Elimination’s Publication Day!

The anticipated crime thriller, Elimination, written by the former police officer, Mark Sexton is out today! Packed with action, mystery, and suspense, crime readers are in for a great treat. The novel, partly based on Mark’s experiences while a police officer will ease readers gently to the story’s themes, we see protagonist PC Patrick going…

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…

Alzheimer’s And Loneliness

        Dementia is more prevalent in our society today than we care to admit. What would you do if a member of your family doesn’t recognise you anymore? According to the Alzheimer’s society, there are over 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million…

New Year, New Writer

    Recently on the news, a BBC reporter claimed that full-time writers earn an average of £11,000 per annum. That’s a meagre amount in the expensive world of today. How then are writers supposed to fend for themselves? Pay their bills and still find that special muse that would inspire them to keep writing.…

Story Behind The Afflicted Revisited

We are pleased to publish this heartfelt article from Andy Strutt, our bestselling author, whose début novel, ‘The Afflicted,’ has captured the imaginations of readers worldwide. Andy writes candidly about the story behind his new book. Please enjoy!   My first love in life as a young boy was reading. By the time I was seven years…