Last night, in his first ever UK event, Dan Brown
entertained and enthralled his fans in a packed Freemason's Hall in London. We managed to grab him for a couple of minutes to discuss his latest novel, Inferno,
and what he might be writing next... Read more
We took a sneak peak at Neil Gaiman
's new children's book, Fortunately, the Milk...
and got to ask Neil himself how a tale of one Dad's heroic mission to provide milk for his family ended up as something of a beginner's guide to theoretical physics. With dinosaurs... Read more
's latest novel Red Moon
reinvents and reinvigorates the werewolf myth, using it as a means of discussing the climate of fear in modern society. In our exclusive interview he explains why he's always been attracted to genre fiction, and tells us what scares him... Read more
Sam Byers' debut novel Idiopathy is our Waterstones eleven choice for May. In our exclusive interview he tells us a little about the book and why he was pleased to leave his twenties behind... Read more
To celebrate the publication later this week of the twentieth anniversary edition of his Arthur C Clarke Award winning novel Vurt, Jeff Noon talks about how he wrote the book whilst working as one of our booksellers... Read more
To celebrate the publication of Taiye Selasi
's Ghana Must Go
, our Waterstones eleven choice for April, we have an exclusive extract from her short story The Sex Lives of African Girls
... Read more
Taiye Selasi‘s debut novel Ghana Must Go is our Waterstones eleven choice for April. Writing exclusively for Waterstones blog, Taiye tells how she came to be a writer, and in a video interview with us she discusses how the writing of her first novel was like running the 400m... Read more
One of William Shakespeare
's lesser known plays, The Winter's Tale
is as much of a challenge to categorise as it can be to stage. Director Lucy Bailey
talks here about the play and her production for the Royal Shakespeare Company, which is currently on tour... Read more
Journalist Kevin Maher's debut novel The Fields is our Waterstones eleven choice for March. Writing exclusively for Waterstones blog, Kevin tells how he came to write the novel, and in a video interview with us he discusses how his knowledge of the world of film has fed his fiction...
, Lead Bookseller at our Covent Garden bookshop, spoke to Lauren St John
about our Children's Book of the Month The One Dollar Horse...
Today sees the publication of another of our Waterstones Eleven début novels, The Universe Versus Alex Woods...
's novel Y
is one of our Waterstones Eleven selection of the best literary débuts this year, as we announced on Monday
Here, she gives us a glimpse of her feelings having finally completed her book, whilst her editor Sarah Savitt
tells us how the book has stayed with her long after her work on it was completed. And we've also got an exclusive video interview with Marjorie...