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Publicity Update for Constable & Robinson: Books and Ebooks

Tuesday 19th Feb 2013

It’s been a big week for Susie Boniface, author of The Diaries of a Fleet Street Fox. She had her launch party at the Century Club last night with famous guests including Al Murray and Dawn Porter.  The piece in The Times revealing her identity was their most read story on their website on the evening of publication, and still near the top for several days after. 

She’s had great national television coverage, including BBC 2’s Newsnight and she will be on ITV’s This Morning on the 20th February.
Susie was interviewed live on the Richard Bacon Show for BBC Radio 5 on the 12th February in their main guest slot from 2.15-3.00pm. She was also interviewed on Valentine’s day on Women’s Hour for BBC Radio 4.

 Nick Higham will be interviewing Susie on Meet the Author, BBC News Channel, to run on Thursday 21st February.

 Kate Whiting from the Press Association is reviewing The Diaries of a Fleet Street Fox in her book column, which will be syndicated to all the regional press.

 Susie was interviewed by the editor of the Press Gazette.

Talk Radio Europe  will be interviewing Susie live on Thursday 21st February.

 Southend Echo will be running a Q&A interview this week.

 Susie is giving a talk to journalism students in Winchester at WINOL on the 5th March.

 Susie was interviewed by Brook Magnanti aka Belle de for the Telegraph online, read the interview here

A review has been confirmed for the Spectator by Harry Cole, of Guido Fawkes website, and is expected this week.

The Diaries of a Fleet Street Fox was reviewed in Emerald Street as part of a list of their favourite books about bitterness.

Susie did a live interview with Iain Dale on LBC and is being interviewed by her old workplace, the Plymouth Evening Herald, to run this week.

She also wrote a piece about divorce for the Evening Standard which credits and refers to her book.


A Treacherous Likeness by Lynn Shepherd was reviewed as part of a Historical Fiction Roundup in the Daily MailAn absolute must’

 The Mail on Sunday’s Live Magazine has confirmed a 2,500 word extract with illustrations for the 3rd March of The Human Game by Simon Read.

The Lady has confirmed that they are reviewing Lost & Found by Tom winter on March 8th.
Tom Winter has written an article on letter writing for We Love This Book and the Essex Chronicle.
Good Housekeeping have confirmed a review of Lost & Found for their April Bookshelf (issue available in March)
Foyles Online are using an extract from Lost & Found by Tom Winter on the 21st February.
The Simple Things magazine are running a short story by Tom in their March issue and Female First are running an interview with Tom Winter on the 21st Feb.


M.C. Beaton was interviewed by the Sunday Mail in a large feature.


Countryside magazine reviewed Martin Gurdon’s Doing Bird ‘An enjoyable, entertaining and often informative journey of Martin and Jane Gurdon’s experiences looking after chickens’


Emlyn Rees, author of Hunted, wrote a lovely first person piece on his route into writing for the Western Mail.


Sam Mills, author of The Quiddity of Will Self, is being interviewed by the Lancashire Writers Hub online in March.



Sarah Flower, author of the Healthy Lifestyle Diet Cookbook was quoted throughout an article on Weightloss Myths and Facts in You Magazine for the Mail on Sunday.

Everyday Lebanese Cooking
was reviewed in Happy Families Magazine ‘One of the best introduction to Lebanese cuisine that I have read’


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