Paul Fraser Collard's Jack Lark series has seen its hero cross the world, from the American Civil War, the inky deserts of Persia and now, in the series' ninth novel, Fugitive, the vast tablelands of Abyssinia...
The trademark warmth and humour we have come to know and love from Anna Jacobs is all to present in her new paperback, Finding Cassie, which is the second in the Penny Lake series. This is a proper 'curl up' book!
In Australia Simone has been widowed for 4 years and is ready to make a more interesting life. Her friends are driving her mad introducing her to eligible men; her busy daughters are just the opposite, wanting her available for baby-sitting. When she is offered a house swap with a couple in the UK she takes it, not without some trepidation.
In the UK, Russ has just taken possession of his new house and wants only peace and quiet after a few months of rehab following a serious injury. Can these two help one another avoid meddling friends and relatives, and build new lives?
Published in October 2020 by Allison & Busby.
Huge congratulations to Jo Thomas, as the paperback of her new book, Escape to the French Farmhouse stormed into the Top 20 paperback charts, at no.16!
If you're unable to get away on holiday this year, for obvious reasons, then look no further than our getaway queen - Jo will have you standing in the rolling Provence lavender fields within mere pages...
"The book is as detailed as it is fascinating... the sum of Moss' book is even greater than its parts. His perspective offers not only an important history, but also a potentially brighter future."
In lieu of a physical Edinburgh Book Festival this year, client Samantha Baines took part in an interview about her debut YA book, Harriet Versus the Galaxy.
The event was titled 'A New Kind of Superhero', it's free to catch up with, and you can do just that by clicking this link.
In addition, Stuart was also interviewed by Publishers Weekly, and you can read the full interview here.
Amanda Jennings' latest book, The Storm, picked up a fantastic review in a copy of last week's The Sun:
"A dark, sinister story with a cracking twist."
This fantastic page-turner is guaranteed to keep you well up past your bedtime, and you can grab your very own copy here.
The book is in the Key Stage 1 category, and the Awards themselves celebrate books that provide learning both in the classroom, and beyond. The judges for the Award are Dame Esther Rantzen, Lizzie Jones of the National Literary Trust, children's authors Lisa Thompson and Emily Gravett and actor, musician, comedian and author, Adrian Edmonson.
The winners will be announced in October's issues of Teach Reading & Writing magazine and Teach Primary magazine. To read more about the Awards, click here.