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An Unfolding Soul: Douglas Westcott’s latest novel to be published in September

1 August, 2018 in News, Uncategorized

Following the huge success of Douglas Westcott’s debut novel, Go Swift and Far – selling over 10,000 copies- Valley Spring Press is excited to announce that his long-anticipated second novel, An Unfolding Soul- a…

Case Study: Gordon Bloor

8 February, 2015 in News

Gordon Bloor writes under the pseudony Douglas Westcott and self-published his first novel, Go Swift and Far, with CPI. “CPI came by recommendation from another self-publishing author and also had…

Literature: Bloor Book Success

5 January, 2015 in News

Go Swift and Far, the locally written and produced novel all about Bath, has already been reprinted following strong sales. The book, which features real life Bath characters and is…

Enthusiasm, passion and sheer drive

19 August, 2014 in News

Mr Westcott has made Bath the backdrop to a cracking story of one man’s attempt to drag himself up the ladder from humble beginnings. Born in the wreckage of one of the few German…

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Douglas Westcott Exclusive Signing on the 20th of October

17 October, 2018 in Uncategorized

On Saturday the 20th of October bestselling novelist Douglas Westcott will be at Waterstones in Bath giving an exclusive signing from 1pm. Westcott has released two novels to date Go Swift…

An Unfolding Soul Launch Gallery

5 October, 2018 in Uncategorized

On the 20th of September 2018 An Unfolding Soul was launched at the Apex Hotel in Bath. The hotly anticipated second novel from bestselling Bath author Douglas Westcott follows the huge…

Reviews

‘A great yarn. Douglas Westcott is a natural storyteller who very successfully weaves Bath’s history into a page turning tale.’

Michael Symons

‘History, passion and big business – an awesome combination, powerfully written.’

Trish Traynor

‘Breathes life into the historical city of Bath – a must read!’

Andrew Foulkes

‘Westcott blows away the myth that Bath is the graveyard of ambition.’

Patrick McCloy

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