Events & Publicity
Publicity Update for Constable & Robinson: Books and EbooksFriday 2nd Nov 2012
Tom Cutler, author of Slap and Tickle was interviewed on the Macaulay and Co show on BBC Radio Scotland.
Brilliant review of Slap &Tickle by Tom Cutler in We Love This Book 'frequently hilarious...'
Slap and Tickle was also reviewed by the Romney Marsh, Ashford and Folkstone Herald.
Anton Du Beke has the following extra interviews to promote B is for Ballroom: BBC 1, Saturday Kitchen Live on 28th November; BBC Radio 2 Steve Wright show on 8th November; and BBC Radio 5 Richard Bacon radio show on 14th November.
A fantastic review of B is for Ballroom in Candis – ‘This book will whisk you off your feet into a world of sequins, spangles and top hats, even if you’re still wearing your slippers!’
Anton Du Beke was interviewed in Mature Times, featuring his book B is for Ballroom.
More interviews with Stephen K Amos for I Used to Say My Mother Was Shirley Bassey in The Guardian, Brighton Argus, The Tab Cambridge, This is Bath and on RTE1.
The Times Literary Supplement reviewed Sabres on the Steppes by Sir John Ure.
The Art of Being Middle Class by Not Actual Size was featured in Grazia.
Sainsbury’s Magazine featured Brilliant Biscuits by Pamela Giles.
Dale Pinnock’s Medicinal Cookery was featured in a lovely article about foods that heal in Essentials.
A great review of Black Box by Jennifer Egan in Tatler – ‘You too will be seduced.’
Nigel Cawthorne’s A Brief Guide to James Bond was featured in the Oxford Times.
Michael Paterson’s Stately Homes was reviewed in the Dover Express
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Mystery People E-zine reviewed five of our crime books:
Cold Comfort by Quentin Bates – ‘likeable, efficient, humourous’.
Carola Dunn’s Gone West – ‘warm and entertaining, with interesting plots, and above all great fun.’
Tooth for a Tooth by T.F. Muir – ‘a stunning edge-of-your-seat climax.’
Sworn Secret by Amanda Jennings - ‘a page-turner which makes the reader ache to know the outcome.’
Cath Staincliffe’s Split Second – ‘Staincliffe’s writing is nothing short of brilliant.’