And the winner is… Impress Books is delighted to reveal that The Day’s Heat by Roberta H. George has won the Impress Prize for New Writers 2017. Set in the early sixties against the backdrop of impending national integration, the novel follows Lea James, a dark-skinned, Catholic, Lebanese girl who comes to a small south Georgia town… Continue reading Impress Prize For New Writers 2017 – Winners Announcement & #Giveaway @ImpressBooks1
Today we have our 2nd interview feature with the Impress Prize 2017 shortlisted Author. Thomas Paul Burgess is here to tell us all about his novel. Enjoy, Kelly Summarise your novel in two sentences. Belfast, Northern Ireland. 2015. What links a traumatic childhood secret, with the murder of a high ranking RUC officer and two… Continue reading Impress Prize Shortlist 2017 @ImpressBooks1 Thomas Paul Burgess #Interview @PolBrugha
On LBG Blog this week I am extremely honoured to have two interview features with the Impress Prize Shortlisted Authors of 2017. First up we have Maggie Humm stopping by. I do hope you enjoy. Kelly x Interview ~ Maggie Humm Summarise your novel in two sentences. Who Killed Mrs Ramsay? re-imagines Virginia Woolf’s To… Continue reading Impress Prize Shortlist 2017 @ImpressBooks1 Maggie Humm #Interview @MaggieHumm1
Today on LBG we have a guest review from J A Warnock of Legacy by Bill Mesce, Jr. Published by Impress Books in July of this year. The book is a legal, political thriller and the author Bill Mesce Jr is an award winning writer of both fiction and non-fiction. I do hope you enjoy. The… Continue reading Legacy By Bill Mesce, Jr @BillMesce @ImpressBooks1 #Guest Review J A Warnock.
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Widdershins By Helen Steadman Impress Books ~ 01/07/17 My Review The Cover: It's beautiful, with the two silhouetted figures against the shrubbery and herbs. With the vanilla colouring and bold browns and deep purple. It looks very elegant and important. I must also mention the fabulous way it was delivered from Impress to myself and fellow… Continue reading Widdershins By Helen Steadman @hsteadman1650 @ImpressBooks1 #Review
How do you find a missing child when his mother doesn't believe you have the right to even exist? When Detective Inspector Roger Bailley returns to work as Robyn, all she wants is to get on with the job she loves while finally being herself. When toddler Ben Chivers is snatched from a shopping centre… Continue reading He’s Gone @_AlexandraClare @ImpressBooks1 #FavFive