APS Books is co-hosting the UK’s biggest and best author signing event ever alongside the opening of the Commonwealth Games. The date is Saturday 16th July 2022 from 9am to 5pm in the amazing Banqueting Suite at Birmingham Council House (Victoria Square behind the Floozie In The Jacuzzi) followed by an evening’s fun and games for attending authors including Authors Afloat, an alcohol-fuelled narrowboat tour of a city with ‘More canals than Venice’.
We are now sold out but have set up a reserve list (for half tables at £45 each) because inevitably some pre-booked authors will drop out before the event – email email@example.com
Image by Jon Jones from ‘The Floozie In The Jacuzzi’ (APS Books 2019)
And then there were four…published in the series!
Another huge step forward for APS Books – our first ever hardback – a lovely job by Inky Finger Printers – silver embossing on grey cloth-bound hardcover. Really pleased with look of it and the content – a complete compendium of Andrew Sparke’s Verse. Only available direct from us at £15. See the UK Book Buy page.
Author warning! Talk to New Street Authors or the Alliance of Independent Authors or someone like us (firstname.lastname@example.org). Whatever you do avoid like the plague all the companies listed below which only exist to make money out of authors: AuthorHouse, Gatekeeper Press, Novum, United p.c., Austin McCauley, Tate, XLibris, America Star Books, Author Solutions, Archway Publishng, Westbow, Balboa Press, Delle Arte Press, Abbott Press, Lulu, Choir Press and many many more you’ll find listed under Self Publishing on every search engine going.
Four years work – over 160 titles. For copy email APSBooks@virginmedia.com
TV alert – BELLA IN THE WYCH ELM Yesterday TV 8pm Thursday 6th December – featuring Andrew Sparke, Pete Merrill, and Peter Douglas-Oborn. It’s one of six episodes in a new series ‘Nazi Murder Mysteries’ starting on 15th November – running order is .
1. HITLER’S NIECE 15th Nov
2. DUKE OF WINDSOR 22nd Nov
3. SERIAL KILLER IN BERLIN (The S-Bahn Murderer) 29th Nov
4. BELLA IN THE WYCH ELM 6th Dec
5. HERMANN GOERING 13th Dec
6. RUDOLF HESS 20th Dec
No publisher seems to have taken up the challenge of producing quality reprints of this brilliant man’s hilariously daft comedies. So three published this week and seven more on the way.