There's a brilliant review of Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes? by Desmond de Silva in The TLS which you can read here.
Alexander Newley is interviewed on RTE radio. Listen to the interview here and get your copy of Unaccompanied Minor here today.
The Daily Mail publishes their interview with Basia Briggs here and there's an extract from Mother Anguish in today's Daily Mail which you can read here.
Mother of Darkness by Venetia Welby is nominated for the Literary Review Bad Sex Awards, but as the Guardian admits this year's submissions are quite good. Read the Guardian piece here and get your copy of Mother of Darkness and read the quote in its dream sequence context here.
Photos from tea at Claridges to celebrate the forthcoming publication of Dynasty by Christina Oxenberg
We celebrated the forthcoming publication of Dynasty by Christina Oxenberg at Claridges Hotel on Tuesday. We drunk tea with Christina and the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Serbia and our Chairman Naim Attallah. After tea, we headed upstairs to room 212 where the Crown Prince wa
'With the latest dramatic political changes taking place in Saudi Arabia, a book published by Quartet in 2010 about Ibn Saud , The Desert Warrior and his Legacy , considered by most to be the definitive volume on the evolution of the Kingdom as the most commanding nation in the region
The Evening Standard diary on tea at Claridges to celebrate the forthcoming publication of Dynasty by Christina Oxenberg
The Evening Standard’s Londoner’s Diary on the tea at Claridges with the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Serbia and Christina Oxenberg, celebrating the forthcoming publication of Dynasty by Christina Oxenberg. Read the piece Read More
I turned on my heels and ran. I found an open window and climbed out into the playground. Cathy squealed with delight as I ran off in triumph. My mother had abandoned me to Sue. Now I was prepared to abandon her back. The second and final extract from Unaccompanied Minor by Alexand
Sally Emerson shares her toolkit with Off the Shelf Blog. You can read the piece here and get Sally Emerson's books here.