Folsom Prison Blues Performed by: Alison Wahl, Brian Berggoetz #Folk

  Artist bio: Brian Berggoetz is based in Tucson, Arizona. His music could be described as a unique combination of different styles and in...

Popular Posts

The Red Winter Journey is Coming, Another Novel By Paul Rushworth-Brown

“A dark and dramatic prose of family and war that brings the realism of history to your imagination with little effort…a great read…”

RED WINTER JOURNEY is a story that twists, turns and surprises until the very end. If you like, adventure and intrigue with a dash of spirited love, then you will be engrossed by this tale of a peasant family, living on the moors of Yorkshire, unexpectedly caught up in the ravages of the English Civil War in 1642. This novel is something different that people have been waiting for and will be loved by those interested in historical fiction with a twist.

Beautiful backdrops and compelling action will play out before you as you are transported back in time. You will laugh, you will cry and be in awe of the twists and turns. The writing is very descriptive, the hooks very bold and is told in a way that places the reader in the time and place. So, now turn the page and step back in time to follow the Rushworths on their journey of survival in this bittersweet saga.

US NATIONAL TIMES - Rushworth-Brown's novels have been described as ‘historically accurate’ and 'very real'. Red Winter Journey is an adventure tale solidly grounded in historical fact. The book will appeal to readers of historical fiction in the style of Ken Follett (Pillars of the Earth) and Noah Gordon (The Physician).

Paul has been a guest on the ABC, the BBC and America Tonight with Kate Delaney. He has also been a regular on the Witty Writers Show with Beth Worsdell.

"Isn't it just so great when you find one of those books that completely drags you in, makes you fall in love with the characters and demands that you immerse yourself in its realm? This is one of those books for me. And I must issue a serious content warning: this book describes how life was like on the moors in the 1700s with a highly descriptive nuance. Proceed with caution if you are particularly sensitive as its truths will shock." The US National Times

Bradley Shaw
Shawline Publishing
email us here
Visit us on social media:


Email Publisher@YWPNNN.com

No comments:

Post a Comment