3 November 2022
Seoulmates by Susan Lee
Seoulmates is a lighthearted summer-themed romance that explores the nuances of Korean culture.
28 June 2022
‘Christmas Under the Stars’- Not unputdownable, but easy to pick up again.
Written by Karen Swann, romantic and deliciously descriptive, isolation, deceit and escapism are subtly woven through this plot which explores heartbreak and what it is to truly live your life.
28 March 2022
Getting my childhood novel published
How my best friend and I reached Waterstones shelves before we hit twenty.
28 March 2022
A Conversation with the authors of new book ‘Alight’
Voice’s own Alexandra Hart and co-author Phoebe Sleeman discuss their debut fantasy novel ‘Alight’.
10 April 2021
Polly Barton "Fifty Sounds" review: Magical insight into the beauty of language learning
By turns an autobiography, travelogue and meditation on language, Polly Barton’s Fifty Sounds is an eclectic study on what it means to teach – and learn – a language, as told through fifty mimetic sounds.
9 March 2021
Where the Crawdads Sing Review
Beautifully-written and utterly un-put-downable. Where the Crawdads Sing is a gripping read! By Delia Owens, this debut best-selling novel is a remarkable and powerful tale and left me gasping for more…
31 January 2019
Where are they now? with Catherine Sleeman
Catherine is a multi-disciplinary artist with interests ranging from theatre, to music, to crafts and textiles. She completed her Silver Arts Award by focusing on dance and literature - writing a whole novel in a month!
2 October 2015
How to...win a novel award
This weekend, I headed to How To Win a Novel Award, a talk at Bath Literature Festival. Here are the key highlights from the discussion to help any aspiring writers pitch their work just right...
30 September 2015
March round up: literature
This month we have delved into the world of literature...