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Publicity Bulletin 6th July 2015

Monday, 6 July 2015 15:57:43 Europe/London

This week's publicity includes:

Ferrante Fever continues as The Sunday Times select My Brilliant Friend as one of their Top Choices for Best Reads on the Beach
Saatchi's Dead dazzles magazines
Ventoux kicks up a storm as cycling season comes in
Kim Gordon picks I'm With the Band as her favourite book about music in The Guardian 

Have a read of the full bulletin here.

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0 Comments | Posted in Reviews & Events by Sarah Wray

Turnaround Monthly Newsletter July 2015

Friday, 3 July 2015 15:43:07 Europe/London

July's book of the month is the excellent Francis Plug from Galley Beggar Press, and the graphic novel of the month is The Complete Chi's Sweet Home (featuring everyone's favourite cat). Plus: read our latest blog on Ferrante (#FerranteFever), check out June's bestsellers, and see what we'll be giving away during the Tour de France. Full newsletter here...

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0 Comments | Posted in Reviews & Events by Jenn Thompson

Chain Reaction

Monday, 21 July 2014 15:37:59 Europe/London

For the last few years, I’ve felt a curious compulsion to watch the Tour de France, having previously shown no interest in it at all. Ever. Maybe it’s the comparative lack of football that’s on (this summer being a glorious exception). Maybe it’s the fact that I can’t quite afford to go on holiday to France for four weeks at a time. Or possibly it’s to do with the sheer brilliance, oddness, tradition and spirit evoked by approximately 200 lycra-clad blokes cycling approximately 2500km, the majority of which seems to be uphill in the rain. It is thrillingly bonkers.

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0 Comments | Posted in Blog by Tom Clayton
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