The clocks have sprung forward and our third newsletter of 2023 has arrived, full of exciting news. We’re happy to share all of our upcoming releases and events and what our authors and interns have been up to.

Coming up this month, we will be celebrating the reprint launch of Carlos Alba’s novel, There’s a Problem with Dad. This will be at Hillhead Library on the 23rd April. Get your tickets on Eventbrite here.

Also this month, author Tom Ruxton will be giving a talk on the 26th April as part of the Moffat Museum’s exhibition, ‘The Moffat Ravine Murders – The Birth of Modern Forensics’ which is running until the 28th October. Check out full details of the exhibition at the Moffat Museum website here.

There are also more updates about our upcoming releases. The First of May by Brendan McLaughlin will be launched, you guessed it, on the 1st May at the Clutha Vaults. The first 200 orders of Brendan’s book get a free CD of songs written and performed by the man himself – so make sure to grab one by clicking here. Bodysnatcher by Carol Margaret Davison will be released on the 28th May. We are proud to be working with Glasgow Women’s Aid in the leadup to the publication.

March was a busy month! Read the full newsletter to find out more about Dundee Libraries Day, Sean Deamer’s event at Hillhead library, Flora Johnston’s workshop as part of East Dunbartonshire’s Local History Month and George Barnsley’s event on his novel, The Lanarkshire Police Chronicles and the Lanarkshire Police Historical Society.

The newsletter also included an extract of an extensive review of Saved From The Fire by Mark Gallacher, which can be found on the British Science Fiction Association website here. We also featured an extract of Megan Gibson’s interview with the short story competition winner, Maureen Cullen, discussing all things writing, books, and short stories. You can read the full interview here.

The Ringwood newsletter would not be complete without the latest edition of “Get to Know Our Interns”, which focused on Olivia Jackson this month. Olivia has been a member of the Ringwood team for almost one year and currently works as the Lead Editor and Assistant Chief Editor for two of our upcoming titles. The full interview is available in the newsletter, where you can find out Olivia’s professional background and her thoughts on the Scottish publishing industry.

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