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Following the recent launch of The Full Bhoona, articles have been popping up in the press. Click here to read the full article! The Full Bhoona is the story of Glasgow’s oldest Indian Restaurant, The Koh-I-Noor; the Tahir family who founded and run it; the food they serve; and the generations of memories they have created …
Our roving reporter Alex Gordon tells us the good news that the Iron Horse pub is the venue for the launch of his latest book ‘Who Stole Sitting Bull?‘ on Thursday, November 16. It kicks off at 7pm. Heavens above! Would be great to have a catch-up with many friends. And, yes, there is a bar.
An honest and brave account of National Service in the 1950s. Brian Robertson spares no detail in his story, from simple farmer’s son to a Gordon Highlander.
A Gordon For Me is an entertaining and compelling story of one man’s experiences of the Armed Forces, and the true nature of international conflict.
What starts off as an exploration of the ecclectic nature of the army, takes an unexpected twist down the obediance, ruthlessness, and brutality of training and war.
This book is not a celebration of war.
For more information and to order go to: A Gordon for Me
Two Closes and a Referendum is an engaging tale of ordinary people in an extraordinary time. This novel brilliantly captures the growing excitement and fervour of the 2014 Independence Referendum that changed Scotland for ever, as ordinary citizens explored their identity and wrestled with the hopes and fears that surrounded the choice they were asked to make.
The novel has already earned serious praise from eminent Scots critics like Billy Kay, Linda Fabiani and Elspeth King.
A signed First Edition of this book can be ordered now from this website. It costs £9.99 +p&p and can be paid for by credit card card or paypal
For more information and to buy the book go to: Two Closes and a Referendum by Mary McCabe
Ringwood Publishing is a small publishing company which is looking to recruit additional board members with an interest in new Scottish writing and especially in giving young people publishing experience. The Board usually meets 4 times a year. If you are interested please send a CV to us by October 30 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerry Graham, author of the controversial new Ringwood novel Checking Out of the Hotel Euthanasia, signs copies of his book at the Edinburgh International Book Festival assisted by Assistant Managing Director Harley Griffiths. Ringwood has six other titles on display at the Festival.
Checking Out Of The Hotel Euthansia is being officially launched on Tuesday 22nd August at 7pm in the Iron Horse (upstairs Lounge) West Nile St, Glasgow. Admission free. All welcome. Come and hear for yourself as Gerry describes the background to and significance of his book
Ringwood Publishing is offering the opportunity to gain comprehensive management experience in publishing, as the gateway to obtaining a permanent full-time career in the industry. The successful applicant/s will be given responsibility across the whole range of publishing activity covering overviewing new manuscript selection; editing; proof-reading; copy editing; project management; distributing, launching, promoting and marketing …
Ringwood is proud to present its new upcoming novel Checking Out Of The Hotel Euthanasia by Gerard Graham.
Set in a near, quixotic future, the novel takes the reader through life’s ups, downs and (literal) blasts. It inspects the controversial matter of assisted dying from all sides and illuminates its sombreness.
Newly-converted Rab Lennon takes his Scottish underlings of the Catholic United Network for the Transgression of Sins on a journey from deep-fried Glasgow to alien Villadedino – the only country worldwide where euthanasia is legal. There, we encounter a variety of characters and a voyage of discovery of the human’s versatility and volatility begins.
Checking Out Of The Hotel Euthanasia is deeply satirical and not for the faint-hearted. But see for yourself and order now!