Much-loved children's author Philip Caveney will be continuing to write his popular children's fantasy books here at Book Guild. Max, the talking Buffalope from the bestselling Sebastian Darke series, takes centre stage in a thrilling prequel - "A Buffalope's Tale". Full of the same wit, mordant humour and swashbuckling adventure that made the Sebastian Darke s
A delightful day of signings took place on board the historic Keith and Dufftown Railway at the end of September. Book Guild author William Bleasdale - railway man and self-confessed trainspotter - busily signed copies of his book Footsteps of the Celts by Rail for the intrigued passengers.
A number of former BBC TV News colleagues and football referees were in attendance at the launch of distinguished journalist and broadcaster Bill Hamilton's book Man on the Spot at Waterstones St Albans. His engaging memoir, published this month, leads us from his humble beginnings as cub reporter through to his time as Foreign Correspondent for the BBC, a role which
The launch party for The Big Book of Gaydar (Uncut!) took place in Soho's Profile bar, and was well attended by the bright and the beautiful in London, including pop star Will Young. The Book Guild August title has already secured a front page feature in the Times, and has set chins wagging about who the mysterious author JockBoy 26 could be. The elusive scribbler was i
Book Guild author Claire Blinko moved up to the remote and beautiful Black Isle area of Scotland, and it is from there that she gained the inspiration to write her forthcoming children's book It's Friday! - a magical adventure for first time readers that reflects her keen interest in wildlife and the natural world. Claire now lives on a farm with her partner, four r
We are delighted that CALL THE HANDS by Roger Paine has been shortlisted for the Maritime Media Awards. These awards are given to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to maritime journalism, maritime literature or media documentaries. The winners will be announced at the Awards dinner attended by Lady Mountbatten, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, First Sea Lord and senior
Book Guild author Mary Edmonds will be talking about her forthcoming book, "The Roving Wrinkly" on ITV's popular magazine show This Morning on 29th September. Viewers can tune in and see Mary chatting, telling her travel tales and talking about her exciting life experiences.
On a more personal note, the Book Guild is delighted to announce a happy event! Annie Stewart, author of delightful children's book The Adventures of Wilf, has just announced her engagement to the Manager of her local Waterstones. Cupids arrow found its mark during a book signing at the store. Here at BG we like to think that all our authors live Happily Ever After....