Celebrating BHM month Tasnim Chowdhury gives you a list of her favourite books Why I’m No Longer Talking to White
Nostalgic for the innocence of a pre-coronavirus world, MM have compiled a list of books and podcasts that contain no mention of disease or contagion, and that might provide a welcome moment of distraction from the panic unfolding around us.
The sporting spin-off from the world of Harry Potter is already played by hundreds of people around the country who will this weekend come together to fight for the top spot.
‘My Story’ – which will be released on World Mental Health Day on Monday, October 10 – tells the stories of patients and services from Greater Manchester West NHS Foundation Trust.
Legendary Manchester musician Peter Hook is set to appear at Salford Lads’ Club on Saturday October 15 to promote his new book.
‘I’m still figuring it out’: Second memoir and debut novel helping Naomi Jacobs come to terms with trauma
In the final instalment of our trilogy of stories chronicling the amazing life of Naomi Jacobs, she tells us her plans for the future, and the possibility of a move to fiction writing.
‘There’s a funny side to losing your memory!’: Naomi Jacobs says Steve Coogan interest takes story to ‘next level’
Last week, we brought you the first of our three part interview with Naomi Jacobs, whose memoir telling the tale of her amnesia was published by Macmillan. This week, she tells us more about the impending film version of her story.
‘I feel blessed that I survived’: Meet the woman whose tragic tale of amnesia and abuse is set for Hollywood
MM talks to Naomi Jacobs, whose remarkable tale of depression, abuse and amnesia is set to be turned into a film by Steve Coogan
DSI Jeff Barton is set to tangle with Russian secret agents in the Manchester streets, in crime writer David Menon’s newest novel.
A 100-year-old World War One diary has inspired a retired engineer to take up his hobby, writing, as a career.
Books exploring magic, bereavement and landscape are among the fiction and nonfiction shortlisted for a £10,000 writing prize dubbed the ‘Booker of the North’.