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The annual open submission window for sending us Comedy Scripts is open until Monday 16th April 2018 at 5pm.

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Update on Only One Woman from Jane Risdon



We are thrilled to have several men review Only One Woman (David Cousland read it twice!!) – have sent three reviews.

And don’t forget our paperback for stores and libraries and our audio book is due out May 24th with a special foreword…

We have been getting some fabulous reviews (37 5* to date) for Only One Woman and the most exciting thing is, that we have had so many from male readers. We thought we’d share some here if you don’t mind.  Jane – Only One Woman. xx

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I have to say that I am delighted by the number of positive reviews received for the latest in the Bennett series. “Crossed Out’ is not only being read by people who have grown to enjoy the different and varied cases investigated by Cyril and his team, but it appears it has brought new readers to the fold. It was good to see that people have really taken to the new detective introduced in this book, DC April Richmond. She will certainly have a leading role in book seven. Why suddenly this one book has had such favourable reviews is difficult to determine; for a writer, all the books written have their own personality so it is difficult to pick a favourite.

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Lizzie Lane has moved from Ebury (Penguin/Random House) to Head of Zeus for whom she is writing the first book of a new series set in the fifties..
Writing as Erica Brown, she also has an historical ebook trilogy coming out this month with Canelo, followed by another in April set in India, Malaya and Sumatra WW2.

From Suzy Davies, Author.

Imagine my delight when I took a look at Aberystwyth’s leading magazine – and spotted my newest Children’s Picture Book featured in the Books Section for March. Luna seems to be capturing the hearts of people far and wide – including those lovely folk in Aberystwyth where I spent my early childhood, went to school down the lane in Penparcau and spent many idyllic summers. Here is the link to find out more about my book – the result of a magical collaboration with the famous Sheila Graber, known for her drawing of Paddington Bear and now, Luna :

Dreams & Wishes Latest News


Wendy Hobbs, Ambassador of Dreams and Wishes, was delighted that the charity was nominated as a finalist together with 10 other charities for the prestigious best charity award. Wendy attended the event at The City Hall, Cardiff, along with her friend and volunteer for the charity, Jayne Pierson, an international award-winning fashion designer, featured in British Vogue and at London fashion Week. Wendy was thrilled that Dreams and Wishes won the award and the judges released a statement in support of their decision.

‘Winners, Dreams and Wishes Charity – ‘Driven by passion and sheer determination, it has achieved so much in an exceptional year, profoundly touching many lives.’ DreamsWishesOrg

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Bookings are open for the twenty-fifth Swindon Festival of Literature, 7th – 19th May 2018

The Swindon Festival of Literature launched on a brisk Thursday last week at Swindon Central Library – read about it at

You can book tickets and see the full Festival line-up at




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