Congratulations to Phil Vickery, whose newest cookbook has shot into the top 50 on Amazon, currently at #4 bestselling title in diets and healthy eating!
“Queen of the contemporary Cornish novel”, Liz Fenwick’s gorgeous new book THE PATH TO THE SEA, is published today! Boskenna, the beautiful, imposing house standing on the Cornish cliffs, means something different to each of the Trewin women. For Joan,
Congratulations to Tom Marcus, whose newest book I SPY, published last Thursday, has shot into the Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller list with only a partial week of sales! I SPY offers a unique insight into the world of MI5
Catch a sneak peak of Tom Marcus’s explosive new memoir of his time serving as an MI5 operative, I SPY, in this week’s Daily Mail. The extract can be found here.
Congratulations to Rebecca Cobb and author Nicola Davies, whose picture book THE DAY WAR CAME has been chosen as The 2019 Comstock Honor Book in this year’s Comstock-Gág Read Aloud Book Awards. Based in Minnesota, and involving over 22,000 children, the awards
Congratulations to Lucy Strange, Lucy Mangan and Lauren Ace whose books have all been shortlisted for the IBW Book Awards! Lucy Strange’s OUR CASTLE BY THE SEA is nominated in the Children’s Book category; Lucy Mangan is nominated in the
Congratulations to Karen Swan, whose latest novel, THE SPANISH PROMISE has debuted in Canada at #5 on the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star bestseller lists this weekend!
Congratulations to Mark Griffin, whose debut novel When Darkness Calls has been longlisted for the CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger Award! This award is for the best crime novel by a first-time author of any nationality first published in the UK in
Congratulations to Tamsin Winter, who has been voted the winner of the Awesome Award by school children in the South East, for her debut middle-grade novel, BEING MISS NOBODY. Well done Tamsin!
The Daily Mail describes Mark Griffin’s debut novel, WHEN DARKNESS CALLS, as ‘mightily impressive’, ‘deviously plotted, [with] intriguing twists’, in their review of the book, which can be found here. A fantastic review that’s rightly deserved by the debut that also was