Date Posted: 2nd December 2016
“Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house / not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse”. I remember rushing to bed on Christmas Eve, not just to await the arrival of a certain red suited man, but also to experience the moment when my mum would pull out our much loved illustrated copy of the poem and would begin with those magical words.
Date Posted: 1st December 2016
“Bah Humbug,” two words from Charles Dickens’ classic 1843 Christmas story from the Christmas Books, which are synonymous with someone lacking in Christmas spirit and yet, on this, the first day of December we turn to it once again as a Christmas favourite to help us find the Christmas spirit.
Date Posted: 30th November 2016
2016 has been an excellent year for the psychological thriller market. So to, has it been for the unreliable and yet strangely familiar, even relatable female protagonist. Maggie James’ His Kidnapper’s Shoes, is another stellar example of this.
Date Posted: 25th November 2016
As a South West literature agency, we love reading books that draw upon the region’s rich cultural history and Penhaligon’s Attic, the first novel in the new ‘Penhaligon Saga’ by West Country Hybrid author Terri Nixon certainly delivers on that point.
Date Posted: 15th November 2016
Literature Works caught up with Cassandra Parkin, author of the recently published (and Lit Works reviewed) Lily’s House to discuss the importance of the South West in her writing, how ‘magic’ and reality can blend in fiction and her number one tip for new writers…
Date Posted: 8th November 2016
At the heart of this novel is the romantic notion of a young lady, beginning her journey in London society, seeking love and life in the City, but there are so many undercurrents here which make it such a thought provoking historical novel from Liz Trenow.
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