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?
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).
A massive congratulations to our Press Officer, Laura Nicol, who has been shortlisted for the 'Best Newcomer of the Year' for her work on the publicity campaign of Did I Mention I Love You? By Estelle Maskame at the Publisher's Publicity Circle annual awards.
The Best Newcomer award is sponsored by The Bookseller Association and the PPC Award for Hardback Non-Fiction is sponsored by Waterstones. The full shortlists can be found on the PPC website.
This entry was posted in News, Prizes on 3rd March 2016 by bwpublishing.
From 1 March 2016, Black & White Publishing has new sales representation arrangements for the UK. Distribution remains with Grantham Book Services (GBS).
UK sales are now handled by Publishers Group UK (PGUK), excluding Scottish independents which will be handled by Daiden O’Regan at Black & White Publishing. In Ireland and Northern Ireland, we will continue to be represented by Gill Hess Ltd.
Join us for the blog tour for Isabel Jackson's stunning debut, Her Sister's Gift from 15-22 February! Keep checking back every day for a new review or feature on the book.
Her Sister's Gift is the debut novel from Isabel Jackson, and was runner-up in our Sunday Mail Fiction Competition in 2015! A tale of family tragedy and the struggle to let go of the past,Her Sister’s Gift is a heartbreaking yet ultimately uplifting debut.
For days 11-13 of our advent calendar (11th to 13th December), we have a very special treat in store! With every order through our website, we will send you a free additional book we think you may enjoy based on your purchase!
Please note that the free book may be sent separately to your other items, and will not appear on your order confirmation. Free items are non-returnable, but if you return your main item, you must return the free book in an as new condition.
We're delighted to have received a commendation at this year's Saltire Society Publisher of the Year Awards, alongside fellow Edinburgh publisher Floris Books. A huge congratulations to the winners, Freight Books, and all of the other shortlisted publishers.
Are you as excited as we are for the upcoming holiday season? We have a whole lot of Christmas inspiration for you, whether you’re already fretting about what gifts to give all those people who never seem to know what they want, or just want to get into the spirit!
Dogs just love the snow; it’s a fact. This wonderful collection brings dogs from all walks of life together, big and small, long and short-haired, to enjoy themselves in the wintry weather! Experience a whole new d’aww moment every time you turn the page – dog catching a Frisbee in snow? Check. Dog standing up in snow? You got it. Dogs hugging in snow? Nothing has ever been so cute. Dogs shovelling snow? No, of course not, they’re too busy playing in it!
We’ve all been there. ‘There’s been a horrible accident. LOL Mum.’ These are the kind of mistakes made every day when a parent gets hold of a mobile phone. WTF is perfect for anyone with a particularly text-phobic mum or dad, so they can share in the tragic hilarity of them falling prey to autocorrect, misusing internet slang, or forcing them to fake-laugh at dad jokes.
Colouring is cool. Inside the lines, outside the lines, in black and white or colour. What makes colouring cooler? Colouring Scotland, that’s what. Create and Colour Scotland lets your imagination run free as you colour in beautiful Scottish scenes, recreate some of Scotland’s famous faces and animals, create your own tartan and fuel any suspicions you might have about the existence of the Loch Ness Monster as you make your own fingerprint Nessie. Colouring and Scotland have never been more creatively intertwined!
You know those people who get angry when you borrow a book from them and give it back with one tiny bend in the spine? Yeah, this book is definitely not for them. This destructive therapy book works by encouraging you to take out all your frustrations and angst on it – run it over, tear it to shreds, take a hammer to it, answer its annoyingly insightful questions and feel all that stress melt away. Want to see a dog doing it? Of course you do.