Tag: Birmingham

  • Disenchanted blog tour – Epiphany’s story

    Disenchanted is now available to buy, and to celebrate, we’ve had a blog tour. We’ve reproduced the story fragments used on the blog tour here for your convenience; all six make an entire short story. The blog tour stops were the ones you can see on this banner, and we’d like to thank those lovely bloggers who helped […]

  • Birmingham Readers Map

    Birmingham Readers Map Local authors Heide Goody and Iain Grant Birmingham Readers Map Local authors, telling stories about places that matter to you Have you ever wondered whether there are books featuring places in your local area? Birmingham Readers Map is a google map that shows you where stories are set, in and around Birmingham. […]

  • Collaborative book selling

    Pigeon Park Press had a table at the Birmingham Independent Book Fair on 12th April. We wanted to explore some of the ways that we might draw people in to look at our books, so we tried to make our table visually attractive and interesting in as many ways as we could. We made some […]

  • Collaborative Writing Workshop

    During Birmingham’s Artsfest, which is the UK’s largest free arts festival, Iain and I ran a Collaborative Writing Workshop. We were housed in the Council House, so we enjoyed some gentle background music from a guitarist performing in Victoria Square. The participants who turned up had a variety of expectations. Some were writers that we […]

  • Clovenhoof Reading in Waterstones

    On 8 September, Heide Goody and Iain Grant read from their new Satan-in-suburbia novel at Waterstones bookshop in Birmingham. The event, part of Birmingham’s Artsfest weekend, was well-attended and followed by some book signings and a photo opportunity. Clovenhoof (not available in Waterstones at the moment, oddly enough) is available to buy on Kindle or […]