Young Writer Anthology 2016

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Worcestershire LitFest and Rotary’s 2016 anthology ‘Lucid’ – the Young Writer entries from the summer competition – is launched at competition sponsor’s venue, Titania, Security House on Sunday 4 December 2016.

Competition prizewinners will read their stories of up to 300 words based on the theme Utopia or Apocalypse. The prizewinners’ stories are the first in the anthology followed by entries selected by the editors.

At £5 +P&P you can get your copy direct from Black Pear Press here:

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On The Day Of The Dead

Black Pear Press Short Story Anthology 2016–On The Day Of The Dead

Anne Wilson is this year’s  winner  of the BPP Short Story Competition with, ‘On the Day of the Dead’ and Graeme Hall took second place with, ‘The Photographer.’ The anthology is now available–the perfect travelling companion.

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On The Day Of The Dead and other stories

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£6.50 +P&P

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If you wish to purchase multiple copies please contact ps@blackpear.net

Soon to be available via Amazon.

Hampshire Book Launch

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When Lissa Byrne inherits her grandfather’s house in the Malvern Hills, the hostility of disappointed relatives seems like trouble enough. The old man’s dying plea for her forgiveness is a mystery that Lissa cannot begin to solve.

Her cousin’s arrival forces her to think again. Kit Pevensey, her first love and once her closest friend, has been gone for five years and has regrets of his own; but their grandfather wrote to Kit just before he died, with a warning that Lissa is in danger.

As Lissa and Kit try to rebuild their relationship, events draw them ever deeper into their family’s troubled history. The race is on, from the Malvern Hills to the snow-swept coast of West Wales, to unearth the story of a lost generation before it’s too late; for the past can do worse than haunt your dreams and betray your most treasured memories.