Literary

“Gilda Trillim” announced as a finalist in the 2017 Whitney Awards

Feb 20th, 2018 | By

Roundfire Books are delighted to announce that Gilda Trillim – Shepherdess of Rats by Steven L. Peck has been selected as a finalist in the 2017 Whitney Awards in the General Fiction category. The winners will be announced in May 2018 and we wish all the finalist well. Steven L. Peck’s intriguing, literary narrative follows

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What do you do when a stranger stares out of the mirror at you?

Sep 28th, 2017 | By

A thriller that takes the reader inside a fundamentalist Muslim family, A Glance at My Other by Bruce Randal Wilkerson also depicts a young man’s experience of being a woman in 21st century society and explores his reactions to being a woman in an intolerant society. Roundfire Books is proud to publish this title on 29

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And now for something a little different … introducing Gilda Trillim

Aug 2nd, 2017 | By

We love to discover something unusual, to give a voice to a different sort of story at Roundfire. One that will surprise, intrigue, and perhaps challenge you; Gilda Trillim: Shepherdess of Rats by Steven L. Peck delivers all that and more. A woman struggles to discern the meaning of life when she is taken as POW in

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A unique fall out of love story for the 21st Century

Jun 29th, 2017 | By

Beat The Rain is a gripping and twisting tale set in the cracks of the grimy everyday… Can Louise move on from the loss of her lover Tom? Can she and Tom’s twin brother Adam really find a way to love one another? Or are they trapped on a path of self-destruction, moving towards a

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Extract: Malaren by N.E. David

Dec 1st, 2016 | By

A moving and absorbing story of a man coming to terms with his grief. Pamela Hartshorne, author of Time’s Echo and House of Shadows   Malaren: A Swedish Affair N.E. David Extract I was not in the habit of attending funerals – trust me, it’s not something you’d want to make into a hobby. I

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Q&A With Visitor Author Christopher Chase Walker

Nov 25th, 2016 | By

To celebrate the launch of The Visitor today, here’s an interesting Q&A with its Brighton-based author, Christopher Chase Walker. Who are you and what do you do? Christopher Walker was born in Maryland in 1969, on the same day Apollo 12 returned from the moon. He grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and earned a BA

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A guest post by author Nigel Cooper

Nov 5th, 2016 | By

Author Nigel Cooper gives us an exclusive extract of his second novel, along with some hard-hitting advice for would-be writers. Despite wanting to write novels since I was a child and doing an MA in Creative Writing 16 years ago, it took me until I turned 40 to write my debut novel Beat The Rain.

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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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The Rupturing State of America

Oct 10th, 2016 | By

First appeared in opednews.com on Oct. 29, 2011 By Dan P. Greaney, author of The Worst Generation, published by Roundfire September 2016 Our forebears recognized that capable political institutions are necessary to secure the benefits of living in a society.   As we follow in the American tradition, seeking to sustain a democratic government, we must

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From Wonderland to Paradise

Aug 2nd, 2016 | By

“My very earliest fictional influence was Alice, the most grown-up child in English literature, engaging in worldly Socratic disputation amid the variously hostile milieus down the rabbit-hole and through the looking-glass.” Author Stuart Walton tells us about his early influences, his latest book and the perils of writing in bed. The First Day in Paradise

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