A new year begins, September Publishing’s second spring. As books make their way from printers to the warehouse, we are putting the final touches to ebooks, and our marketing and publicity campaigns.
Next is How to be an Alien in England, Angela Kiss’s affectionate update of the George Mikes’ classic. A wry take on our national personality.
Published on St Patrick’s Day, 17 March, is Sharon Blackie’s If Women Rose Rooted – a powerful and beautifully written book about how women are inspired by Celtic landscapes and storytelling to rise up rooted, like trees.
Tickets are still available for the Times Plus event An Evening with Anthony Loyd, on 11 February, where he will reflect on his memories of Bosnian war of twenty years ago, which he wrote about in My War Gone By, I Miss It So, and discuss his recent return to the region.
Anthony will also be talking about his book on 7 March, at Words by the Water in Cumbria. Bruce Fogle will be there too on the 9th – talking about his childhood summers Barefoot at the Lake, by a slightly more chilly Derwentwater.
In acquisitions, Hannah has signed Christopher Nicholson’s first non-fiction title, Among the Summer Snow, which will be published in 2017. A magical, unique journey in search of summer snow patches in the Scottish Highlands which becomes a meditation on the lure of the mountains themselves.