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Spotlight First Novel Competition 2017

Spotlight First Novel Competition is our way of celebrating and encouraging new writers. This year’s winner is Kate Swindlehurst with her novel, The Station Master.

Spotlight Profile: Judith Millar

Spotlight showcases 2016 winner Judith Miller with her fantasy novel, The Four Kingdoms. She was mentored by SF/Fantasy writer, Liz Williams.

New Voices Competition

Have you got a winning idea?
Have you recently embarked on writing a novel?
Like some support in the early stages?

Debut from Mary Paulson-Ellis

Hot off the press, an evocative and intriguing debut from Mary Paulson-Ellis. Published by Pan Macmillan in 2016 as part of a two-book deal The Other Mrs Walker reveals the hidden world behind the closed doors of genteel Edinburgh. See...

Lament for a Siege Town by Clare Hawkins

Independent publishing continues to lead the way with targeted fiction and novels with strong local interest. Lament for a Siege Town by Clare Hawkins (Red Lion Books 2015) is set in Colchester during the English Civil Wars and comes with a ringing endorsement from a...

2014 Highlights

Until Our Blood Is Dry by Kit Habianic (Parthian Books 2014) is a big, dramatic novel set in South Wales during the miner’s strike of 1984. Former apprentice Wendy Storer’s young adult novels (Applecore Books) are now part of the pioneering Books on Prescription...

2013 Highlights

Over to the dark side this year, with two stunning debuts, a chilling psychological twister and a spooky supernatural tale for children. Hunting Shadows by Sheila Bugler (Brandon 2013) is already attracting praise from major crime writers, Ken Bruen and Cathi...

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