Keep the 15th December clear for a Launch not to be missed

Ringwood is excited to announce the launch of Charlie Sharkey’s eagerly anticipated latest novel, The Volunteer in Sweeney’s Bar Pollokshaws Road at 7pm on 15th December Charlie will be speaking at the launch and all books sold at the event will be signed personally by him. Admission is free and all are welcome. Fuller details …

Three Ringwood authors to appear at Ayr Book Festival

Ringwood are delighted to confirm that three Ringwood authors will be in attendance at the Ayr Writers Club Book Fayre in the Carrick Lodge Hotel on the 22nd November.from 11am-3pm . The authors are Alex Gordon What Spooked Crazy Horse  (a mystery novel set in Millport, the second book in the Charlie Brock series) Sandy Jamieson A …

An essential Date For your Diary 8th December 2016

The Date 8th December 2016 Time and Place     7pm in  upper floor suite, The Iron Horse, 115 West Nile St (city centre), The Event  The Launch of  What Spooked Crazy Horse? the eagerly awaited second book in the Charlie Brock series by Glasgow author Alex Gordon Admission is free and all are welcome. Well known …

Phil Dunshea is the new Managing Director of Ringwood Publishing

Phil Dunshea is the new Managing Director of Ringwood Publishing

Ringwood Publishing is delighted to announce that Phil Dunshea has been appointed to the full-time post of Managing Director, with effect from 1st February 2016.  After getting a First Class honours degree from St Andrews, then a Ph.D. from Cambridge University, Phil became a lecturer at Cambridge University in Medieval Celtic History. However his heart …

Great Joy (and a little wailing and gnashing)

Ringwood Publishing are delighted to announce that Laure Deprez, the talented young  Belgian who has been the Ringwood Managing Director for the last 15 months, has left Ringwood to take up a permanent post with Jacaranda, a rising London publisher,effective from 1st February 2016. Laure, with her calm efficient manner, her engaging personality and her great enthusiasm, has …

Ringwood author stars at New Lanark Book Festival

Ringwood author stars at New Lanark Book Festival

Author Jonathan Whitelaw, whose debut novel, the darkly comic family saga Morbid Relations, was recently published by Ringwood had the honour of opening the first New Lanark Book Festival a few days ago. Jonathan spoke fluently for around 30 minutes, without notes, and gave an assured, witty and informative presentation that held the attention of the …

Calling Card  Invitation to a great party, Thursday 13th February

Calling Card Invitation to a great party, Thursday 13th February

A good book, great company, a fine venue, a well-stocked bar, famous Scottish writers – all the ingredients for  a great night’s entertainment and all available free to everyone available to come. Calling Cards, the wonderful  novel by debut Scottish author Gordon Johnston is being launched at a Grand Event from 7pm on Thursday 13th February 2014 in the Berkeley …

Vote Vote Vote for Paradise Road

Vote Vote Vote for Paradise Road

Ringwood Publishing are delighted to announce that Paradise Road by Stephen O’Donnell, the best selling Ringwood title, has been selected for the final shortleet for the  People’s Book Prize, Winter Quarter 2014. This prestigious prize is decided by the votes of the general public, so please vote. Paradise Road is an excellent book about the pressures …

Calling Cards     to be Launched 13th February 2014

Calling Cards to be Launched 13th February 2014

Ringwood Publishing are delighted to confirm that Calling Cards, by new Scottish author Gordon Johnston, will be officially launched on Thursday 13th February in the Berkeley Suite, Mitchell Street, Glasgow. Calling Cards is the first of the 8 books to be published by Ringwood in 2014 to be launched. Calling Cards is a fresh and …

Paradise Road wends ever onwards and upwards

Paradise Road wends ever onwards and upwards

Paradise Road, the novel by Stephen O’Donnell is an engaging and challenging look at the problems facing young men in modern post-industrial Scotland and in particular at their use of football, sex, drink and drugs to give their lives some meaning. The reputation of this book continues to grow in both critical acclaim and in …

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