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  • Extract - The Generation Game by Sophie Duffy

    Extract - The Generation Game by Sophie Duffy

    Re-released this year as one of Legend Press's best books of the past ten years, The Generation Game is out in a new edition, with original material from the author. Philippa Smith is in her forties and has a beautiful newborn baby girl. She also has no husband, and nowhere to turn. So she turns to the only place she knows: the beginning. Retracing her life, she confronts the daily obstacles that shaped her very existence. From the tragic events of her childhood abandonment, to the astonishing accomplishments of those close to her, Philippa learns of the sacrifices others chose to make, and the outcome of buried secrets.

    Extract - The Generation Game by Sophie Duffy
  • Tom Chalmers - Successful publishers will increase the lifespan of content

    Tom Chalmers - Successful publishers will increase the lifespan of content

    Has the era of print-only books finally come to an end?

    Tom Chalmers - Successful publishers will increase the lifespan of content
  • Flash Fiction Winner - Joker by John Fielding

    Flash Fiction Winner - Joker by John Fielding

    We present Joker by John Fielding , one of our current Flash Fiction winners. Every winner can choose a title from our current catalogue - if you would like to enter please see details at the bottom of the post.

    Flash Fiction Winner - Joker by John Fielding
  • Launch for The Zero And The One by Ryan Ruby

    Launch for The Zero And The One by Ryan Ruby

    The launch for Ryan Ruby's first novel, The Zero and the One, took place at Daunts Cheapside last Thursday

    Launch for The Zero And The One by Ryan Ruby
  • Extract - Three Men In A Boat

    Extract - Three Men In A Boat

    It's cold and snowy and miserable - why not cheer yourself up with an extract from Jerome K Jerome's timeless comedy about a lighthearted boat trip down the Thames in the height of a summer over a century ago...

    Extract - Three Men In A Boat
  • Tom Chalmers - Why Arts funding can be frustrating but is essential

    Tom Chalmers - Why Arts funding can be frustrating but is essential

    History sadly illustrates that through any economic downturn funding for the Arts is always hit hard. This has certainly been true again since the global financial crash in 2008, now a decade ago.

    Tom Chalmers - Why Arts funding can be frustrating but is essential