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Customers tell us our unique critique service is superb at highlighting areas that need work, as well offering terrific value.

Plus, if you’ve used and liked our service, we offer a 5% discount for customers returning within 6 months. Handy if you’d like your revised work reviewed, or edited.

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Latest News
Fiction Feedback was proud to judge the national short story competition held by Chorley & District Writers’ Circle. Congratulations to winners Clare Marsh, Helen Anderton and Rosie Seymour for their stories on the them ‘Your Sins Will Find You Out’. The three stories are included in Aware, the annual collection of the Circle’s writing.
Enjoy the read.

Congratulations to Laurence Cooper
on the publication of his comedy-romp-political-satire George Valentine’s Retirement Plan. It was a great pleasure to work on editing this novel and it deserves huge success. If you enjoy something a bit wacky, with amazing, well-drawn characters and a story that has you gasping as you ride as a twisty rollercoaster, then this is for you. Set in modern-day England and with themes of music, politics, PR and criminal activities by a lovable pair of old rogues as well as Russian oligarchs and Bulgarian assassins, this will have you smiling at every page and desperate for more. Available in print or as an ebook.

Congratulations to Austin Hernon who has published his historical odyssey The Wayward Prince as an ebook through Matador. We have helped Austin with The Wayward Prince over a long time and it’s tremendously exciting to see the work finally come to fruition. The prince of the story is Robert Curthose, Duke of Normandy, the eldest son of William the Conqueror. He never became king of England – but he did lead a fascinating life; on the battlefield, in political shenanigans throughout continental Europe, England and Scotland, and with a number of feisty ladies between the sheets. Meticulously researched, it reveals a man history has tried to gloss over ever since William Rufus took the English crownn. read more>

Good news too for Fiction Feedback customer David Rashleigh. His thriller Mindblower is now published on Amazon as an ebook.
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Fiction Feedback provides editing to Open Circle Publishing and we’ve been delighted to edit two amazing thrillers, Due Diligence and
Proceeds of Crime by talented writer DJ Harrison. read more>

iNation by James McAllister
An exciting and intriguing premise about how modern day technology in the hands of innovative people could revolutionise the world as we know it. And we mean revolutionise! This book is available for Kindle.

Where the Truth Lies by Margaret Tomkins
A collection of short stories to entertain, amuse, outrage – and make you think. We love it. Matador Fiction. This book is available for Kindle and as a printed hardback.

The Confessions of Becky Sharp by David James
A prequel and sequel to Thackeray’s famous Vanity Fair. A raunchy and very agreeable read that will delight any fans of the sexy nineteenth
century adventuress. Pride & Prejudice it ain’t!
Published by Vanguard Press, this book is available for Kindle and as a printed paperback.

It Happened in Paris by Molly Hopkins
The story of Evie, a madcap heroine who finds herself in charge of a coach tour to Paris. Given that Evie has great difficulty taking charge of anything, from credit cards to her
sister’s children, we’re in for a rollercoaster ride…
Published by Sphere (Little, Brown), this book is available for Kindle and as a printed paperback.

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