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States of Change: at the tip of the spear of American fiction.

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'Since, according to me, your life is going to be a gradual process of becoming kinder and more loving: Hurry up. Speed it along. Start right now. There’s a confusion in each of us, a sickness, really: selfishness. But there’s also a cure.'

George Saunders frames his viral lecture hit, 'Congratulations, by the way' | Waterstones

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01/20/2017 at 17:32. Facebook
Change has swept across America and it seems fitting that we have five new American novels for your bookshelf, each looking at the contemporary American experience in an entirely different way.

The States of Change: New American Writing | Waterstones

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01/20/2017 at 09:39. Facebook
As our friends across the water prepare today to embrace – or rally against – potentially great change, we have the sandbox of great fiction to look at any number of alternative futures...

A Fork in the Road | Waterstones

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01/19/2017 at 09:54. Facebook
Sophia Tobin, author of The Silversmith's Wife and new novel The Vanishing, considers the enigma that was Branwell Brontë, the oft-overlooked brother who only surfaces as a shadow in his sisters’ work.

The Missing Brontë | Waterstones

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01/18/2017 at 13:06. Facebook
Leap In author Alexandra Heminsley shares with us her top-ten swimming-based books and shows us how the sport 'gets all the best literature'.

Leap In: Alexandra Heminsley's Top Ten Swimming-based Books | Waterstones

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01/18/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
Word of George Saunders’s shift to the novel has provoked a rare flurry of anticipation, and the result has had everyone (from Zadie Smith to Thomas Pynchon) referring to Lincoln in the Bardo as a slice of pure genius. Here, as a Waterstones exclusive, George Saunders frames for us his viral lecture hit, 'Congratulations, by the way'.

A Waterstones exclusive: George Saunders frames his viral lecture hit, Congratulations, by the way | Waterstones

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01/17/2017 at 13:17. Facebook
An exciting event for your calendar: Booker prize-winning author Julian Barnes will join writer and journalist Rachel Cooke to discuss The Noise of Time at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road on 1 February. Find tickets and further details here:

An Evening with Julian Barnes | Events at Waterstones Bookshops | Waterstones

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01/17/2017 at 10:26. Facebook
A Wild Swans for a new generation, Once Upon a Time in the East takes writer Xiaolu Guo from a run-down shack to film school in a rapidly changing Beijing, navigating the everyday peculiarity of modern China: censorship, underground art and Western boyfriends.

Once Upon A Time in the East by Xiaolu Guo | Waterstones

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01/16/2017 at 19:34. Facebook
Helen Russell discussing her new book Leap Year, live from Waterstones Piccadilly (Part 2).
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01/16/2017 at 18:38. Facebook
Helen Russell discussing her new book Leap Year, live from Waterstones Piccadilly.
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01/16/2017 at 17:28. Facebook
We're delighted to be hosting a series of events with author Peter May to mark the publication of his new novel Cast Iron, the sixth and final part of the Enzo series. Details and tickets here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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01/16/2017 at 11:33. Facebook
Helen Russell suffers from chronic indecision and a fear of change. After a year of exploring how to conquer this, she's written Leap Year – a book on how to make big decisions and change your life for good. She'll be talking about her book tonight at Waterstones Piccadilly but, fear not, if you can’t attend – the event will be streamed live to our Facebook page from 6.30PM! Details: [ Bit.ly...
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01/16/2017 at 10:36. Facebook
If you're in need of a new domestic thriller to get your teeth into, Melanie Raabe's The Trap is a true page-turner with a killer of an ending...

The Trap by Melanie Raabe | Waterstones

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01/15/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
A book about stories and myths, about courage and loss and the fear of loss, A Monster Calls is storytelling at its richest, most essential and best. Read the novel that inspire the critically acclaimed film.

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness | Waterstones

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'Sirens is a powerhouse of noir. Joseph Knox owns Manchester and paints it in all its grimy colours.' - Val McDermid

Sirens by Joseph Knox | Waterstones

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The winners of two of the most prestigious children's fiction prizes, Brian Conaghan (winner of the 2016 Costa Children's Book Award) and Sarah Crossan (winner of the 2016 CILIP Carnegie Medal), have joined forces to create an ambitious young adult novel, We Come Apart. Have a read of our exclusive extract...

Extract: We Come Apart | Waterstones Blog

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Winner of the Costa Biography Award, Keggie Carew's Dadland is now out in paperback. Beautiful, poignant and irrepressible, this is a memoir about love, loss, uncovered history and the layers of memory that make up a life.

Dadland by Keggie Carew | Waterstones

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Helen Russell suffers from chronic indecision and a fear of change. After a year of exploring how to conquer this, she's written Leap Year – a book on how to make big decisions and change your life for good. She'll be talking about her book on 16th January at Waterstones Piccadilly but, fear not, if you can’t attend – the event will be streamed live to our Facebook page on the night from...
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Joseph Knox discusses the creation of his debut thriller Sirens, an out-of-the-darkness, nocturnal descent into the hardened criminal landscape of Manchester.

“I was everything a young person should be. Furious. Drunk. In love.” - Joseph Knox | Waterstones

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