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Tony’s novella approach to recasting old film classics

20 Apr

Leighton Buzzard Observer Article

Novella wins worldwide review

17 Apr

The following review of ‘Lunch With Harry’ has been posted by Jennifer in California on the website of the 35,000 member Girly’s Book Club. I just finished my most recent … Continue reading →

City Fiction signs new author

07 Apr

The Company’s growing activities are being bolstered by the recruitment of Oliver (“Olly”) Richbell. A lawyer specialising in Dispute Avoidance and Mediation, Olly has played a significant role in preparing … Continue reading →

Super review of ‘Lunch With Harry’

07 Apr

A lovely review from one of Tony’s regular readers. “I thoroughly enjoyed the piece and it was one of the rare occurrences where I really couldn’t put it down until … Continue reading →

Publisher Dave is on the move…

27 Mar

Dave and Carol Lyons have fulfilled their ambition by moving to the Shropshire Hills. Their new home in Church Stretton overlooks the Long Mynd range of hills near to the … Continue reading →

Congratulations to Michael Hudson

25 Mar

Congratulations to Michael Hudson (Company Secretary: City Fiction Limited) on his re-election as a Common Councillor for the Castle Baynard Ward in the City of London elections which were held … Continue reading →


20 Mar

Today sees the publication of ‘Lunch With Harry’, the first in a series of short novels inspired by memorable classics from the silver screen. Tony Drury’s novella transfers the iconic … Continue reading →

Chairman Tony is well guarded

08 Feb

Tony is, this week, attending the ICE Gaming Show at London’s Excel Centre. The show attracts around 25,000 visitors each year. As Chairman of Ganapati (Malta) Limited, he was there … Continue reading →

Latest review of ‘The Lady Who Turned’

25 Jan

A great review just in about ‘The Lady Who Turned’

Christmas – Japanese style

16 Dec

Judy and Tony attended the Ganapati Plc Christmas party last night at the Yokota restaurant in Camden town. The traditional cuisine was a mixture of fish and meats – Tokyo … Continue reading →

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