We are absolutely delighted to announce that Grannifer’s Legacy by Trish Vickers is now available in paperback and eBook.
As this has been such a special book for us to be involved with, we’ve decided that if you buy the paperback, you can have a download link to the eBook free of charge, so you can enjoy reading it on your electronic devices too.
We’ll be proudly announcing the winners in the short story and poetry categories of the prestigious Magic Oxygen Literary Prize (fondly known as MOLP), meeting some of the winners and shortlisters and hearing excerpts from a selection of the best entries.
This event will also be live streamed around the world on YouTube – we had entrants from 34 countries and cannot guarantee the winners are even in England!
Elizabeth is a teacher and writer with an Honours degree in Psychology from Edinburgh University with countless years of experience living ‘off the grid’. Her new book unlocks the secrets of how to manage the complexities of a modern world to create a future with less energy use, and a better quality of life.
On Saturday 14th February we’ll be launching 8 brand new titles from some very well respected and talented new authors too.
The launch pad for our fabulous new reads will be The Hub on Church Street in Lyme Regis (just up from the Marine Theatre) and will take place between 11am and 1pm – if it’s super-busy, we’ll extend that through to 2pm.
The authors (see below) will all be there and be delighted to chat to you about one of their favourite topics, creative writing!
They’ll also be available to sign copies of their new books too – these titles are so hot off the press, they aren’t even in the bookshops yet!
Gordon Strong is probably sitting on a hand-carved, dark wooden throne with plumptious purple velvet upholstery held in with burnished copper tacks.
He’s tapping the arms of his magnificent chair with both sets of fingers…very slowly…and he’s wearing a gentle wry smile, the corners of his mouth raised a mere fragment, indicating mild but sure contentment.
His first novel, Song of the Sea God, was short listed for the Daily Telegraph Novel in a Year prize and won the eFestival of Words award for Best Literary Fiction. As a short story, it also won the prestigious Bridport Prize.
Rob works at one of the country’s leading residential centres for the treatment of addiction and since 2006, he has written a number of prize winning short plays.
As creative director with his company, Facing Tides Theatre, he wrote a linked trilogy of powerful dramas that focused on various types of addiction, with alcoholism running through them all. Off Her Facebook! kicked off the incredible trilogy.
They have been staged in theatres and educational establishments, along with post-performance outreach workshops.