Acquiring The Iconic Memoir: The Grace of a Nightingale

The first thing we noticed when we acquired The Grace of A Nightingale by Mary Anne Willow was her flawless writing. It impressed us, and we enjoyed reading through her submission. The author uses free-flowing prose, and it was easy to get absorbed into the story. As an independent publisher, we have come across quite a…

Pictures Of Anna: A Story Of Unfulfilled Love

  Pictures of Anna is a story of people caught up in the tide of world-defining events, fighting for love, peace, and ultimately their human rights. The predicament of those who sought a safe harbour in World War II, and ended up once again being the focus of suspicion and hostility, is a subject that…

The Architect: Four Countries, Four Faces

  Marga Jann, an architect whose work has appeared in many art and architecture publications, has written a semi-autobiographical novel titled The Architect: Four Countries, Four Faces. Her writing provides a rare insight into the mind of an erudite scholar, it revealed her polymath attributes amidst terrifying ordeals as she travels to different parts of the…

Is The Man Booker Prize A Tarnished Trophy?

‘This year’s Man Booker Prize longlist reflects the diverse tastes of the judges, but can the winner restore the shine to this tarnished trophy?’ David Sexton’s screaming headline on 26 July 2018 edition of Evening Standard caught my attention. I am on the fence with his proclamation. The judges had to trawl through 171 submissions, and that must have…