Funny Valentine: The Story of Chet Baker by Matthew Ruddick, now available in all formats as an eBook, is currently ranked 20th in the Amazon Bestsellers Rank 20 in Kindle Store > Books > Biography & True Accounts > Arts & Literature > Composers & Musicians > Jazz
Wishing all our authors and customers a very Happy and prosperous New Year. We look forward to working with you in 2015 and to providing you with our first class publishing and marketing services.
One of our author's Diane Ashley-Roberts, author of the Storms of Life, had a very successful book signing in Stornoway on the 26th November. Pictured signing her book at the event.
One of our authors Diane Ashley-Roberts will be appearing on Isles FM tonight to promote her book The Storms of Life.
Sticks and Coal is due to be published this week and the author is having a book signing at SilverDell Books at 11 am on Thursday 6th November.
Our lovely author, Mr Herbert Burrow, has just published his fourth book with us (the fifth is on its way). This is the fascinating account of his life in Provence. See link which will take you directly to the book. http://www.melrosebooks.co.uk/buy-online/provence-my-second-home
Our author Linda Randall has written a superb and detailed account of Effie Gray, tracing the story of the clever little Scots girl who grew up to become known as ‘The Fair Maid of Perth’
and who went on to marry two artistic giants of the nineteenth century: John Ruskin and John Everett Millais. This is the story of Effie’s marriage to John Ruskin, and how she learned to deal with it. £17.99 ISBN: 978-1-908645-09-8 296 pp
There is a great article on gadgets.ndtv.com (http://gadgets.ndtv.com/apps/features/five-great-apps-for-reading-ebooks...). If you want to read ebooks on your phone or tablet, there are many options available with different features to suit different needs. Some, for example, come with good built in stores so you can easily add new books.
Crow's Nest Chronicles by William Sampson is due to be published this month. This action packed novel is set in the mid-fifties when post war Empires were fragmenting from independence, communists were under every bed and the atomic age was still a delinquent vandalising small Pacific islands. Two rough and ready characters Able Seamen ‘Amy’ Armitage and Kenny McBain navigate their way through service life, their odyssey embracing fortune and calamity.