 29 by Onwe, is an historical coming-of-age story set in the early 20th century.


A host of events for children taking place at Waterstones in Cambridge

A host of events for children taking place at Waterstones in Cambridge

A host of events for children taking place at Waterstones in Cambridge

06 April 2022

There will be storytimes and activities, as well as themed parties and author signings.


Stalking nightmare of local MP was inspiration for new thriller

Stalking nightmare of local MP was inspiration for new thriller

Stalking nightmare of local MP was inspiration for new thriller

31 March 2022

The Cambridgeshire author with a new Netflix series reveals how former local MP Heidi Allen helped with research for her latest book


Heart-warming ‘Lovebirds’ is a visual feast for readers

Heart-warming ‘Lovebirds’ is a visual feast for readers

Heart-warming ‘Lovebirds’ is a visual feast for readers

16 January 2022

Local artist Jamie Suggs’ beautifully illustrated new title published by Cambridge Children’s Books


Cambridgeshire author Lou Carter's book There is No Dragon in this Story to feature on Cbeebies Bedtime Stories

Cambridgeshire author Lou Carter's book There is No Dragon in this Story to feature on Cbeebies Bedtime Stories

Cambridgeshire author Lou Carter's book There is No Dragon in this Story to feature on Cbeebies Bedtime Stories

14 January 2022

The Impington-based children’s author is to have her book read out on the CBeebies channel this evening (Friday, January 14).


Gytha Lodge reveals secrets of her spine-tingling ideas

Gytha Lodge reveals secrets of her spine-tingling ideas

Gytha Lodge reveals secrets of her spine-tingling ideas

14 January 2022

The bestselling author talks about her new novel, and how she learned to write and pitch gripping narratives, ahead of a talk in Cambridge.


Notebook of Sir Isaac Newton writing thought lost for 350 years is added to the Cambridge University Library collection

Notebook of Sir Isaac Newton writing thought lost for 350 years is added to the Cambridge University Library collection

Notebook of Sir Isaac Newton writing thought lost for 350 years is added to the Cambridge University Library collection

06 January 2022

It illuminates his complex relationship with Christianity.


Our pick of the best books for Christmas

Our pick of the best books for Christmas

Our pick of the best books for Christmas

17 December 2021

If you want something a little different from this year's blockbusters, try these hidden gems.


Cambridge author David J Harrison publishes debut novel, Recursion

Cambridge author David J Harrison publishes debut novel, Recursion

Cambridge author David J Harrison publishes debut novel, Recursion

26 November 2021

Published by The Book Guild Publishing on October 28, the novel is a thriller reminiscent of the works of Haruki Murakami and Steven King.


Cambridge author Maggie James’s memoir recalls life in 1980s Saudi Arabia

Cambridge author Maggie James’s memoir recalls life in 1980s Saudi Arabia

Cambridge author Maggie James’s memoir recalls life in 1980s Saudi Arabia

05 November 2021

No Way Home: A Novelised Memoir is an occasionally harrowing semi-autobiographical novel based on the writer’s own experiences.


Cambridge author wins British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding

Cambridge author wins British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding

Cambridge author wins British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding

27 October 2021

Waves Across the South: A New History of Revolution and Empire by Sujit Sivasundaram was praised for its ingenuity and meticulous research.


Cambridge author Rebecca Patterson publishes new book, Nursery? Not Today!

Cambridge author Rebecca Patterson publishes new book, Nursery? Not Today!

Cambridge author Rebecca Patterson publishes new book, Nursery? Not Today!

14 October 2021

The book is specifically for children who may be anxious about starting nursery.


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