Accent Press’s new version of Christina Jones’ Tickled Pink is spending its 15th day in the top 100 of the Amazon.co.uk Kindle store, outselling J.K. Rowling’s Cormoran Strike crime series (written under the Robert Galbraith pen name), and is at #9 in the chart already. We at Accent are over the moon about Christina’s sales; she’s a highly talented author and a wonderful person to work with. We truly believe that Tickled Pink is the perfect summer read!
Accent Press are now releasing new versions of Christina’s back list, with the bestselling Walking on Air just out and doing well. Stay tuned for new releases of Going the Distance, Jumping to Conclusions, Running the Risk, Stealing the Show, Summer of Love, Forever Autumn, and Nothingto Lose!
Marion Husband’s The Boy I Love Trilogy, called the “pinnacle of gay historical fiction” by Goodreads reviewer Erastes has recently had some great reviews from the Historical Novel Society.
Book one, The Boy I Love was reviewed by Ann Northfield who said the book “is character- and idea-driven rather than being action-packed, and the characters are particularly vivid and real. Although perhaps not the most loveable or nicest of people, they certainly remain in the mind after the book is closed as being fully fleshed and human.
Book two, All the Beauty of the Sun was reviewed by Barbara Goldie. Barbara said “The story is well researched and has lots of detail and emotion. It moves on at a cracking pace and keeps the reader’s interest so much that it could easily be read in one or two sessions.”
Book three Paper Moon was reviewed by Sally Zigmond who said “the writing is intelligent, and the emotions heartfelt”.
If you haven’t read the series yet you can buy them at the links below, and follow Marion on Twitter at: @MarionHusband.
“History is just one damned thing after another” – Arnold Toynbee
Behind the seemingly innocuous façade of St Mary’s, a different kind of historical research is taking place. They don’t do ‘time-travel’ – they ‘investigate major historical events in contemporary time’. Maintaining the appearance of harmless eccentrics is not always within their power – especially given their propensity for causing loud explosions when things get too quiet.
Meet the disaster-magnets of St Mary’s Institute of Historical Research as they ricochet around History. Their aim is to observe and document – to try and find the answers to many of History’s unanswered questions…and not to die in the process.
But one wrong move and History will fight back – to the death. And, as they soon discover – it’s not just History they’re fighting.
Follow the catastrophe curve from eleventh-century London to World War I, and from the Cretaceous Period to the destruction of the Great Library at Alexandria. For wherever Historians go, chaos is sure to follow in their wake …