We took a glance at some statistics that relate to International Women’s Day 2018, the data from the past few decades about the publishing industry paint a progressive picture. All that information, at least, shows that this industry is among the most progressive when it comes to women’s rights.

Writing tips for writers

Guest Blog by Rachel Summers

Being a writer is an excellent choice of  career, as long as you are good at it. This allows you to set your own working hours, write from anywhere you want, share your story and inspire others with it. If you turn your writing into a bestseller, it makes you popular and known by many, which is fulfilling and rewarding at the same time.

 Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day 2018 is fast approaching and making it a perfect day for your loved one, really memorable, you have to do your research. Read books, articles and everything else that you can find to ensure that you get everything right.

You can go explore our Romance genre to see how romance writers set the perfect scenes and get inspiration from them.

Along with those brilliant ideas, you can also heed the following pieces of Valentine’s Day wisdom:

Lina Saad Recipe Extraordinaire

Winning awards is easy for Lina Saad. She is after our hearts through our tummy. Preparing a wonderful variety of delicious goodies, Lina has created mouthwatering recipes and summed them into a book ‘Ramadan Express’ which has won the ‘Gourmand Cookbook Award’.

Martin Luther King

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter”

Martin Luther King Jr.

In 1983, the then president of the United States, Ronald Reagan, recognized the significant role that Martin Luther King Jr. played in shaping the US as we see it today. With a stroke of a pen, he made sure that all future generations also remember the man as he was and the great deeds that he performed. Martin Luther King (MLK) Day is celebrated on the third Monday of January to mark the birth of Martin Luther King Jr. who was born on 15th of January 1929.

This Christmas season, spread love and happiness with Austin Macauley

The most awaited day of the year is here with all its colours, music, decorations, foods, celebrations and precious family time.

As the traditions go on; Austin Macauley Publishers present everyone with entertaining, yet informative, books this season.

Below are our best collection of books for this special occasion that you can enjoy this Christmas with.

Thanksgiving Day 2017! All you need to know

Americans never forget to celebrate any occasion especially when it comes to the Thanksgiving Day, the festivity is worth seeing. The decorations, the zest, the spread, the dressing up, eateries and the media pouring its attention all over it makes the celebrations more cherish able.

A Brush with Chaos book cover

Just what was the motivation to write my first novel at the age of 70, well it isn't because I’m a pensioner who doesn’t have anything else to do. It was more to do with it being deliberately autobiographical so that my children, grand children, my relations would remember me when I was dead and gone.

Halloween 2017

The scariest, deadly and spooky night of the year is finally here. Halloween aka Allhalloween is celebrated in number of countries on 31st October. People wearing wicked costumes and pumpkin lanterns will be peering out from homes to celebrate this night.

The touch of modern twist has shaped this ancient tradition into a fun filled party night. Now it is getting hold in various countries across the globe such as UK, USA, Japan and Germany etc. In our article we have capsuled various fun facts along with Halloween history to make your night ghoulishly delightful.

Q&A with Fiona J. Roberts – Author of Ebb & Flow and Just Des(s)erts

We caught up with Fiona J. Roberts, author of 'Ebb and Flow' and 'Just Des(s)erts', to discuss her process as an author, why the interest in mystery novels and what is her motivation to keep writing books.


When did you first discover that you loved to write?

Dyslexia and becoming an author

If you’re dyslexic, then you, Albert Einstein, Richard Branson, Henry Winkler and Orlando Bloom can all officially high-five each other.

Before the first dictionary was written by Samuel Johnson, nobody was dyslexic, there wasn’t such a word. In fact, we spelt rather imaginatively.
Shakespeare hardly spelt the same word twice and a lot of his work, apparently, was written down for him.

Five Minutes with George Roberts - 'My experiences as an author so far'

Five Minutes with George Roberts - 'My experiences as an author so far'

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