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EXCLUSIVELY for Olive Press readers, author Sabina Ostrowska is offering a free download of her book The Crinkle Crankle Wall: Our First Year in...
Moller’s book charts the way scientific discoveries were brought into Europe by Arabic writers.
Revealing new book chronicles the founding of the Olive Press, ‘Spain’s most popular expat newspaper’
"A publisher wanted to cut out all the juicy bits so I said no and put it in a draw and only discovered it again recently."
When I first moved here I had an impression in my mind of how it was going to be
As well as current affairs, readers will be treated to ‘the unknown side of the President’, who acts as the book’s narrator
In the third part of our exclusive serialisation, Fiona Dunlop shares two tasty fish recipes from her book Andaluz – a Food Journey through Southern Spain, available on amazon.es at the end of November
In the second part of our new book review section, Alicia Duggan immerses herself in the long-awaited final instalment of the Zafon quartet that began with The Shadow of the Wind
Franco banned it, Hitler burnt it and Gandhi loved it. How a loveable Spanish toro in a children’s book has raised hackles all over the world
Soldiers made books from bandages in Catalunya’s Montserrat monastery in 1938
Sotogrande-based Calum McGregor, who said the sport helped him battle his ‘demons’, has released Touching Distance From Africa
Song of Granada, by Anne Sikking, has been banned from all three of the Alhambra’s bookshops as well as the state-run hotel, The Parador
During the Great War, Britain’s ambassador to Spain got caught out by a female spy, who was the sister of the man who later inspired dictator Franco
Countries such as Chile are becoming a new source of revenue for publishers
Famous authors, including Madhur Jaffrey and Ken Hom, are lined up for Gibraltar Literary Festival
The book charts how a Danish couple created Vejer's most exciting restaurant, Patria
Briton set to tour schools with book Dreamstones in bid to get kids interested
IN 2004 British expat Victoria Twead convinced her ‘long-suffering husband’, Joe to relocate from England to a tiny mountain village in Almeria. She then went on to write Chickens, Mules and Two Old Fools, the first in a trilogy of books based on her experience which has now spent four months on the UK Amazon Top 100 bestsellers list. Here the Olive Press begins a series of extracts from the popular book …
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