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BKMRK’d – Autumn 2019

It’s not long now until Autumn – a time for snuggling up with a cuppa, a blanket and a good book. So may we suggest some FANTASTIC reads for during this time? From the perfect gifts to gorgeously gothic tales to reads you won’t be able to put down, we have it ALL.

Read on for more info …



Crooked Kingdom Collector’s Edition by Leigh Bardugo (5th September)

To complete your Six of Crows duology collection… BEHOLD THE GORGEOUSNESS!

This absolutely STUNNING hardback, featuring the epic story you know and love, is packed with so many extra features including:

✨ Intricate gold iconography from the world of the book
✨ Seven pieces of full-colour character artwork from Monolime
✨ A new and exclusive letter of introduction from the author
✨ Deep black sprayed edges
✨ Endpaper maps





The Deathless Girls by Kiran Millwood Hargrave (19th September)

We are DEATHLY excited about Kiran’s first YA novel – the untold story of the brides of Dracula.

Two sisters. One dark destiny.

The Deathless Girls is a beautiful, dark, gothic and intoxicating book featuring a gorgeous F/F love story. PLUS the cover is gorgeous and the end papers are to DIE for.




The Liars by Jennifer Mathieu (5th September)

Sizzling. Thrilling. Gorgeous. We’d be lying if we said we weren’t SUPER EXCITED ABOUT THIS BOOK.

The summer of 1969. Two teenage siblings living with their alcoholic mother off the Texas Gulf Coast become caught in a web of family dysfunction, secrets and lies from their mother’s past that threaten to destroy them.

Can fierce love save them, or will their truth tear them apart?







Slay by Brittney Morris (3rd October)

‘We are different ages, genders, tribes, tongues, and traditions … but tonight we all SLAY’

Black Panther meets Ready Player One in this INCREDIBLE read about a fierce teen game developer who battles a real-life troll intent on ruining the video game and safe space she has built for black gamers.



Love, Secret Santa by S. A. Domingo (31st October) 

Pure joy! A festive clean teen romance, perfect for fans of A Christmas Prince and The Holiday Calendar on Netflix.