'Mother of Darkness is one intense piece of fiction, as Matty’s dreams evolve into the belief that he is the chosen vessel of a new god, Feracor…' – David Hebblethwaite
‘This was in December which was an unbearable time of year. Everyone else’s kids were coming home for Christmas and she was missing and forgotten about – at least that is how it felt. But in that split second I reacted in such an impulsive way. I felt upset and pr
Vanessa Nicolson writes about her search for truth in the Sunday Times. You can read the article here.
“I do share the recklessness that Rosa had. When I write, I need to say things that maybe I shouldn’t share. But at some level I don’t want to be sensible and careful – I want people to know how it feels.” Yes, I want to bring them up from the basement. Expose, remind, confront.
‘A moving, often unexpectedly funny, memoir with an interesting structure: each chapter is a pen portrait of someone who has played a pivotal role in the author’s life.’
Fantastic review of The Truth Game by Vanessa Nicolson on Just in Time. Read the full r
Local East London authors Veneti
Val Hennessy has reviewed the spectacular Fire Child by Sally Emerson in her column for today’s Daily Mail. Read the extract below or find her
Some photographs from the very successful launch of The City of Westminster, published by Quartet for the Sir Simon Milton Foundation, and held at the Halcyon Gallery, hosted by its CEO, Eran Akerman, on March 20.