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  • Apr 21 2014: Second serial for Black Rainbow

    The second serial in Rachel Kelly’s memoir about her depression Black Rainbow is in the Mail on Sunday’s You Magazine.

    My emotional ode to recovery: How one woman escaped the depths of depression through poetry

  • Apr 20 2014: Agency April newsletter now online

    The agency’s monthly newsletter for April is now available online.


  • Apr 20 2014: PW reviews West Point ’41

    There’s a good review for West Point ’41: The Class That Went to War and Shaped America, by Anne Kazel-Wilcox and PJ Wilcox in the latest Publishers Weekly.

    ‘It’s an enjoyable and fresh contribution to documenting the experiences of America’s “Greatest Generation.”’

  • Apr 20 2014: Two agency authors contribute to May's BBC History magazine

    Two agency authors contribute articles to the May edition of BBC History Magazine:

    Linda Porter writes about ‘The Forgotten Tudor’, Margaret sister of Henry VIII.

    Jessie Childs has the cover story with ‘Elizabeth I’s war with England’s Catholics’.

  • Apr 19 2014: Nick Pope serialised in the Daily Mail

    Nick Pope’s fascinating new book Encounter in Rendlesham Forest, released this weekend by Thistle Publishing, is serialised in today’s Daily Mail.

    Why I believe aliens landed in a Suffolk forest: No, Nick Pope isn’t a UFO fantasist, he’s an ex-Ministry of Defence expert with a compelling dossier of evidence

  • Apr 19 2014: Joff Sharpe on Special Air Service

    ‘After Piers Morgan hired me as HR Director, he found out that I had been in the SAS, and he thought it was pretty hilarious. Who can blame him?…’

    Special Air Service - what can HR learn from the elite British Army regiment?

  • Apr 19 2014: Rachel Kelly serialised in The Times

    Rachel Kelly’s Black Rainbow is serialised in the Times Magazine today, alongside an interview with the author.

    The Times

  • Apr 18 2014: Agent of the Year profiles

     The nominees for Literary Agent of the Year, including Andrew Lownie, are profiled in this week’s Bookseller.


  • Apr 17 2014: Richard Denham profiled in the News & Mail

    Richard Denham has been profiled in the News & Mail, as he promotes his new historical novel Britannia: The Wall, written in collaboration with M J Trow.


  • Apr 15 2014: Two agency titles in best seller lists

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose Daddy’s Little Princess is no 4 and Shannon Kyle, the ghost on Stolen Voices, at no 14 in the paperback non-fiction list this week.