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IF YOU GO AWAY Blog Tour Day 1 – An exclusive extract

27th March 1914 Dearest Diary, I have waited for such a long time for today. Eighteen years, nine months and ten days. My entire life. FOREVER.   Vivian carefully underlined the word forever and in […]

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Jodi Picoult & Samantha van Leer introduce OFF THE PAGE

Yesterday we published OFF THE PAGE, the enchanting new novel by Jodi Picoult and her daughter and co-author Samantha van Leer. In it, fairy tale prince Oliver is plucked from the pages from his story […]

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A Reading Guide to Claire Lorrimer’s bestselling romance novels

Here’s a reading guide to four of bestselling romance author Claire Lorrimer’s most beloved novels, and a fifth novel, Georgia, which is available now for the first time in paperback and ebook. Full of drama, […]

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Team Bookends’ talk strong women in fiction

Tomorrow sees the launch of #ReadtheGirl – the online campaign calling on fans to re-read the Millennium trilogy. In honour of one of the toughest women in fiction, Lisbeth Salander, Team Bookends have nominated their […]

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Why I love the eighteenth century by Martine Bailey

It was no surprise to me that BBC’s Poldark was a huge success. The 18th-century is an age that casts a glamour of high romance over any story. I have chosen five reasons why the […]

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#NationalDoughnutWeek custard doughnut testing. And the winner is…

At Bookends we take our jobs very seriously. We’re hugely passionate about what we do, the fantastic authors we get to work with and of course their amazing books. Occasionally, our line of duty even […]

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Quick-fire Q&A with Nicola Doherty

My dream holiday destination… Tahiti. Apparently after you’ve been, everything else is rubbish, so I’m saving it for last. The book I’ve read the most times… Probably Bridget Jones’s Diary, or Rivals by Jilly Cooper. […]

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Quick-fire Q&A with Wendy Holden

If I had to go back in time and choose another career… I’d quite like to be the Queen. She must know some interesting things. My dream holiday destination.. Going down to Antibes from Paris […]

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The Bailey’s Prize for Fiction

Now in its twentieth year, the Bailey’s Prize for Fiction celebrates excellence, originality and accessibility in writing by women in English from throughout the world. We’re delighted to have two brilliant Bookends novels on the […]

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THE DISH author Stella Newman interviews superstar chef Dan Doherty of Duck & Waffle

My new novel, The Dish, is a romantic comedy about a  relationship between a restaurant critic and a chef, but the main love affair  — as in all my books —  is  with food. In […]

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Bestselling author Sheila OFlanagan tells us where she creates her wonderful novels…

My Writing Room I wrote my first novel, DREAMING OF A STRANGER, in the garage of my house in Clontarf. The conversion job on the garage, which was done by the previous owners, was very […]

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