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Denise Greenwood

Bigging Up Littleborough – Denise Greenwood

It’s not the most famous of towns, but people as far apart as the United States and Russia are reading about Littleborough without realising...
The Little Angel by Rosie Goodwin

BOOK REVIEW: The Little Angel by Rosie Goodwin

When Kitty is abandoned as a baby on the doorstep of a childrens’ home it was a blessing for Sunday Branning and her husband...
Whitby by Dave Zdanowicz

A look at Dave Zdanowicz’s second book ‘More Yorkshire in photographs’

Despite winning the Countryfile Reader’s Choice award, having his work featured in The Sunday Times, on various television networks including BBC, ITV and Sky,...
boiler

For the love of old boilers

Phoenix Boilermakers a boiler making firm in Heywood established in1871 was where ex-boilermaker and engineer turned researcher, writer and photographer, Alan McEwen worked throughout...

Yorkshire author, Lynda Stacey’s highly acclaimed debut, House of Secrets out today

Stacey's Secret's Out We are delighted to announce that the paperback edition of Yorkshire author, Lynda Stacey's highly acclaimed debut, House of Secrets is out...
The Honey Trap

BOOK REVIEW: The Honey Trap by Mary Jayne Baker

By Mary Jayne Baker, HarperImpulse, Paperback, £7.99 BUY THIS BOOK Bingley author Mary Jayne Baker’s debut novel is a cleverly crafted tale with an unusual,...
From Jailer to Entrepreneur

From Strangeways to HM Prison Hull Paul Ward reflects on a thirty year career...

Growing up in Leeds in the 1960’s and 70’s in a working class family, Paul Ward followed the social norm for his generation and...
Secret Whitby

BOOK REVIEW: Secret Whitby

By Ian Thompson and Roger Frost Amberley Publishing, paperback, £14.99 Everyone likes a secret. Any anyone from the North will enjoy these revelations about one of...
Dacre Stoker

Dacre Stoker on the mysteries behind the writing of Dracula

Canadian author Dacre Stoker is the great-grand nephew of Bram Stoker, author of the classic Gothic horror novel Dracula. He is an authority on...
The Little Teashop of Lost and Found

BOOK REVIEW: The Little Teashop of Lost and Found by Trisha Ashley

The St Helen’s-born author, Trisha Ashley, catches the feel of life in Yorkshire despite now living in North Wales. The life of a baby...