Author Guest Post: Bryn Evans

So I wanna be a paperback writer’

When the Beatles released ‘Paperback Writer’ in May 1966, another No 1 chart hit for the ‘Fab Four’, teenager Bryn Evans wondered if he could become a writer. The Beatles’ hit song would stay with him, and over the years it symbolised a tantalising goal, to be a paperback writer.

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Meet the team: Jonathan Wright

This month we’re celebrating our 30th anniversary, which seems like the perfect opportunity to introduce you to some of our amazing team. First up we have Jonathan Wright! 

We’re social!

Catch up with Jonathan on Twitter: @jonw23

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Guest Post: Dilip Sarkar MBE – Johnnie Johnson: The Spitfire Ace of Aces…

Air Vice-Marshal James Edgar ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, a policeman’s son from Leicestershire, was the ultimate Boys’ Own Paper character: the RAF’s top-scoring fighter pilot and wing leader par excellence of the Second World War.

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Leading the Roman Army

Leading the Roman Army

As part of our 30th anniversary celebrations, we’re offering some of our latest eBook releases to download at the special price of only £3.33 each. Today’s daily spotlight eBook is a Pen & Sword Military title by Dr Jonathan Eaton: Leading the Roman Army – Soldiers and Emperors, 31 BC – 235 AD. Read on to find out more…

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Happy 30th Birthday to Pen & Sword!

Happy 30th Birthday to Pen & Sword! We are celebrating by offering an exclusive 30 per cent discount off all of our titles for 30 days, when ordered through our website.

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Some Desperate Glory

‘Some Desperate Glory’ by Edwin Campion Vaughan

As the anniversary period for the Third Battle of Ypres begins, Bookbub have featured eBook editions of Some Desperate Glory – The Diary of a Young Officer, 1917 by Edwin Campion Vaughan in their daily special offer email. We’ve compiled a few details and reviews of the book, currently only 99p for eBook download, to let you know why this book is a Great War ‘must read’.

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Guest Post: Dr Eugenia Russell & Dr Quentin Russell

A Study About Women’s Lives Completes Watford Social History Trilogy

This September a new social history study about women’s lives in Watford appears under Pen & Sword History. Struggle and Suffrage in Watford (1850–1950) by Eugenia and Quentin Russell is the first social history about women to be written specifically about Watford. It throws light on the lives, hopes and struggles of women in the Watford area (or South West Hertfordshire, traditionally served by the Watford Observer newspaper).

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Video: RAF On the Offensive

Pen and Sword author Greg Baughen has created the following video to promote his title RAF on the Offensive. Enjoy!

You can order a copy here.

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Audiobook Teaser!

We’re very excited to share a teaser of our new audiobook for ‘Enemy Coast Ahead’. You can purchase the full audiobook here.

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Ladies of Magna Carta – Blog Tour Round-Up

We’ve had so much fun organising and following the blog tour for Ladies of Magna Carta by Sharon Bennett Connolly.

We want to say a big thank you to Sharon for all her support in putting together the tour, her fascinating guest posts and for sharing news of the tour far and wide!

We also want to say a massive thank you to all the lovely bloggers who were involved. We’ve loved reading all your posts!

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