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“A remarkably moving novel about love, loss, and family that spans three generations and almost 80 decades” – a CUB must-read!
The topics of family and family secrets are explored in great detail in this novel, and it became very tense at times, particularly towards the end of the book as family connections are uncovered. The ending is bittersweet as the truth is unveiled and the novel concludes in an appropriate manner...
Urbane’s Publishing Director, Matthew Smith, interviewed by Saint Mark’s Florence ahead of his lecture in May on all things publishing!
In the coming weeks, we will be interviewing the panel from this year’s Publishing Day on 11th May 2019: Urbane Publications Director Matthew Smith, Bookouture associate Publisher Kathryn Taussig, Literary Agent Katharine Sands, Literary Agent Greg Messina, and Author Victoria Brownlee. Read the full interview here
Reviewer Louise Fligman: "Overall, Time’s Tide is a moving exploration of the relationship between father and son. It considers the passage of time and loss, and how the passing of the years does nothing to quell grief. Set in a picturesque landscape, you will be geographically and emotionally transported. Read the whole review here.
What does it take to get to the top? Katherine Thomas's article for ICAEW Economia following the publication of her book Unleash Your Leader (with Emmanuel Gobillot) is a good place to start. Think: Boundless Perspective; Vertical Agility; Steadfast Impact. Read the article to whet your leadership appetite, then get...
What’s your most favourite thing about being an author? I love being an author. I can create a place, populated by characters and wonderful locations. It’s like creating my own world where I control the actions of my people, their dreams and ambitions. I give them dilemmas, emotions and difficulties...
Elegantly written, Time’s Tide is a powerful evocation of family, belonging and of place. It’s a story that will echo across rural communities around the world. The Icelandic experience depicted is not unlike that of the decline of the crofting community in Scotland. Read on.
The Church Times waxes lyrical about The Huntingfield Paintress by Pamela Holmes whose story was inspired by the painted ceiling by Mildred Holland in St Mary’s, Huntingfield, in Suffolk.
Brilliant review in the Sun on Friday 15th March for A Letter From Sarah, Dan Proops' novel which launched a few days ago to great acclaim! We're thrilled.
Jonathan Whitelaw and Wayne Clark of Anchor Radio chat about juggling roles, digital journalism and Jonathan's interest in the Devil's holiday habit! All is revealed here