Pakistan, and particularly her mother's home city of Karachi, have long held a fascination for British journalist Samira Shackle. In fact, in 2012 she quit her job at the New Statesman and for a year became a Karachiite. Shackle says: “I had an urge to reconnect with this heritage—this was partly personal, and partly because I was working as journalist and wanted to know more about Pakistan.”
Faber has acquired pioneering teacher and writer Beryl Gilroy's memoir, Black Teacher.
Sales at Simon & Schuster came in at an all time high in 2020 at $901m, ViacomCBS has reported.
Mitchell Beazley has bagged Chetna's 30 Minute Indian, the fifth book from “Bake Off” star Chetna Makan.
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Bonnier Books UK and Konnie Huq have teamed up with the National Literacy Trust to deliver a lockdown eco lesson on the Daily Mail website Mail+, with 8,000 copies of the author's latest book set to be donated to children in Bradford.
Repetition is the mother of learning. Sadly, it is also the genesis of entrenched behaviour and bad habits. On this basis, I for one am keeping hope alive that repetition can be the unlearning of ingrained bad behaviour. Maybe I am just a dreamer.
Back in 2018, an advert for what seemed like the perfect job for book lovers went viral after Sonu Shivdasani, founder of Soneva luxury holiday resorts, and Philip Blackwell, c.e.o. of Ultimate Library—a company that creates bespoke book collections for hotels and private clients—came up with the idea to open a bookshop in the Maldives eco resort of Soneva Fushi.
Writing a killer title for your poetry book can be challenging. The title helps capture the reader’s attention. So, it contributes massively to a poetry book’s success. That’s why many poets spend more time on their titles. Some create a dozen titles for one poetry book to pick the most captivating one.However, a book title is crucial. But it shouldn’t prevent you from writing your first poetry novel. In this post, we have outlined ways you can write killer title ideas. Keep reading to learn more!Are Poetry Book Titles Important?Of course, the answer is yes. Your collection’s title may be...