Our two new titles are now available to buy through our website, and have already been reviewed by the tremendously efficient Josie Goodread at Mrs Condit Reads Books.
Of Adam Fitzroy's BETWEEN NOW AND THEN she has this to say:
The desperation and sheer awfulness of World War 1 came over so well that I really felt like I was there, and as much as I liked the comedy of the first part of the book, the pervading sadness and waste of it all sucked me in and made it impossible for me to put the book down
and of Chris Quinton's FOOL'S RUSH the following:
Chris Quinton has the ability to write complex plot driven stories that literally flow from one page to the next. Events interweaving, but never complicating the story, and she is at her most masterful with Fool’s Rush.
As if all this bounty wasn't quite enough there is also a new review of Julie Bozza's BUTTERFLY HUNTER from Val Kovalin of Obsidian Bookshelf, which reads in part as follows:
The story has a leisurely pace and there isn’t much conflict, but the good writing and amazing setting held my interest. Here, the Australian outback is fascinating in its strangeness and potential for grave danger. I also like our two heroes. Nicholas is kind, goofy, and charismatic. Dave is quietly competent.
It's on days like this, Dear Reader, that a publisher like ourselves might actually be encouraged to believe they were doing something right!
For those who take an interest - and we're sure they are few - the January stats will follow as soon as they're to hand; these things take a little time to organise, as we're confident you'll understand.