Crimefest 2014 Shortlist

25th April 2014

Congratulations to Derek B. Miller, who has been short-listed for two, out of a possible three, awards at this year’s Bristol Crimefest; the EDunnit Award and the Goldsboro Last Laugh Award.

The awards dinner takes place during the festival, on the 17th May, when the winners will be announced.

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The Great Literary Talent Hunt

16th April 2014

Janklow & Nesbit agents, Jessie Botterill and Hellie Ogden, will be at The Big Green Bookshop in London, on Saturday May 24th, between 5-8pm, hearing pitches from aspiring authors.

They’ll be offering advice and guidance and are looking for authors working on anything from historical fiction to fantasy.

For more information please visit: http://www.biggreenbookshop.com/

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Outstanding reviews for The Knowledge

14th April 2014

Lewis Dartnell’s The Knowledge has been receiving some fantastic coverage in the week leading up to publication: the Times, Guardian, Independent on Sunday, Telegraph, Nature and Times Higher Education, have all reviewed favourably.

Where The Knowledge really succeeds is in demonstrating the interconnectedness of knowledge, the importance of the scientific method in advancing society, and the “symbiotic relationship” between scientific discovery and technological advance.” - Times Higher Education

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Undeniable on ITV

14th April 2014

ITV will air the final part of “Undeniable” tonight at 9pm.

Claire Goose stars as Jane Phillips, a woman who recognises her mother’s murderer, twenty-three years after the crime. Despite being just five years old when she witnessed the killing, she’s determined to bring the man she believes is responsible to justice.

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The 2014 Desmond Elliott Prize

14th April 2014

The Desmond Elliott Prize, the “most prestigious award for first-time novelists” (Telegraph), has announced a diverse longlist of 10 “astonishing” novels, which showcase the excellence of new British and Irish writing.

Among the chosen ten is The Dynamite Room, an eerie, thrillingly exciting and piercingly sad début for actor and play-write, Jason Hewitt.

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