Friday Reads: Adaptations of stories you really need to read

In light of the very exciting news that Margaret Atwood is releasing an adaptation of The Tempest called The Hag Seed Impress HQ have compiled five of their favourite books based on adaptations of other tales.   The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood We’re kicking off with another Atwood novel. Although her earlier work had… Read More Friday Reads: Adaptations of stories you really need to read

Where Beauty Is: Behind the Discovery of Edward Fisher’s Notebooks – by Giles Ward

Edward Fisher was an art writer and journalist who throughout his career commentated on some of the leading names of the art scene of the seventies and eighties. Fisher never gained the same recognition as a critic as many of his compatriots yet, despite this, he managed to build an enviously close relationship with the… Read More Where Beauty Is: Behind the Discovery of Edward Fisher’s Notebooks – by Giles Ward

Friday Reads: 5 books that connect literature and mental health

With the announcement of the Young Minds Matter programme by the Duchess of Cambridge this week, the team at Impress HQ are discussing why literature plays such an important contribution in the dialogue about mental health and we’ve selected a few books that are worth considering. The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer Written… Read More Friday Reads: 5 books that connect literature and mental health

JUST SIGNED – Daughter of the Last King (Conquest Book I)

Impress Books has signed a trilogy of historical fiction novels called the Conquest series by popular historical fiction author Tracey Warr. This thrilling new series kicks off with Daughter of the Last King. Set in 1093, the three sons of William the Conqueror – Robert Duke of Normandy, William II King of England and Count… Read More JUST SIGNED – Daughter of the Last King (Conquest Book I)