"The clash of culture, particularly the bumbling detective work of Gregory and then Samantha in India, reveal how little they understand to the environment they find themselves in. Newman’s story highlights widespread abuse and discrimination in Indian society and Western ignorance of it. So there’s plenty to think about here.
Barbara did a vast amount of research for the novel. This included “absolutely invaluable” interviews with older Spaniards about everyday life during the dictatorship and their family’s experiences before, during and after the war, many of which she said reduced her to tears. Read more here.
We're thrilled to announce that we've acquired world rights to Notes From A Factory Floor: How I got from there to here directly from Geoff Thompson, to be published in April. The new book follows on from Geoff's previous autobiography Watch My Back (Summersdale), and will provide fascinating and inspiring insights...
"A Scots writer's new book has a devilish slant to it... read more here.
David Stuart Davies' "Oliver is given a commanding empathy which sits well with Jack’s devil-may-care attitude, and tells the reader that this is a ripping yarn for enjoyment and not a comment on history," according to Yorkshire's ON Magazine. Read on
What can we do to bring alive a brand in language? John Simmons tells all here
Author and journalist Clare Johnston shares the surprising inspiration behind her new novel From the Outside - a story of regret and redemption told from beyond the grave. Listen to more here
Jonathan Whitelaw raises hell (and grows a moustache) to raise money for Movember Foundation Fund to help change the face of men's health. I wonder which moustache he'll choose from the menu! Please donate here