Fans of George Michael are likely to be thrilled at the news of the release of a brand new George Michael biography coming in November. The ‘powerful’ biography by author Sean Smith will be published by HarperCollins and will be out 16th November 2017, almost a year since the singer’s tragic death.
‘George’ is being pitched as the story of two extraordinary lives, the private man and the public persona. Given the stories that have been told about the singer since his death, it’s likely to be fascinating.
The book will cover everything from his first release on the music scene with ‘Young Guns’ on Top of the Pops, through to Wham! his solo career and the 100 million records he sold in his lifetime. When not producing smash hits, it’s known that George Michael gave millions to worthy causes and touched the lives of many through the years.
Now her time in The White House is to be documented in a book of photographs, many of them never seen before. Chasing Light: Michelle Obama Through the Lens of a White House Photographer, by Amanda Lucidon will be published in October and is already hotly tipped to be a Christmas bestseller.
The extract reveal was hosted on dead good books and we’ve borrowed it to publish below for you. The excerpt includes the prologue and a peek at chapter 1, picking up the story from the previous books. Read More
Fans were already treated to the publications of Highballs for Breakfast (US – UK) late last year, a collection of passages dedicated to drinking taken from the best of Wodehouse. It was an instant bestseller last Christmas and did very well in the literary gift market. Read More
Whilst it’s a treat for more mature audiences, Die Hard certainly isn’t suitable for kids, until now! This Christmas, you can tuck your little ones into bed and send them off to the land of nod with this children book that teaches young one the story of the no nonsense cop John McClane.