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Independent Publishers: My Favourites

Whilst in new bookshops, I consciously try to purchase novels which have been published by independent publishers.  Without the existence of such presses, I would have missed out on reading an awful lot of captivating, thought-provoking, and memorable books, some of which have been instant favourites.   250 more words


The Art of Peeling an Orange - "Love and Lust"

The Art of Peeling an Orange by Victoria Avilan

This is a difficult book to comment on.

A woman is deserted by her fiancé the day they are to be married. 133 more words


Launching The Human Script in paperback!

We were delighted when exciting new literary website BookSmoke named The Human Script by Johnny Rich as their book of the year and even more delighted when they approached us about cohosting an event in London to launch the paperback edition. 161 more words


The Human Script is going on a blog tour!

That’s right. The Human Script is gathering up a band and some backing dancers and heading out on tour to some fantastic book blogs next week. 127 more words


The myth of the 'digital threat' and the real threat to the book

It’s no secret that we’re big believers in ebooks here at Red Button. We started out as a digital-only publisher, mainly as it was a cheap and easy way to get our books in front of readers while we established ourselves and built up some capital. 397 more words


The Dark Side of Working with Publishers

Specifically Small, Independent Presses

I’m a caring, sharing sort of person. I like to toot my own horn when I accomplish things, and give a nod to my friends when they do. 235 more words

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