Just as Santa decides he has no choice but to furlough his elves, a bright young elf brings him a letter that changes everything.
Author Andrew Kersham, reveals some of the strange stories behind the city's most unusual landmarks in his new book, Walking Cambridge
Ahead of her conversation with Helen Lederer at the Cambridge Literary Festival, the author of Reasons to be Cheerful talks to Alex Spencer
‘Kiss Goodbye’ by Jennifer Chapman ‘reflects life as it is’
Author Matt Haig is coming to the Winter Cambridge Literary Festival to talk about his most personal novel yet, The Midnight Library.
‘The Princess and the Prick’ adds hilarity to age-old genres
A picture book is an unexpected place to find a discussion of death, but Cambridgeshire author Isabel Thomas enjoys talking about big ideas with kids.
Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.
After setting up a new comedy writing prize for women, Helen Lederer is keen for the freedom to write her wicked memoirs and enjoy behaving badly.
The secret history of a creepy asylum converted into luxury flats lies at the heart of Erin Kelly's new book
Paige Toon’s research for her stories usually sees her jetting off around the world - but her new novel saw her drinking Prosecco in Grantchester