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No Angel Hotel new audio excerpts

7 May 12

We are pleased to be able to offer 2 new audio excerpts of our second publication, No Angel Hotel. Joyce Greenaway reads Chapters 1 and 10 of this passionate novel about an obsessive love affair. A reviewer said of this modern-day Anna Karenina: ‘Think of it as a Tolstoy novel with all the boring parts missing.’ For the full US Kindle edition review, click here. For more information about this novel, click here.

KTEP studio interview with author Anne Aylor

30 August 11

The National Public Radio Station KTEP, which is based in El Paso, Texas, wanted a second interview with novelist Anne Aylor about her book, The Double Happiness Company, which is largely set in the borderlands of the American Southwest. Hear her 14-minute conversation with presenter Mónica Gómez:

Author interview: National Public Radio

2 May 11

Multi-talented author and dancer, Anne Aylor, talks about her new novel, The Double Happiness Company, on KTEP, El Paso’s National Public Radio Station’s “State of the Arts” programme. Hear her 8-minute interview:

Radio interviews: The Double Happiness Company

3 March 11

Author Anne Aylor has been interviewed recently on BBC Radio Solent speaking about her new book, The Double Happiness Company. To hear further interviews on Manx Radio or Radio Talk Europe, click here.

Talk Radio Europe interview with Anne Aylor

6 February 11

Our first author interviewed about The Double Happiness Company, a great book club read.

The Double Happiness Co, Chapter 4, new audio excerpt

29 October 10

In this chapter of DHC, our debut publication, Katie Rivers, a ballet-mad teenager from a small town in New Mexico, comes face to face with the fierce Madame Feodorova. This demanding teacher has produced dozens of professional dancers, dazzling Katie who’s only studied with a cotton farmer.

This new recording of Chapter 4 features Madeleine Potter who has appeared in many films, including The Bostonians, The White Countess and The Golden Bowl. ‘Acrobat of God’ was directed by Tom Platten of Gilt & Grime. Recording engineer: Nico Bentley