The Press is enjoying not only a fine day of Spring weather - and on a Saturday too! - but also a couple of crackingly good reviews.
The well respected historical novelist Elin Gregory has recently read Adam Fitzroy's THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER WYE, and has made it her Saturday Recommendation.
If you like the more cosy sort of mystery and heroes more at home with kitchen tools or a trowel than a Glock and nicely drawn portraits of kids and dogs that aren’t the least bit cutesy-poo, then I think you’ll enjoy this book as much as I did.
We are as delighted by Adam's 'everyday' heroes, Rupert and Jake, and the Wye Valley setting as Elin is - and we hope that you'll enjoy their story too.
Our forthcoming Great War anthology A PRIDE OF POPPIES has received a heartening pre-release review from Kazza K at ON TOP DOWN UNDER BOOK REVIEWS. This anthology has been a real labour of love from all involved, and Kazza has certainly responded in kind.
A Pride of Poppies is a quality anthology. There isn’t one story I didn’t enjoy. The editing is superb and the writing exceedingly good to sublime. I had only previously read Barry Brennessel and Charlie Cochrane and I could not believe the depth and breadth of storytelling in each individual story.
We can only hope that all who give this volume a try will find something in it to move them just as Kazza was moved.
A PRIDE OF POPPIES will be released on 1 May, and is already available for pre-order on Amazon US and Amazon UK. All proceeds will be donated to The Royal British Legion.
It only remains for us to hope, Dear Reader, that you are having a Saturday as splendiferous as ours!