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Quickfire Q&A with… Sarah Mussi

Sarah Mussi, author of YA thriller You Can’t Hide, answers our quickfire questions…   When I was 5 years old I wanted to be… An explorer! I wanted to find a new undiscovered country – […]

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WIN A SISTER & CO. GIFT BOX

For your chance to WIN a gift box of Sister & Co. products and TWO copies of Skin Food by Sister & Co. founder, Sophie Thompson, simply email publicity@octopusbooks.co.uk with your name before Friday 5th October, […]

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Quickfire Q&A… with Lucy Courtenay

When I was 5 years old, I wanted to be… in charge. In the absence of a country, the playground sufficed. The first album I ever bought… Cool answer? Thriller. Truthful answer? Cats pipped Thriller […]

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Pretty As A Picture

First up, pictures of The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo   The gorgeous Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu …   It’s All In Your Head by Rae Earl, author of My Mad Fat Diary   Girlhood by Cat Clarke, picked for […]

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Top 10: Books You’ll ALWAYS Remember

Here at BKMRK, we’re all about those books that you’ll never forget. And so, we thought it would only be appropriate, and necessary, to write a TOP 10 on the TOP 10 books you’ll always […]

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Ikigai: The Japanese Guide to Finding Your Purpose in Life

Move over, Hygge – it’s all about Ikigai now. Written by Japanese expert Ken Mogi, The Little Book of Ikigai is a fascinating insight into the miracle that is the Japanese people’s record-breaking long life […]

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Graham Norton answers readers’ questions

Graham Norton’s masterful, bestselling debut novel Holding, is now out in paperback. Some lucky reading groups from all over the country were given the chance to ask Graham a question about the novel, and here […]

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My Perfect Weekend…with Marina Fiorato

The weekend is on the horizon and to celebrate we caught up with Marina Fiorato, author of the dark, sumptuous and gothic Crimson and Bone, which is out today, to find out how she imagines […]

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Our top 10 fictional dresses to love, inspired by Fashion Week

With London Fashion Week events and festivities still fresh in our memory, and Milan Fashion Week now in full swing, we’re entering into the spirit of things by compiling our own fashion guide inspired by […]

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Romantic Reads from Team Bookends

We’re in the mood for romance! And just in time, too – we’ve selected some delicious ebook reads guaranteed to gear you up for Valentine’s Day. Added bonus: they’re all 99p! Getting Over Mr Right […]

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Sarah Vaughan’s Perfect Weekend

My perfect weekend would not be spent at home, in a village just outside Cambridge, but in the area of north Cornwall that inspired The Farm at the Edge of the World. It’s the place […]

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Your New Year Resolution: Make the Leap!

Author of The Art of Living Danishly (which basically spotted hygge before anyone else), Helen Russell gave herself a year to cure her chronic indecisiveness. And so she gave herself a year for a life experiment: […]

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