Sophie Essmat, Dancing Amid Fire, Rising Above Ruins
'Sophie Essmat writes beautifully about all the ways the human spirit fights against trauma and persecution, while fully immersing the reader in Kurdish culture and tradition.' Neema Shah, author of Kololo Hill (runner-up DGC First Novel Prize 2018, shortlisted Bath Novel Award 2018, longlisted Exeter Novel Prize 2018). Buy here.
Mitch Larsson, Time for Her
The memoir of a professional male escort, Time for Her is at times hilariously funny, shockingly candid and yet also heartbreaking. From a terminally ill client to abuse survivors, virgins and crazy cat ladies, Larsson documents everything you ever wanted to ask about the role of the male professional escort. NEW RELESE. Pre-order available. Buy here.
Karl Webster, The Amsterdam Good Murder Guide
'Very funny and utterly unique,' Adam Kay, British comedy writer.
'It's always such fun to tune out and float downstream in the universe created by great writing. This book did just that for me. It was such a pleasure to read it. It made me laugh out loud on many occasions and so, yeah, I loved it. I do live in Amsterdam and it felt really familiar. It is for everyone everywhere.
Grab it and start reading. You'll be glad you did!' Amazon verified purchase review - 5 out of 5 stars - 'What a great read. I had a ball!' Amazon verified purchase review (the Netherlands) 16 January 2023. Buy here.
Dionne Haynes, The Winter Years
'I read the entire series from the Introduction and on to the Mayflower Collection. I hated to see it end. Author Haynes magnificently webs and weaves the lives of Desire and Jed from England to America. What a ride. I highly recommend this book if you want an amazing read. You will fall in love with the characters wishing it would go on forever…' Dr. Lisaort - 5 out of 5 stars - 'An Amazing Read!!' Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2023 - Amazon verified purchase. Buy here.
Kaaren Sutcliffe, Undercover Mage
'Sutcliffe creates an immersive fantasy world that keeps the reader wanting to discover more. The plot is compelling and suspenseful, with many twists and turns along the way. There is a powerful romance starting to build, and readers will be wondering how this will impact the storyline. Skillfully, the author can weave together peaceful scenes of life in Riverfall with vivid and action-packed events, such as the impressive dragon boat races. The best part of the novel is the characters, which are fully fleshed out and easy to empathize with. Throughout the journey, the reader roots for these heroes all the way.' Literarytitan.com - 'Undercover Mage' - five out of five stars (Literary Titan Silver Book Award). Buy here.