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Harrogate Crime Festival and the Dead Good Awards

  If you thought getting a bunch of crime writers together would be dark and sinister, make sure you attend Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate one year and see how wrong you are.   On Friday we headed up to join eight MM Agency authors (C.L. Taylor, Mel Sherratt, C. J. Tudor, Read More

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Madeleine Milburn judges the Caledonian Award

Caledonia Novel Award 2018

  To all unpublished writers!   The brilliant Caledonia Novel Award is now accepting entries for its 2018 competition. Based in Scotland, but with an international outlook, the award is open to all unpublished or self-published works from around the world, and has an excellent reputation for discovering writers who go on to sign deals Read More

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The Child by Fiona Barton

The Child: UK Publication Day

The sun has risen on the UK publication day for The Child by Fiona Barton!   We’re always singing Fiona’s praises, so we will let others do the talking today. And they have lots to say about The Child:   Clever and compelling. You’ll love THE CHILD” Clare Mackintosh, Sunday Times bestselling author of I Let You Go and I See Read More

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C.L. Taylor and Nuala Ellwood at CrimeFest 2017

  CrimeFest 2017, which took place in Bristol this weekend, saw two of our authors participate on panels across the weekend discussing families in crime, debut novels and war crime.   C.L. Taylor, the No. 2 Sunday Times bestselling author of The Escape and well-seasoned CrimeFest star, took part in a panel called You Are Read More

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Holly Bourne at Waterstones Piccadilly: Keep It In The Family

  On Tuesday 9th May Waterstones Piccadilly will be hosting our wonderful, prize-winning YA author Holly Bourne, who will be discussing families in Young Adult literature alongside Rachael Lucas, Tamsyn Murray and Paige Toon. In what will be a fabulous and fascinating evening, they will explore the role of parents, grandparents and stress-you-out-siblings in their latest Read More

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