04 August 2022
Avid readers will be spoilt for choice when an incredibly popular event returns next month.
20 April 2022
A much-loved author will be giving fans a chance to hear all about her work soon.
16 March 2022
Arguably one of the best childrens’ books ever written is coming to life this Easter.
11 March 2022
Could you tell the tale behind an image which captures the imagination?
02 March 2022
Book worms will be spoilt for choice when a popular literary festival returns next month.
02 December 2021
We have five copies of Daisy Chapman’s ‘Mary and the Duke’ to give away in a competition.
20 October 2021
He will be meeting readers twice this month.
14 October 2021
Editor Jeremy Ransome reviews the latest book in the Drabble & Harris series.
14 September 2021
A Civic Society is publishing its latest local history, with a launch planned to coincide with its Heritage Open Days event on Saturday.
03 August 2021
Spalding Today editor Jeremy Ransome has reviewed a dark, gripping novel by Anna Kent.
08 July 2021
Avid readers will be full of joy when a new festival takes place later this year.
09 June 2021
We've reviewed debut novel by thriller author Ido Graf – and we also have 10 copies to give away in a competition.
25 May 2021
Jeremy Ransome reviews 'The Collation Unit' and discovers an unlikely hero.
13 May 2021
We have four copies of spy novel to give away in competition.
11 May 2021
Jeremy Ransome reviews a crime thriller that's up for a prestigious award.
14 April 2021
We review Swineshead author Luke Settle's gripping first short books.
14 April 2021
Karl Gernert reviews the first book by Pinchbeck man Alan Figg.
08 April 2021
Editor Jeremy Ransome reviews the debut novel of Faber Academy graduate Kate High, of Boston.
06 November 2020
Spalding-born novelist Linda Bennett talks about her new venture and writing competition.
27 October 2020
Frances is a healer - so what will happen when the intolerant new King arrives, who has already put women to death for witchcraft?