New eBooks Blog from Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand

Thursday, October 22nd 2015

Introducing the new eBooks Blog from Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand

· Famous names such as Santa Montefiore and Victoria Hislop among contributors

· Blog brings booklovers closer to their favourite authors with exclusive video interviews, a book club, articles, extracts and reviews


If you love books, want to learn more about your favourite authors and what inspires them, or get special tips on what to read next, then you are in for a treat. Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand has recently launched its new eBooks Blog – an online home for bookworms.

With articles by esteemed authors and editors, interviews, extracts, reviews and a regular Book Club, the Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand eBooks Blog is a refreshing new online community for book lovers like no other.

Up today on the blog is a piece by Val MacDermid on the republication of her breakthrough novel, The Mermaids Singing. Readers will also revel in an exclusive piece by the late Jackie Collins on Hollywood manners, a video interview with Sophie Kinsella on Shopaholic to the Rescue, an article by Megan Lindholm’s editor, which lifts the lid on how she acquired the pen name Robin Hobb, and an excerpt of Dawn French’s new book According to Yes.

Brimming with exciting, exclusive content from across the book world, the new blog covers all genres and offers readers something new, no matter what their taste.

The blog is edited and curated by Jonathan Pritchard-Barrett, Editorial Content Manager at Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand. He commented: “I’m really pleased to be editing the Sainsbury’s Entertainment blog. So far the blog has included a host of enjoyable articles that I’m really proud of. I am looking forward to using my passion for books and entertainment to continue to create a blog that adds to readers’ enjoyment of their current read and gives tasty tips for things to explore in the future.”

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