Happy Sunday. We had a chat with IBW Book Award shortlisted author Frances Hardinge all about indies!
Happy weekend folks! Here's a Q&A with fabulous children's author Petr Horacek whose book The Mouse Who Ate the Moon is shortlisted for the IBW Book Award.
Continuing on from our Q&As with the IBW Book Award shortlisted authors, today we have the wonderful Helen Peters, author of The Farm Beneath the Water which is shortlisted in the children’s category.
Today we bring you an interview with children's author David Almond whose book A Song for Ella Grey is shortlisted in the children's category of the IBW Book Award. Read on to find out David's favourite independent bookshop, what book he would recommend to everyone and much more.
Shortlisted in the Children's Picture Book Category is the brilliant Rebecca Cobb for The Something. We asked her a few questions about indie bookshops ...
There are 12 wonderful titles in the Children's Picture Book Category of the IBW Book Award and here's a Q&A with one of the shortlisted authors, Emma Chichester Clark talking everything indie bookshops!
We're counting down until IBW with interviews with the fantastic IBW Book Award shortlisted author. Today we're bringing you a Q&A with Five Children on the Western Front author, Kate Saunders.
#giveabook to someone special this IBW.
Independent Bookshop Week is just 16 days away and over the coming weeks we'll be sharing interviews with the IBW Book Award shortlisted authors. First up - author of the fabulous Running Girl (Children's Category), Simon Mason.
Award-winning crime writer Mari Hannah and independent bookseller Helen Stanton: a symbiotic relationship, a formidable team.