This year marks the 6th year of Beul Aithris being in operation, and we certainly have a few exciting titles proposed for your reading pleasure this year.
Due for release in the latter half of February is our first foray into the very popular urban fantasy genre with Hyperboreans by Irish writer David Jordan. This is an engrossing read that takes us to another side of Cork, featuring magic, music and a pub crawl to defy all pub crawls. More information will be forthcoming very soon!
We also have slated for this spring the memoirs of life in the rural Pennines and all that it entails from the early to mid 20th century from Joey Swinback-Slack. It promises to be an engrossing read that brings history alive.
There will also be another installation of Miller Caldwell's popular Arran trilogy, in the summer which has followed in the footsteps of Douglas Adams five-part Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Trilogy, this one entitled Missing In Blackwaterfoot. Never a dull moment for PC Rory Stewart!
The latter half of the year takes on a mystery theme - August will see the publication of an Icelandic treasure hunt by Anjte Bothin and in the autumn we enter the realm of the hardboiled detective fiction and Tartan Noir with Keiran James' first crime novel with us.
Happy new year!