An interview with Keith Brandon, as well as a Novel Transcript of his book ‘Lost Universe’, is available on Novel Writing Festival website. The author discussed his likes and his inspirations along with his novel on the website. The novel reading was performed by actor Geoff Mays.
In the book, a special crew is sent to discover the end to the universe, if there is one.
“The plot explores complex and fascinating paradoxes” says the article in Hillington & Uxbridge Times when speaking about Richard Abbott-Brailey’s book ‘Azarias Tor: The History Maker’. The newspaper took a look at the plot of the book and focuses on the locations featured in the article, particularly Watford.
The international author of ‘Manumission’, E. R. Harding was interviewed by a website recently in which she expressed that even though she has written a novel she doesn’t feel like a writer, she said “I don't consider myself a writer, and I’m not sure I ever will”.
Allison Rose Clark’s book is “informative and heartfelt”, says the latest review of the book on Lovely Loveday. ‘I Don’t Hate Me Anymore’ also has a “tone letting you know that other people felt the same way that you do”.
The book goes deep into human psychology and tries to repair damaged self-esteem with the help of tools and encouraging words.
Damned Without Cause, John’s Promise, Hidden Truth and Searching For Walter receive rave reviews from readers on various platforms. Stephen Bloy’s books have captured the imagination of the fans and they say that books deserve “six stars”.
The West Suffolk NHS Retirement Fellowship at the Horringer Community Centre hosted Patrick Church for a book signing. Everyone in attendance was able to participate in the talk afterwards about the international author’s autobiography ‘The Smallest Show on Earth’.
Precious Allen - the author of ‘Love YOU for YOU!’- was at the Radio One Chicago studios for an interview in early February. The author is a firm believer in global citizenship and raises her voice for human rights wherever she can make a difference. The radio station spoke to her about her work and why she felt prompted to write the book.