Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

Sylvia Day’s New Novel Entwines Readers: Audio Interview

Sylvia Day’s New Novel Entwines Readers: Audio Interview

As a young couple navigating the first serious love affair either of them has ever had, Gideon and Eva are learning from their mistakes and making new ones, while being tested by challenges both external and internal. These two passionate and tempestuous lovers have dark pasts to overcome, but their all-consuming and deeply physical love for each other is worth fighting for and they know it…

Oscar Wilde and the Murders At Reading Gaol by Gyles Brandreth

Oscar Wilde and the Murders At Reading Gaol by Gyles Brandreth

Writer and poet Oscar Wilde lived a flamboyant, extravagant life, right up until he was sentenced to two years of hard labour in her majesty’s gaol for gross indecency, or what is now termed homosexuality. During this time, Wilde suffers on small portions of skilly, long days of picking oakum, and unbearable hours of staring into nothing but the inky blackness of his own cell without the mental stimulus which had intoxicated him in his previous life.

Seduction by M.J. Rose

Seduction by M.J. Rose

In her book Seduction, M. J. Rose uses themes of reincarnation, the afterlife and satanic possession to stir the reader’s curiosity and anticipation for what will come next.

Easy as Pi: An interview with Wendy Mass

Easy as Pi: An interview with Wendy Mass

“If you think it’s tough being the Supreme Overlord of the Universe, try being his son. Or, more precisely, his seventh son.”

So laments young Joss, narrator of award-winning author Wendy Mass’s latest novel for tweens, Pi in the Sky (Little, Brown, 2013).

Advent by James Treadwell

Advent by James Treadwell

Thrill-seekers, puzzle investigators and paranormal lovers, there is no way to say it better than: THIS is the book you’ve been dying to read.