Press Release for Book Launch

Source: Journalism.co.uk   British independent publisher, Accomplish Press who specialise in contemporary fiction, romance, literary and children’s books for the Black British and African diaspora market, are pleased to announce the launch of their exciting first contemporary romance novel, Nothing Comes Close. Nothing Comes Close explores the usual love story in a very fresh manner, employing lovely prose, suspense […]

Africa Book Club reviews Nothing Comes Close

Nothing Comes Close was reviewed by Dianah Ninsiima for Africa Book Club. To read the review, please go to http://www.africabookclub.com/?p=12100   Thanks, and feel free to share!

Book Launch for “Nothing Comes Close”!

Book Launch Party! Accomplish Press is pleased to invite you to our: Book Launch Party for Nothing Comes Close, a novel by Tolulope Popoola Date: 1st December 2012 Venue: Vortex Jazz Club, 11 Gillett Square, London N16 8AZ Time: 2pm – 6pm (prompt)  Meet the author, win a goody bag, have drinks and nibbles, enter our giveaway competition, have your […]

Book Trailer for “Nothing Comes Close”

You can now watch the exciting trailer for our forthcoming book, “Nothing Comes Close”. Click to watch it below, or on YouTube:     What do you think of the trailer? Let us know by leaving your comments below!  

Press Release – Accomplish Press publishes “Nothing Comes Close”

Accomplish Press Ltd. 26 York Street, London W1U 6PZ www.accomplishpress.com   PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mo Ajijola, Head of Marketing and Promotions Email: mo.ajijola @ accomplishpress.com   Love, Friendship, and Secrets in Debut Novel, “Nothing Comes Close”   Accomplish Press is pleased to announce the official publication of Nothing Comes Close, a debut novel by […]

The Kwani? Manuscript Project

Call for Submissions For at least 60 years the African novel has deconstructed, and even transversed, ideas and imaginaries of self, culture, society and nation across the continent. A self-reflexive continuum, shifting chameleon-like; a receptacle of letters, morphing through the cry of the griot, everyman’s diatribe, madman’s claim of truth or the politician’s manic address. […]

8 Basic Writing Blunders

Are you an aspiring writer? Have you started working on your manuscript, but you need some tips on how to improve it to publishable standards? Well, here’s a great article from Writers’ Digest. It will help any writer who needs help to improve their skills. Enjoy reading! http://www.writersdigest.com/writing-articles/by-writing-goal/write-first-chapter-get-started/beyond_basic_blunders

Neuroscience Shows Reading Fiction is Stimulating

An article on the New York Times website explains how reading fiction stimulates important areas of our brains: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/18/opinion/sunday/the-neuroscience-of-your-brain-on-fiction.html   Read more great books!  

Publishing’s Big Game of “Chicken”

Publishing’s Big Game of “Chicken” A change is happening in the publishing industry. But what’s holding back the majority of large publishing houses? Read this interesting article by author, entrepreneur and social media guru, Jonathan Fields here: http://tribalauthor.com/publishings-big-bad-game-of-chicken/

Ten Rules for Writing Fiction

Ten Rules for Writing Fiction A collection of rules and advice from different authors on how to write good fiction. Read the article here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/feb/20/ten-rules-for-writing-fiction-part-one