Friday Reads: Novels that broke the mould

The team at Impress like challenging and experimental reads, so this week we’re offering novels that broke the boundaries of genre and style.     Julian chose Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Blurring the lines between science fiction and comedy, Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy was first published in… Read More Friday Reads: Novels that broke the mould

The Impress Prize for New Writers: What do you need to enter?

Here at Impress, we’re looking for great ideas from unpublished writers that have been executed with precision and style. The idea should be original and there should be a strong justification of the sense of market. But what do you need to do to prove this to us A 6,000 word sample of your manuscript… Read More The Impress Prize for New Writers: What do you need to enter?

THE JOYCE GIRL by Annabel Abbs #CoverReveal

1928  Lucia, the talented and ambitious daughter of James Joyce, is making her name as a dancer, training with the most gifted performers in glittering, avant-garde Paris. When a young Samuel Beckett comes to work for her father, she’s captivated by his quiet intensity and falls passionately in love. Persuaded she has clairvoyant powers, Lucia believes her… Read More THE JOYCE GIRL by Annabel Abbs #CoverReveal

Impress Prize for New Writers 2016: Who is it for and why should you enter?

Are you a budding writer looking for a publishing contract? Enter the Impress Prize for New Writers for your chance to win a publishing contract. Here at Impress HQ, we’re celebrating the tenth birthday of the Impress Prize for New Writers. The prize was designed to discover and publish debut authors. This means that authors… Read More Impress Prize for New Writers 2016: Who is it for and why should you enter?