Bite-Sized Books March 2023 NEWSLETTER

Welcome to our March 2023 newsletter As a keen follower of Bite-Sized Books you’ll have been anxiously waiting to hear what we’re up to. Well here goes… On the business side of our business we’ve opened up our geographic reach with Barnes & Noble in the United States. Amazon already distribute for us there but, how shall we put it diplomatically, not everyone’s a fan of Amazon. Our first B&N book is Ryan Bernsten’s wonderful political travelogue - more of which later. And we’re venturing into audio books....

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The Power of Management - Mastering the Conditions for Culturework is the second book in the series ‘Stories from the Edge’ following on from The Power of Organisation. Authors Mike McMaster and Adrian Brown write… The business world, from the largest corporations to the newest start-ups, is faced with a mind-boggling paradox. How can leaders and managers maintain control of their business while giving their people the freedom to be truly innovative?  In recent years, it has become more apparent that our existing...

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Fresh political voice Ryan Bernsten traveled to all 50 states to answer the question: Is America as divided as it seems? Publication date:  28th March, pre-order Ebook on 28th February  PRESS RELEASE Offering a fresh perspective on U.S. politics, American national and Oxford University Masters graduate Ryan Bernsten’s book 50...

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Former Times executive Liz Gerard unpicks the Daily Mail’s recent political leadership coverage amid talks of a Liz Truss comeback

Liz Gerard’s newly published book, Trussed Up, chronicles how The Daily Mail tied itself in knots over the Tory leadership – from the demise of Johnson, through the catastrophe of Truss, ending in Sunak’s coronation.  The Daily Mail is the newspaper Tory MPs respect and fear. But what happens when the paper loses the plot? Outraged that Boris Johnson was forced out in July 2022, the Voice of Middle England pulled out all the stops to make sure the Tories installed Liz Truss as PM. She lasted six weeks before...

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Welcome to our November 2022 newsletter

COP27 is upon us, and if you didn’t make it to Sharm El-Sheikh, you can still ‘do your bit’ by reading four important books we’ve published relating to climate change. They’re refreshingly positive and packed with suggested practical steps. And, don’t forget, our books cost less than a cappuccino in Harry’s bar in Venice. And, as we always like to add, the beauty and practicality of a Bite-Sized Book is two-fold: they’re shorter, so can easily be read in one sitting. And secondly, once read, they are splendid at...

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Bite-Sized Books author Farrokh Suntook’s article in the influential EASTERN EYE publication.

They write, ‘In his debut novel The People We Know, London-based author Farrokh Suntook has told a compelling story of a Sikh woman who finds her life transformed after a shocking discovery about her Parsi husband and a chance encounter with an English couple’. Building on the author’s love for literature, the story, set in India and London, deals with a unique subject and culminates in a totally unexpected denouement. When asked to select his top 10 books, the talented writer said: “It’s difficult to choose just...

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A comprehensive theory of the nature of the force which causes what we sense as gravity has always been elusive. So far Newton and then Einstein have served us well to quantitatively predict what we observe happening under most conditions. However, early-on trained in physics and engineering and now a tech industry veteran, Jan Loeber, has today published an important book entitled, The Radical New Theory of Gravity - Disrupting Our Understanding of Our Place in the Cosmos, which draws upon the pioneering work by...

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Bite-Sized Books signs partnership agreement with Copper Coin Publishing for India distribution

Bite-Sized Books, the fast-growing UK publishing house, has formed a partnership with Delhi-based Copper Coin Publishing to facilitate book production, printing, and distribution throughout India. See published release:

The first book to be published under the new agreement will be acclaimed author Farrukh Dhondy’s The Hawk and Hyena: What Really Happened to the Serpent, a blockbuster that carries forward the story of serial killer Charles Sobhraj, the subject of the 2021 Netflix/BBC 8-part mini-series.

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Farrukh Dhondy and Bite-Sized Books announce publishing, TV & Film agreement

Acclaimed novelist, television executive and screen writer Farrukh Dhondy has signed publishing company, Bite-Sized Books to publish his latest book: Hawk and Hyena – What Ever Happened to The Serpent, and to commercialise the TV and film rights. This is the remarkable, almost unbelievable, true story of serial killer Charles Sobhraj which adds radical and revealing new information to the story recently portrayed in the worldwide hit BBC/Netflix television series The Serpent.

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