A compendium of advice on different aspects of business writing, each chapter sets out a comprehensive approach to writing more effectively for business.
In Established, the Dark Angels collective discover how centuries old companies have survived scores of booms and busts, black sheep in the family and strange twists of fate.
The Good Messenger, John’s third novel, is set either side of the first world war. A coming-of-age and historical mystery story, exploring the layers of the past that shadow the present.
John’s second novel, was inspired by a true family story of Basque children evacuated to Britain during the Spanish Civil War - a tragic love story based on real history.
Leaves, John’s first novel, was set in 1970 London in a single street that witnesses decay, murder and changing relationships over the course of the year’s four seasons.
Room 121, a lively dialogue between John Simmons and Jamie Jauncey (with a foreword by Stuart Delves), is a true masterclass in writing and communication in business.
The world’s first-ever 15-author collective novel, Keeping Mum takes a dysfunctional family on a road trip with a body in the back of a white van – and secrets galore.
We, Me, Them & It is the first of John Simmons' trilogy The Writer's Materials. He looks at how we can write and use words more creatively and persuasively in business today.
Changing the way we think about writing for business, in The Invisible Grail John explores how language, words and storytelling can create and build strong brands.
In the last of the trilogy, John encourages us to rebel against jargon and corporate speak, engage our emotions as well as our intellect and put our personality into words.
The first of Jamie's two award-nominated Young Adult thrillers is set in a future Scotland where conflict is the backdrop to a heart-stopping pursuit through the Highlands.
In The Reckoning a young man uncovers something rotten at the heart of his island community and confronts difficult questions about who he is and where his loyalties lie.
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