We interviewed Greg James and Chris Smith to ask them all about Kid Normal, which is in the running for the British Book Awards Audiobook of the Year category!
The Lost Village is the haunting and spooky new thriller written by Neil Spring, set in the uninhabited village of Imber, in Wiltshire. Inspired by real historical events!
Introducing the first audiobook in a laugh-out-loud funny adventure series for young listeners from popular radio personalities Greg James and Chris Smith.
Hundreds of titles are now available in MP3 Download format. For the first time you are able to download our bestselling audiobooks straight to your computer.
Hot off the press right now! Based on ‘unprecedented’ access to the White House...
The Official Dyslexic Readers' Large Print Edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay.
Today marks the release of the audiobook of the second title in the Battle of the Beetles series, Beetle Queen!
The longlist was whittled down to six books which includes one previous winner and one debut novelist.
The longlist for the 2017 Baileys Women’s Prize For Fiction has been announced.
W. F. Howes Ltd, the UK’s leading publisher of audiobooks and a subsidiary of Recorded Books Inc., today announced the appointment of Miles Stevens-Hoare as General Manager.
LISTEN TO SUSPENSE: Bestseller Kate Hamer returns with The Doll Funeral, the glittering new novel from the author of The Girl in the Red Coat.
Maz Evans talks about her debut novel Who Let The Gods Out?
LISTEN TO COURAGE: The Angels of Lovely lane is the heart-warming first novel in a brand new saga series from Nadine Dorries. Following the lives of five very different girls arriving at the nurses' home in Lovely Lane, Liverpool in 1953.
W. F. Howes Ltd, the UK’s leading publisher of Audiobooks, today announces the publication of an audio-exclusive short story to celebrate the release of Kate Hamer’s highly anticipated second novel The Doll Funeral, which follows her top ten bestseller The Girl in the Red Coat.
The Shadow Sister is the third book in the Seven Sisters saga, written by master storyteller Lucinda Riley and captivatingly narrated by Jessica Preddy. For a limited time only, order your copies today and receive 40% off.
Irish writer Sebastian Barry has won the Costa Novel Award for a second time with Days Without End.
Discover the six titles we feel are perfect for audiobook lovers this Christmas.
Number one bestseller Val McDermid is back with Out of Bounds, her most chilling novel yet!
A number of our audiobook titles have been shortlisted for this year’s Man Booker Prize.
Author Harry Parker discusses his new audiobook, Anatomy of a Soldier. Listen to the interview here!
We are very proud to offer The Official Dyslexic Readers' Large Print Edition of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts One & Two. Available to order now!
W. F. Howes Ltd to publish the first ever ‘Dyslexic Readers’ Edition increasing accessibility of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One & Two.
Anatomy of a Soldier is a moving and fiercely dramatic novel about one man's journey of survival and the experiences of those around him in the midst of war.
Listen to international bestselling author Lucinda Riley and her son Harry Whittaker discuss The Olive Tree.
Knights of the Borrowed Dark is the first book in a brand new fantasy trilogy written by Irish author Dave Rudden.
In a brand new interview Zimbabwean writer Petina Gappah talks about her novel The Book of Memory.
Love, Or Nearest Offer is a warm engaging novel about a woman who spends so much time organising the lives of others, she neglects her own. The perfect summer time listen.
Leicester based Audiobook company W.F.Howes Ltd to publish incredible story of LCFC’s rise to the top of the Premiership
The Authors’ Club has announced Benjamin Johncock for The Last Pilot as the winner of its Best First Novel Award 2016.
Jorn Lier Horst has won the Petrona Award for the best Scandinavian Crime Novel of the Year, for his novel The Caveman.
Julia Rochester’s part mystery, part psychological drama, The House at the Edge of the World is in the running for the £10,000 Desmond Elliott Prize!
Critically acclaimed biographer and author Philip Norman discusses his new audiobook, Paul McCartney: The Biography, exclusive to W.F.Howes. Watch the video in full here.
We are pleased to announce that two of our titles have been shortlisted for the Authors' Club Best First Novel Award...
Iona Grey has won the Goldsboro Books Romantic Novel of the year for her book Letters to the Lost, the Romantic Novelist’s Association’s most prized award.
In the first of two exclusive interviews, Jamie and Leighton discuss the inspiration behind Jamie’s debut novel, The Zoo, as well as the biographical aspects of the novel, recognisable locations, and Jamie’s favourite writers. Take a listen to the full interview.
Film rights to B.A. Paris' bestseller acquired by Stone Village Productions.
International bestselling crime writer Peter James has been awarded the CWA Diamond Dagger.
The Fishermen by Chigozie Obioma and The Year of the Runaways by Sunjeev Sahota were among those included on the long list.
From Monday 25th of January, our new address will be:
St George's House,
Rearsby Business Park,
A Mother's Story By Amanda Prowse has won the Sainsbury's Entertainment on Demand's third eBook of the Year title.
Marlon James has won the 2015 Green Carnation Prize, with his third novel A Brief History of Seven Killings. The Green Carnation Prize is a prize awarded to LGBT writers for any form of the written word, in any genre.
Lynda Stacey's debut novel Keeper of the House has beaten a number of extremely high quality entries to win Choc Lit's Search for a Star competition, in collaboration with Whole Story Audiobooks.
A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James has been named as the winner of the 2015 Man Booker Prize for Fiction.
The winner of this year's Bloody Scotland Crime Book of the Year has been named as The Ghosts of Altona by Craig Russell.
On Tuesday 15th September, the shortlist for the 2015 Man Booker prize was announced.
The Bloody Scotland Crime Book of the Year shortlist has been announced, including three of our own titles.
Henry Marsh has been awarded the PEN Ackerley Prize 2015 for his non-fiction work, Do No Harm.
The Impac Prize 2015 has been awarded to author Jim Crace for his book, Harvest.
The Theakstons Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the Year Award shortlist has been announced, including three of our own titles.
To celebrate the release of The House at the Edge of the World, the thrilling debut by Julia Rochester, we're releasing the short story prequel, Bringing Stan In, to listen to for free!
Today, Tuesday 9th June 2015 it was announced that illustrator and author Chris Riddell is the new children?s laureate for the next two years.
Ali Smith's How To Be Both has won the Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction 2015.
Actor Ciaran Hinds discusses his role in narrating Joseph O'Connor's The Thrill of it All.
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