My Lounge authors' picks

I recently launched a service for authors called Lounge Marketing. This page will showcase my authors' fantastic books. As you'll see there are established and debut authors across all genres. Discover a new book today.

One Cornish Summer
By Liz Fenwick

When Hebe receives a life-changing diagnosis at only 53, she struggles to make sense of what it will mean for her, her job and the man she loves. With memories slipping away by the day, she flees to the one place she has always felt safe and peaceful - Cornwall, and the house her family spent so many summers in.

The Best Boomerville Hotel
By Caroline James

Jo Docherty and Hattie Contaldo have a vision – a holiday retreat in the heart of the Lake District exclusively for guests of ‘a certain age’ wishing to stimulate both mind and body with new creative experiences. One hotel refurbishment later and the Best Boomerville Hotel is open for business!

Kaisa is an ordinary girl living an ordinary life in Finland, engaged to be married to a dependable older man. She has her future planned and is not looking for romance when she’s invited to a cocktail party at the British Embassy in Helsinki. Tall, dark and handsome, newly qualified Navy Officer Peter’s only ambition in life is to climb the ranks and see the world

The Water and the Wine
By Tamar Hodes

It is the 1960s and a group of young writers and artists gather on the Greek island of Hydra. Leonard Cohen is at the start of his career and in love with Marianne, who is also muse to her ex-husband, Axel. Australian authors George Johnston and Charmian Clift write, drink and fight. It is a hedonistic time of love, sex and new ideas.

Hampstead Fever
By Carol Cooper

In a London heatwave, emotions reach boiling point… Ex-con Dan has it all. The perfect job and a new baby with his dream woman. So why is he still an outsider? After surviving serious illness, Sanjay’s got his life back. Now he wants adventure. Where does that leave girlfriend Harriet?

Rosa Larkin is down on her luck in London, so when she inherits a near-derelict corner shop in a quaint Devon village, her first thought is to sell it for cash and sort out her life. But nothing is straightforward about this legacy. While the identity of her benefactor remains a mystery, he - or she - has left one important legal proviso: that the shop cannot be sold, only passed on to somebody who really deserves it.

A World Apart
By Mel Gough

Ben Griers is the darling of Corinth Georgia’s Police Department—intelligent, handsome, and hardworking. Thanks to his beautiful wife and clever daughter, Ben’s family is the envy of the town. Yet desperate unhappiness is hiding just below the surface.

The Sewing Machine
By Natalie Fergie

It is 1911, and Jean is about to join the mass strike at the Singer factory. For her, nothing will be the same again. Decades later, in Edinburgh, Connie sews coded moments of her life into a notebook, as her mother did before her. More than 100 years after his grandmother’s sewing machine was made, Fred discovers a treasure trove of documents. 

At twelve years old, Lev Parikian was an avid birdwatcher. He was also a fraud, a liar and a cheat. Those lists of birds seen and ticked off? Lies. One hundred and thirty species? More like sixty. Then, when he turned fifty, he decided to right his childhood wrongs. He would go birdwatching again. He would not lie.

1808. With the Peninsula in turmoil, Napoleon Bonaparte signs a treaty to dismember Portugal and put his brother, Joseph, on the throne of Spain. Meanwhile, Nicholas Renzi, the Lord Farndon, undertakes a deadly mission to stir up partisan unrest to disrupt this Napoleonic alliance with Spain.

Twice The Speed Of Dark
By Lulu Allison

A mother and daughter circle each other, bound by love, separated by fatal violence. Dismayed by the indifference she sees in the news to people who die in distant war and terror, Anna writes portraits of the victims, trying to understand the real impact of their deaths.

Three years ago the best murder detective in London is blamed for the death of his colleague and kicked out of the Met. A man with secrets buried in the past and present returns to London, the city that started the mysterious career which made him a billionaire. The two need each other. But they have no idea how much.

The Hand of an Angel
By Mark Brownless

Tom Boyand’s heart has stopped – he lies dead on a table. His colleagues wait to bring him back. A devoted family man and respected cardiologist, Tom is obsessed with the near-death experiences of his patients.  An obsession that's led him to this point.

Ashael is a hunter-gatherer woman, apprenticed to Bhearra, the healer and spiritual leader of their tribe. The Zanthar are invaders from another world who extend their own lives by stealing the life-force of everything around them. They have returned, looking for The Vessel, a being prophesied to hold the life-force of the land.

The Cost of Living
By Rachel Ward

When a young woman is attacked walking home from her local supermarket, Bea Jordan, a smart but unfulfilled checkout girl, is determined to investigate. Colleagues and customers become suspects, secrets are uncovered. While fear stalks the town, Bea finds an unlikely ally in Ant.

The Secret Deep
By Lindsay Galvin

When Aster wakes alone on a tropical island, she has no idea what has happened, why she is there, or where to find her younger sister, Poppy. Meanwhile Sam, who once met the sisters on a plane, makes links between the mystery of their disappearance and suspicious happenings in his own life.

Sarah's Shadow
By Nick Jones

If you could change something about yourself, would you do it? When Sarah Simpkins is teased about her shadow in the school playground, she finds herself wishing she didn't have one. That night she has the chance to make the wish come true. But will losing her shadow really make her happy?

The Strongest Mum
By Nicola Kent

Little Bear is sure that no-one is as strong as his mum. She can carry anything: his bike, Zebra’s shopping, Elephant’s carpet and even . . . Flamingo’s piano! And of course, there’s ALWAYS room in her handbag for Little Bear’s treasures. But even mums can get tired and need a helping hand sometimes, as Little Bear learns when Mum takes on one thing too many, with hilarious and heart-warming consequences.

What happens when you hit yourself in the face with an axe while gardening? Is Lars von Trier a cheap provocateur with an unhealthy interest in the mechanics of sex or a proper genius? Are grown men really frightened of tampons?

Want to be happier? The Happy Hero reveals the secret to feeling good by doing good. Packed with advice, stories and ways to change your life by changing the world.

Engagement is the big buzz word today: experts tell us we should be doing it, the research says people want it, and the companies that are doing it are growing from it - to the tune of 29.9% increase in stock price year on year. Find out how to make it work for you and your organisation?