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Season’s Greetings from Little, Brown Book Group

In lieu of printed cards we are making a generous donation to BTBS. Card inspired by Calm Christmas and a Happy New Year by Beth Kempton.

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Commuting Playlist: Tunes to Ride the Bus To

As we head into the season of gloomy morning bus rides and dark, cold evening commutes, we at Little, Brown thought we’d do a public service announcement and share our favourite commuting songs. Drown out your fellow commuters while you read the brand new memoir from Sandi Toksvig, Between the Stops, a perfect read for […]

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Alight here for brilliant books

  What springs to mind when you think about the tube? Sweating profusely no matter what time of year it is? Being crushed into a stranger’s armpit at rush hour on a Monday morning? Waiting expectantly for the the District line for six whole minutes, even though the arrival board promised it would be there […]

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This Month’s Audio Picks for Non-Fiction November

  To celebrate non-fiction November here’s a very small selection of some of the many brilliant non-fiction authors we publish here at Little, Brown. From true crime to cleaning to memoir, there’s always something for everyone.   Between the Stops by Sandi Toksvig, read by the author   This long-awaited memoir from one of Britain’s […]

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Dialogue Books: Irenosen Okojie Q&A

This month we welcome Irenosen Okojie to the Dialogue Books blog to chat about her brand new novel, Nudibranch. Okojie is a Nigerian British writer. Her debut novel, Butterfly Fish, won a Betty Trask award and was shortlisted for an Edinburgh International First Book Award. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, […]

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An extract from Wrapped Up in You by Carole Matthews

    Christmas is coming! Why not get into the festive spirit with the first chapter from Carole Matthews’ Christmas classic, Wrapped Up In You.   Chapter One   Mrs Norman comes in to see me at Cutting Edge at ten o’clock every Friday morning without fail. She likes to look nice for the weekend […]

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Ten Books to Cosy Up With

  It’s that time of year again. There’s condensation on your single-glazed windows, your nose runs uncontrollably every time you leave the house, the woollies are back in rotation, spiced hot beverages are back on the high street and even the dog gives you a look of disdain if you leave the back door open […]

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World Vegan Day recipe

To celebrate World Vegan Day, we’re sharing a delicious recipe for stew and dumplings from Feed Me Vegan For All Occasions by Lucy Watson. This recipe is the perfect vegan winter warmer to try this weekend – enjoy!   SERVES 4–6 | ABOUT 6 HRS 200g dried white beans 1 tbsp olive oil 2 onions, […]

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Love horror films? These books are for you

The turn of leaves may mean pumpkin spice and all things nice to some of us but to others it means time to get spooky! Little, Brown’s resident horror lover and Senior Marketing Manager, Aimee, is diving into the fright vault to pair some of the best (in her humble opinion) horror films with a […]

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Dialogue Books: Okechukwu Nzelu Q&A

This month we welcome debut author Okechukwu Nzelu to the Dialogue Books hot seat to chat about his brand new novel, The Private Joys of Nnenna Maloney. Okechukwu is a writer and teacher. He was born in Manchester in 1988, read English at Girton College, Cambridge and completed the Teach First programme. His work has […]

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Ten Titles You Didn’t Know Little, Brown Published

Little, Brown Book Group has been publishing an extraordinary range of titles since it was established in 1837 – did you know, L,BBG are the original publisher of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and The Crow Road by Iain Banks? Here are ten must-read books from the Little, Brown Book Group archive:           […]

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An Orchestra of Minorities: Extract #6

An Orchestra of Minorities, the second novel from twice Booker-shortlisted author Chigozie Obioma, tells the story of a poultry farmer in love, and is narrated by the farmer’s guardian spirit or chi.   On that day, he was sitting on the floor in his kitchen, watching the brown chickens, all roosters, grazing alongside the brown […]

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