An Interview with Katherine Langrish

You may have heard of our publication Seven Miles of Steel Thistles by Katherine Langrish. Here she talks about her fascination with fairy tales, which started at a young age. We’re sure you’ll be entranced, especially by the story in which modern women might have to resist the pull of the vacuum-cleaner!  

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Next spring’s books

A very exciting day today as two new YA novels have gone off to the copy-editor! We have signed contracts with Katherine Roberts (prize-winning author of I am the Great Horse among others) for Bone Music: the Legend of Genghis Khan and with John Matthews for The Sword of Ice and Fire, a very personal[…]

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We’ve got it covered

Here at the Greystones Press we take covers very seriously. We’ve been lucky enough to get Joe McLaren (http://www.joemclaren.com) to do the artwork on Mary Hoffman’s two new historical novels for YA readers, Shakespeare’s Ghost and The Ravenmaster’s Boy. Both have a paranormal element. Jess Lloyd-Mostyn worked wonders on the new artwork for the adult[…]

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The Celian Moment by Charles Williams edited by Stephen Barber

The first collection of Williams’s literary essays for over fifty years Charles Williams was the ‘third Inkling’, friend of C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien. His work was also admired by T. S. Eliot, Dorothy L. Sayers and W. H Auden among others. These essays have been gathered from books, pamphlets and periodicals[…]

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When she was Bad by Amy Lovell

It is almost by chance that Léonie Woodbridge finds out that she killed her sister – or did she? A murder mystery with a difference. It is 1980 when Léonie begins the search for what really happened thirty years before. Her hunt for the truth leads her to suspect everyone and nothing she has been[…]

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The Ravenmaster’s Boy by Mary Hoffman

Young Kit finds himself on a plague cart wedged between the bodies of his mother and father. But he is alive and is rescued and taken into the home of the Ravenmaster at the Tower of London. He soon finds he can speak the language of the big black birds, a skill which proves useful[…]

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