Meet the Staff: Katie

Today you will get to know another part of Ringwood: Katie Brown, one of our talented Submissions Managers.  How did you come to work at Ringwood? I came to work at Ringwood when I was looking for a short placement as part of my Publishing degree and stayed on because the experience I was getting …

Good Reads for Football Fans

Good Reads for Football Fans

One of the most passionately discussed themes in Scotland is probably Football, and for a lot of Scots it is clear that football isn’t just a sport. Not only is it a rich cultural heritage of the country, football often plays a role in questions of religion, politics and a large variety of themes in …

Punctuation Day!

Punctuation Day!

Fun fact: today is Punctuation Day! The perfect day to value the work of proofreaders who hunt down every mistaken comma and every missing full stop to give the Ringwood books the final polish. Read about the experiences Ida, our Managing Director, has encountered as a proofreader: What is the most common mistake? Well, in …

Monday Mood = Strong Women

Monday Mood = Strong Women

Currently, thousands of women are fighting for equal payment in Glasgow. In support of these strong, independent women, we’ve gathered a couple of Ringwood titles with an inspirational female lead: In The Gori’s Daughter by Shazia Hobbs, Aisha is the daughter of a Kashmiri father and his Glaswegian mistress. They live together in a household with …

Meet the Staff: Ida

A lot of invisible hands go into producing and launching Ringwood’s quality books. We have asked all of them to write a few notes on their experience with Ringwood, so keep an eye on this website to get to know them all a little better! Today’s post is about our Managing Director, Ida Birch Kofoed: …

What is Tartan Noir?

What is Tartan Noir?

Calling Cards by Gordon Johnston is a gripping crime novel taking place in Glasgow. Three storylines are surprisingly interwoven and uncovered bit by bit through the novel; a campaign against a housing development proposal in Kelvingrove Park, personal and political corruption at the highest level in Glasgow City Council and the increasingly frenzied activities of …

Our Top Three in Glasgow

Our Top Three in Glasgow

Looking for a nice place to enjoy your new Ringwood book? In that case we have some suggestions: Our top 3 places to read Ringwood books in Glasgow! The Hidden Lane Tearoom This beautiful, creative Tearoom literally hides in a tiny lane branching off Argyle Street called “The Hidden Lane.”  The lane is known for …

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