Historical

Coming Soon – July 2017

Apr 24th, 2017 | By

Nara is a young Philistine woman who has given up hope of ever finding a husband. No man will take a wife who towers head and shoulders above him. She lives in isolation with her father, until she is discovered by the Philistine priests. They betroth her to Goliath, to give him warrior sons. What

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Riding Hearts

Jan 10th, 2017 | By
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  Riding Hearts by Thomas Moffatt This is a tale of romance, betrayal and revenge that will keep you hooked to the very last page. Riding Hearts is an historical romance set in the fictional rotten borough of Upperbridge, Lincolnshire during the late 18th century. It tells the tale of forbidden romance between a riding

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The Little Waggons

Dec 21st, 2016 | By

by Crozier Green Cosa Nostra’s Sicilian birth was an epic struggle between penury and privilege, born of a centuries-old conflict between a peasant underclass and a ruling elite. This noble cause was forever doomed by descent into corruption and violence. Against this background, The Little Wagons charts the rise of a seminal mafia dynasty, during Sicily’s

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Top Hat Books

Nov 19th, 2016 | By
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This week we’re taking a closer look at our historical fiction imprint, Top Hat Books. Whether it’s a story of rebellion, loyalty and love in Ireland in the early 20th century, or an alternative version of the epic tale of Beowulf, Top Hat’s novels all have one thing in common: a compelling story that keeps

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Publication Day: Dangerous Pilgrims

Oct 28th, 2016 | By

by Lawrence Swaim Extract: So I began to write the occasional Guatemala story. The bureau chief was a fallen Mormon who was extraordinarily sensitive to any story that questioned or focused on American support of the dictatorships then flourishing in Latin America. These kinds of stories he labeled “advocacy journalism;” as far as I could

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October/November eBook Promotion

Oct 25th, 2016 | By

From 15th October – 15th November eBook Promotion at $£0.99 (subject to tax by different retailer sites. This promotion should be available from all participating ebook platform sellers, which include Google, Amazon, Apple, Overdrive (for Waterstones) and Barnes and Noble.   “Does for London what ‘Pure’ did for Paris.” Jane Myles, author   Messiah – Love, music

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An interview with Elizabeth Hopkinson

Jun 16th, 2016 | By
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“A great character is someone you don’t think of as a character. They’re a real person. You want to knife them or marry them … draw them and write songs about them … they’re nuanced and complex, with lives outside the plot of the story.” This week we’re chatting to Elizabeth Hopkinson, the prize-winning author

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An interview with Joe Kilgore

Jun 4th, 2016 | By
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The author talks about his latest book – A Farmhouse in the Rain, and shares his top tips for writing fiction.   Tell us a little about yourself. For the majority of my adult life I worked in advertising: writing and producing television and radio commercials, newspaper and magazine ads and more. I was lucky enough to

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Andrez Bergen for 0.99? Small Change at that!

Dec 3rd, 2015 | By

To Celebrate the publication of Andrez’s new book, Small Change. 0.99 e-book promotion on his backlist titles. Melbourne-born Andrez Bergen is an expatriate Australian author, journalist, DJ, photographer and musician, based in Tokyo, Japan, over the past eleven years. Aside from specializing in Japanese culture, anime, movies, and electronic music’s various tangents, Bergen has written

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New for September: Grendel’s Mother

Sep 11th, 2015 | By
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An amber bead. A gold and glass drinking horn. A ring engraved with Thor’s hammer – all artifacts from a Germanic tribe that carved a space for itself through brutality and violence on a windswept land. Brimhild weaves peace and conveys culture to the kingdom, until the secret of her birth threatens to tear apart

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