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  • Reader review of All That Was Lost by Alison May

    Reader review of All That Was Lost by Alison May

    This guest review is written by the lovely Chloe S Vaughan. Thank you to Chloe for her interesting review on our new September title.

    Reader review of All That Was Lost by Alison May
  •  Legend signs 'the most credible' dystopian novel ever

    Legend signs 'the most credible' dystopian novel ever

    Legend Press are delighted to acquire World rights (excluding Africa) for ASYLUM, the debut novel by Marcus Low. The deal was made by Legend Press's Commissioning Editor Lauren Parsons with Aoife Lennon, of The Lennon-Ritchie Agency, Cape Town. The novel will be published in the UK on 15th April 2019.

    Legend signs 'the most credible' dystopian novel ever
  • Interstellar Acquisition for Legend

    Interstellar Acquisition for Legend

    Legend Press are delighted to acquire World rights for Matt Wilven's second novel Farzaneh and the Moon, which will be published in 2019. The deal was made by Legend Press's Commissioning Editor Lauren Parsons, direct with the author.

    Interstellar Acquisition for Legend
  • Warning: This Blog is an Advert about Great Savings!

    Warning: This Blog is an Advert about Great Savings!

    I always try to ensure articles and blogs that I write are not advertorial and Lucy, our Publicity Director, tries to avoid our social media feeds and email newsletters constantly asking their readers to buy something. After all, nothing is more off-putting that a row of 20 Tweets containing 'buy this bestseller [probably isn't] now!'

    Warning: This Blog is an Advert about Great Savings!
  • Longread by Legend MD Tom Chalmers

    How Language Technology Could be the Key to Providing Global Access to Being a Published Writer

    Longread by Legend MD Tom Chalmers
  • Four Lessons Publishing Can Learn from the Music Industry

    Four Lessons Publishing Can Learn from the Music Industry

    By Legend Times MD Tom Chalmers

    Four Lessons Publishing Can Learn from the Music Industry