Antony Gray typeset Quartet’s books for over twenty years. His recent death is a terrible sadness for many other book trade members who used his remarkable talent and benefited from his immense skill and knowledge. An intimate memoir, recently posted on Eland Books blog by Rose Baring
And she is on the front page! You can read the full piece here and get your copy of Saving the World here.
'When I think of this book the first word that comes to mind is 'wow'. Firstly wow because it is a fierce power-house of a book, unafraid to share the harsh truths, facts and figures that highlight how women are still looked upon and treated in other nations. Wow also because I feel a
Basia Briggs writes a piece on her decision to write her memoir Mother Anguish for Women's Writers website here. You can get your copy of Mother Anguish by Basia Briggs here.
'Boytchev has told a remarkable tale that smacks of truth of the Cold War. I really hope this novel gets the attention it deserves because it’s a fine novel.' Nudge-Book reviews The Unbeliever by Oggy Boytchev. You can read the full review here and you can get the book here.
'Sometimes, real life is stranger than fiction. You couldn’t make up a story like that of Alexander Ivanov, but Boytchev has turned it into a taut and chilling drama.' Shiny New Books blog reviews The Unbeliever by Oggy Boytchev. You can read the full review here and get your copy
The first stop on Oggy Boytchev’s tour is a Q&A with Oggy on the First Page to Last Blog and second stop a Q&A with Liz Loves Books!
Oggy Boytchev tours UK blogs promoting The Unbeliever. The first stop is a Q&A on the From First Page to Last blog which you can read here The second stop on the Blog Tour is a Q&A on Liz Loves Books Blog which you can read here.
Christina Oxenberg has tea with her cousins the Duke of Kent and Prince Michael. Get your copy of Dynasty by Christina Oxenberg here today.
The Quarterly Review reviews Which Yet Survive by John Mills. You can read the article here and get your copy of the book here today.