We're delighted to be hosting an extensive blog tour for the final instalment of the DIMILY trilogy, Did I Mention I Miss You? Check out all of the blog links below to see what everyone has to say about the sensational DIMILY trilogy...
We'll be hosting an exclusive afternoon launch event with Estelle Maskame on Thursday 21 July in Edinburgh to celebrate the launch of the final book in the DIMILY Trilogy, Did I Mention I Miss You?
For your chance to enter, simply follow the link below and complete the entry form - telling us why you'd like the chance to meet Estelle! Please make sure you read all the terms and conditions, and can definitely attend the event if you are a winner. The competition closes at midday on Friday 15 July 2016, and winners will be contacted by 5pm that day. Venue details will be released to winners only.
Join us for the blog tour for SJI Holliday's sequel to the Kindle bestseller Black Wood, WILLOW WALK. The blog tour runs from 6-17 June! Keep checking back every day for a new review or feature on the book.
As a terrified Marie is pulled back into a violent past she thought she’d escaped, she makes an irrevocable decision. Can Gray piece together the puzzle in time to stop the sleepy town of Banktoun being rocked by tragedy once more?
6 June: portobellobookblog.com
7 June: havebookswillread.wordpress.com
8 June: lizlovesbooks.com
10 June: mychestnutreadingtree.wordpress.com
13 June: jaffareadstoo.blogspot.co.uk
14 June: bytheletterbookreviews.com
15 June: celestelovesbooks.blogspot.ie
16 June: grabthisbook.net
17 June: tracyshephard.wordpress.com
PRAISE FOR WILLOW WALK
"Unflinching attention to detail lifts Holliday’s inventive and compelling second Banktoun novel to a whole new level." – THE SUN, 4-stars
"A compelling tale of obsession and dark secrets that grips you from the first chapter and holds you right through to the startling and dramatic conclusion." – AVA MARSH, author of Untouchable
"Chillingly nuanced, pulse-poundingly suspenseful, and totally unputdownable." – CrimeThrillerGirl
"The kind of book I adore discovering, one that stays with me long after I’ve finished." – JENNY BLACKHURST, author of How I Lost You
"Tense, atmospheric and gripping from page one. A first-rate psychological thriller. – MASON CROSS, author of The Samaratin
"Feverish and intense, Willow Walk is a worthy follow up to S.J.I. Holliday’s highly regarded debut, Black Wood. A writer who doesn’t flinch in the face of twisted impulses and unspeakable desires, few can match her for the creation of truly disturbing characters." – EVA DOLAN, author of After You Die
"A brilliantly dark and twisted tale that expertly builds the tension until you find yourself biting your nails to the quick as the pages fly by." – STEVE CAVANAGH, author of The Defence
"The writing is sublime and the storyline is darkly delicious with some thought-provoking themes and genuinely intriguing characters." – Liz Loves Books
A massive congratulations to our young adult author, Estelle Maskame, who has won the Arts Award at the 2016 Young Scot Awards!
Estelle attended the glittering Young Scot Awards Ceremony on Wednesday evening (27th April) at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. The event was hosted by Radio DJ Edith Bowman, and Estelle was one of three finalists up for the Arts Award.
Since its launch in 2006, the Young Scot Awards has celebrated the inspirational contributions of thousands of young Scots who have made a real difference to communities across Scotland, recognising the amazing achievements of some of Scotland’s truly remarkable young people.
Since signing a book deal for the trilogy at the age of 17, Estelle is now enjoying international success. Her DIMILY series has been published across the world in 11 countries so far, including the USA.
Estelle is fresh off of a European publicity tour, meeting fans and press in Helsinki, Berlin and Madrid, with more planned trips for this summer. Estelle recently headlined at YAY! YA, Scotland’s first teen festival, and was also shortlisted for a Romantic Novelist’s Association Award for the Best Young Adult Novel 2016.
The B&W Team were at the awards ceremony to celebrate Estelle being a finalist. We are all absolutely delighted for her and look forward to publishing Did I Mention I Miss You?, the final book in the DIMILY Trilogy in July this year!
Make sure you 'Like' Estelle Maskame on Facebook to see more pictures from the night!
Join us for the blog tour for Lauren A. Forry's debut novel, Abigale Hall. The blog tour runs from 18-25 April! Keep checking back every day for a new review or feature on the book.
As Eliza unravels a mystery that has endured for decades, her troubled sister Rebecca falls under the spell of the cruel housekeeper Mrs Pollard, who will stop at nothing to protect the house’s secrets. Unless the sisters can uncover the truth, a terrible fate awaits them...
Join us for the blog tour for Linda McLaughlan's debut novel, Chasing Charlie. The blog tour runs from 15-25 April! Keep checking back every day for a new review or feature on the book.
When unlucky-in-love Sam bumps into her first boyfriend, the charming but roguish Charlie, she falls head first for him all over again. Even though he broke her heart, she’s determined to win him back – even if she has to chase him all over London…
Join us for the blog tour for M.P. Wright's sequel to the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Longlisted Heartman, All Through the Night. The blog tour runs from 8-19 April! Keep checking back every day for a new review or feature on the book.
Ellington embarks on a seemingly simple case of tracking down a local GP with a dubious reputation and retrieving a set of stolen documents from him. But Dr Fowler is hiding a terrible secret, and when he is gunned down outside a Bristol pub, his dying words send JT in pursuit of a truth more disturbing and deadly than he could possibly have imagined.
Friday 8 April: Crime Fiction Connoiseur - JohnMartinAuthor on Facebook
Friday 15 April: ricoh4.wordpress.com | BooksRFun Blog
We're delighted to announce that Estelle Maskame is a finalist at the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards 2016! Estelle is a finalist in the Arts category.
Now in its eleventh year, the Awards will celebrate contributions and work across volunteering, community, diversity, enterprise and education. From hundreds of entries, three finalists will be chosen in each of the 12 categories.
The winners will be announced at a sensational red carpet ceremony, full of VIP guests and entertainment at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on 27 April 2016.
Details of all of the finalists can be found here: http://youngscotawards.com/2016/03/27/finalists/
Join us for the blog tour for Caroline Barry's adult fiction debut, The Dolocher from 14-25 March! Keep checking back every day for a new review or feature on the book.
The Dolocher is stalking the alleyways of Dublin. Half man, half pig, this terrifying creature has unleashed panic on the streets. Can it really be the evil spirit of a murderer who has cheated the hangman's noose by taking his own life in his prison cell, depriving the mob of their rightful revenge? Or is there some other strange supernatural explanation?
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Did I Mention I Love You? by Estelle Maskame has been shortlisted in The Young Adult Romantic Novel Award of the Romantic Novel of the Year Awards. This category features protagonists who are teenagers or young adults. The teenage author is from Peterhead and built up a huge following on Wattpad before being published by Edinburgh-based Black & White Publishing (see The Guardian 25 June 2015).
Fern Britton, television presenter and author, will present the Romantic Novelists' Association (RNA) Awards for 2016 during a glittering ceremony in London on 7 March.
The awards comprise six categories - Contemporary Romantic Novel, Epic Romantic Novel, Historical Romantic Novel, Romantic Comedy Novel, the RoNA Rose Award (for shorter and category romance) and Young Adult Romantic Novel - with five authors shortlisted for each one.
The winners of the six categories will be announced during the evening and those six authors will then go forward to compete for the overall prize of The Goldsboro Books Romantic Novel of the Year Award. Fern Britton will then reveal the author whose book has won the RNA's most prestigious and coveted award, along with a cheque for £5,000 (five thousand pounds).
For the full shortlists, see the RoNA website.