On this episode of The Magic Book Club Podcast, Tom chats to writing icon and best selling author Karin Slaughter all the way from the USA about her brand new standalone novel False Witness. The pair talk about not shying away from writing a novel in the covid-era, writing honestly and openly about addiction and the key to making men wear their masks... it might not be quite what you think!
The Magic Book Club Podcast with Jack Guinness
On this episode of The Magic Book Club Podcast, Tom catches up with creator of The Queer Bible Jack Guinness as they talk about celebrating Pride Month, recognising LGBTQ+ icons across the decades and what not to do when you’re talking Elton John on the phone... To see the rest of our picks for summer, head to magic.co.uk, and in the meantime – happy reading!
The Magic Book Club Podcast with Helen Paris and Ruth Jones
On this episode of The Magic Book Club Podcast, Tom catches up with the brilliant mind behind Gavin and Stacey and wonderful novelist Ruth Jones! The pair talk all about the key to creating friendships that last, whether she actually swore her own relationships on a curlywurly wrapper, and of course, how she goes about writing from screen to pages in a book. And from screen to stage, Tom chats to actress, theatre deviser and writer Helen Paris about the magic of site-specific theatre and the things that people really lose on the tube! To see the rest of our picks for summer, head to magic.co.uk, and in the meantime – happy reading!
The Magic Book Club Podcast with Fern Britton and Josie Lloyd
On this episode of The Magic Book Club Podcast, Tom catches up with 9 time author and star of our screens for many years, Fern Britton. Hot off the heels of her new novel Daughters of Cornwall, Fern reveals the family secrets that inspired the book and shares her favourite opening lines to the best novels. And joining us to talk about one of the biggest novels of the month, The Cancer Ladies Running Club, Tom chats to author Josie Lloyd about the taboo that still surrounds the ‘C’ word, and how you can not only survive, but thrive if you find the right group of people to support you. Head to magic.co.uk to see the rest of our April picks, and in the meantime, happy reading!
The Magic Book Club Podcast with Nick Hornby and Pip Williams
On this week's episode of The Magic Book Club Podcast Tom Price catches up with the mind behind Australian word of mouth sensation The Dictionary of Lost Words, Pip Williams. Calling in all the way from down under, the two discuss the fascinating history behind the creation of The Oxford Dictionary, and the words that were lost to us almost 140 years ago... and our very own Emma B chats to writing legend Nick Hornby about Brexit era romance novel (yes, we said all of those words at once) Just Like You.