• 16 Authors Pick Their Favourite Winter Reads

    January 2020

    The wind might howl outside and the rain pelt down, temperatures may plummet and spring might feel like an eternity away, but there really is no better season than winter to take advantage of a comfy chair in a cosy corner and get lost in a chilling read.

  • 13 Books Every Book Club Should Read

    January 2020

    Book clubs can be hit or miss. Assemble the ideal group and choose a page-turner and you’re set. Gather a disinterested crew and pick a total dud and you’ll regret ever having expressed interest.

  • Advice To Writers Interview: Stephanie Wrobel

    January 2020

    How did you become a writer? I’m baffled by it myself. Around five or six, I began typing up stories and drawing illustrations for them. I can’t really remember what drew me to storytelling—reading and writing have just always been my favorite ways to spend my free time.

  • 33 Best New Books To Buy Now And Enjoy In The Sunshine (Glass Of Wine In Hand)

    January 2020

    Rose Gold believed she was sick for 18 years before she discovered her mother had been lying. She testifies against her and her mother goes to prison, but what will happen when she is finally released? We’d be surprised if this edge-of-your-seat novel doesn’t become the next must-watch Netflix drama.

  • 10 Authors Pick Their Top Comfort Reads

    January 2020

    Sometimes we all need a book that’s just a little more comforting, don’t we? For us crime readers, though, it’s usually something a bit dark and creepy, with one or two murders thrown in for good measure.

  • How Women Writers Are Transforming Hardboiled Noir

    January 2020

    Hardboiled fiction of the twenties, thirties and forties and classic film noir of the forties and fifties mostly feature a particular kind of guy. You know him. Think of Raymond Chandler’s private dick, Philip Marlowe, in The Big Sleep, The Long Goodbye and Farewell My Lovely.

  • 23 Debut Books That Are Too Good To Ignore

    January 2020

    It’s hard enough to find an audience as a debut author, but without traditional publicity strategies in place, it can be nearly impossible. So Bustle has compiled a list of 23 debut books that had their launches impacted by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, to help give…

  • The Debuts Of Lockdown

    January 2020

    Under normal circumstances our bookshops would be piled high with great novels from debut authors, whilst events and signings would put their names on every booklover’s lips.

  • 10 Fiction Books To Help You Escape From The Real World

    January 2020

    This thriller is not exactly “light” reading, but it is gripping and relatively quick. For years, everyone thought Rose was seriously ill and she got sympathy from neighbors and strangers — but it turns out it was all her mother Patty’s doing.

  • The Best Books Of The Week

    January 2020

    Rose Gold Watts spent the first 18 years of her life constantly sick, in and out of hospitals. No one could ever figure out what was really wrong — turns out her mother Patty was an expert liar.

  • Five Must-Read Books For March

    January 2020

    A thorough and delectable novel about class, interfamilial relationships, and the limits of forgiveness, you’ll quickly turn the pages trying to figure out just what every characters’ motives are.

  • Meet The Literary World’s Newest Esteemed Author

    January 2020

    Want to know the antidote to get you through your tumultuous week’s duties and the dreaded pandemonium of the Monday morning commute? It’s whiling away with a fresh book to devour. And fittingly, here at MV, we have just the one.