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An abandoned house, a weary partisan, an advancing German patrol... An Untouched House by Willem Frederik Hermans (tr. David Colmer) is the classic wartime thriller that'll have to glued to the page. Just 99p today!
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Pushkin Press May 29
It's a tale of magic and mystery in today's daily deal! Emily Bain Murphy's The Disappearances is the Waterstones Children's Book Prize shortlisted story of love and loss - and finding the truth even when it's hard. Grab it for just 99p today:
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Pushkin Press May 28
Available to listen now: appears on 's Bookworm podcast with Michael Silverblatt. The Heart of a Stranger: An Anthology of Exile Literature, ed. by André Naffis-Sahely, is out now.
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Pushkin Press May 28
Going fast! and are hosting an incredible event with Mazel Tov author JS Margot, activist and actor and advisor on Netflix's Unorthodox at 8pm on the 14th June. Get your tickets now:
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Emma's Biblio Treasures May 26
Thank you for this copy of The Majesties. I'm so excited about this book and am in love with that gorgeous cover 🦋 Published August 6th
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Pushkin Press May 28
Replying to @PushkinPress
Tips/advice - short, well-crafted pitch that makes clear what's special/different about your book and why you're the one to have written it if non-fiction. If fiction it's all in the writing and story really...
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Pushkin Press May 28
Thank you for this DM: 'I was wondering if you have any advice or tips for aspiring writers/students and ways they can go about getting something they have written published or ways to pitch an idea to publishers.' Well...
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Pushkin Press May 28
Replying to @DistractedFlick
Thanks Felicity! For better or worse - mostly better! - there's no since to it but a lot of luck including timing and yes there is room for publishers outside of London - now more than ever!
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Pushkin Press May 28
From the DMs... 'I research dying and death. Is this a terrible time to be trying to get a publisher for my book? Genuine question!' asked . I'd say publishers are as interested in good stories and important subjects now as ever or similar.
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Pushkin Press May 28
Replying to @giantstories
Ha, good one. You can see all that we're 'pressing' at Pushkin @
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Pushkin Press May 28
Replying to @VMarybury
Nearly all our books are printed in the UK so no change there. We'll keep printing a few (colour ones) in Europe & the Far East
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Pushkin Press May 28
Well, it's been a quiet afternoon so I'm bidding you adieu. But please do still feel free to tweet or DM ?s or email them to books@pushkinpress.com @ any time
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Pushkin Press May 28
Replying to @Bind_Assassin
@ Pushkin The Letter for the King by Tonke Dragt and books by Teffi as well as No Place to Lay One's Head by Francoise Frenkel. @ Penguin Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada
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Pushkin Press May 28
Replying to @lauramacaulay
Working in a bookshop I reckon which I did very happily in high school @ Politics & Prose in DC. Probably what led me to publishing in the 1st place!
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Pushkin Press May 28
All questions welcome whether about books, publishing, recommendations, etc. Even if you're enjoying the sunshine feel free to ask anything at al!
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Pushkin Press May 28
Hello! Adam here, Publisher & MD @ Pushkin here to answer any & all questions
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Bluebird Reviews May 28
Who else is obsessed with Kindle deals?! I check the Kindle store every day for new offers and I’m constantly amazed at all the 99p eBooks! I think I’ve bought every daily Kindle deal so far! 📚
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Paul Burke May 27
This light but intelligent historical crime novel augers well for The Inspector of Unexplained Deaths series.
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Hive.co.uk May 28
This , we'd like to know what your favourite book as a child was? 📖
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Pushkin Press May 28
Come and have lunch at the , where Adam Freudenheim will be answering all your publishing questions, and giving out a recommendation or two. Leave your questions in the replies or using the hashtag , or join us here at 1.30pm.
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