May 20th, 2009
From Salman Rushdie to Fay Weldon, copywriters who go on to write novels are two a penny. But what about planners? Their intellectual mastery of human nature should make them great novelists. That’s why we were so excited to hear about the debut novel by Robin Poynglass, Director of Warm and Fuzzies at a leading London agency. ‘The Wedding Murder Code’ is so titled because according to research, books with ‘Wedding’, ‘Murder’ or ‘Code’ in the title are more likely to be bestsellers. Poynglass argues that all three words together should create a blockbuster. But can The Wedding Murder Code live up to the hype and avoid ‘plannery’ language? We think the answer is a resounding yes – but judge for yourself with our exclusive excerpt… Click the link below to read.
Read an excerpt of The Wedding Murder Code (PDF)