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The London Book Fair is an exciting time of year: for three days thousands of people gather to share their passion for the book industry. As you walk amongst the towering stands and pops of colour it seems impossible that just a few days the halls of Olympia were bare and empty waiting for yet another exhibition. So, what actually happens

Our story of the week is a story about mistakes from the writer Frank E Lee. Frank started writing when he was given a pen and notebook for Christmas. Over many years he has written short stories, plays and non-fiction, but has always struggled to be published – so he takes consolation in saying that he writes for himself. In Coa

Fiona Vigo Marshall has recently published her debut novel, Find Me Falling, with Fairlight Books. Drawing on a wealth of experience from her non-fiction, poetry and award-winning short story writing Fiona has created incredibly powerful characters in this stunning debut. We’ve asked Fiona a few questions about her versatility as an aut

Our story of the week is a story about betrayal from the writer E J Saleby. E J Saleby started writing poetry and stories as a small child and then became distracted by playing and listening to music, which was fun while it lasted. He started writing again after a new year’s resolution to try a creative writing course at City Lit thr

We are thrilled to announce that Bottled Goods by Sophie van Llewyn has been longlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2019! Last night, 4 March 2019, Louise and Lindsey were able to attend the Women’s Prize event celebrating the longlist, where they learnt more about this prestigious prize, and met some of the longlisted author

Our story of the week is a story about justice from the writer Ailsa Cox. Ailsa was born in the West Midlands but has spent most of her life in North West England. She’s currently based in Liverpool, and is Professor of Short Fiction at Edge Hill University, where she runs the MA Creative Writing. Ailsa first started writing when

Our story of the week is a story about luck from the writer Henry Hudson. Henry worked in the power industry for thirty years before attending Trinity College Dublin as a mature student where he took a BA in Drama Studies and English. He recently retired for the Canadian Embassy in Dublin where he served eleven years as Property and Se

Fancy a love story or two? We've found a variety of stories to suit every taste. Why not try one of each? Sweet In the mood for something sweet? Try these stories for that warm, bubbly feeling.   The Midwinter Marriage Sometimes you have to kiss a few frogs to find your prince.       Her Silent Man What l