Saturday 20 June 2015

Serendipitous Research

For novelists, research comes in all shapes and sizes. Linda Acaster shuffles hers into three
categories: general, background, and pertinent.

But there is also a fourth, serendipitous, which often equates to being in the right place at the right time with the right questions.

Guess what she found behind this facade? Check out her current blogpost and all will be revealed.

Friday 12 June 2015

The Latest From Stuart Aken

On his website, Stuart Aken is today announcing the release of the print version of his latest book.
M.E. and me: Chronic Fatigue; My Recovery After 10 Years is a personal memoir relating the effects of the condition on his life and those of the people around him. It is also a guide for those suffering with the ailment or caring for a sufferer. Colleagues and friends of ME/CFS victims will also find information and guidance here.

The book is also available in digital form and you can discover more by visiting his website at

Saturday 6 June 2015

"For King & Country" - New Cover

Simon & Schuster, publisher to Annie Wilkinson's Wilde family saga series, has re-issued For King and Country with a new cover.

Set in August 1918, Sally Wilde is working in Newcastle City Hospital nursing officers injured in France. Her heart goes out to a young Australian Lieutenant, Kit Maxfield, suffering devastating facial injuries, but as she coaxes him through his ordeal she finds his reticence isn't just due to his disfiguring injuries. To speak the truth will condemn him. Not to will condemn her.