porcelain-ivory-towerOne of our most anticipated books of 2017, is set to be the follow up to 2015’s outstanding Porcelain: Bone China from Improper Books. Set to be released next summer, Benjamin Read and Chris Wildgoose’s Porcelain: Ivory Tower will pick up the story of Lady 10 years after the events of Bone China and will see Lady become a Mother. But if you can’t wait until next year to see what’s in store, you can check out a fantastic 12 page preview which you can find here.

BoneChina_coverIf you’ve paid attention to the site over the last few weeks then you might have noticed that we were rather fond of Porcelain: Bone China – the new book from Benjamin Read and Christian Wildgoose at Improper Books. Having regained some semblance of our journalistic impartiality, and packed away the porcelain puns, we caught up with Chris to discuss his amazing work on the steampunk sequel and to [hopefully] find out out more about the possibility of a third installment!

BoneChina_coverHot on the footsteps of their feisty fairytale fantasy Briar, Benjamin Read and Christian Wildgoose have returned to the book that made their name with the new volume of Porcelain: Bone China. After reading our retrospective review of Porcelain: A Gothic Fairytale, you should be ready to delve into this long awaited sequel, but will this follow up be another work of art or just a cheap imitation?

Porcelain_coverIt’s been a bumper year for UK indie publisher Improper Books with titles like Briar and Night Post being met with critical praise. So we look back at their debut book, Benjamin Read and Christian Wildgoose’s Porcelain: A Gothic Fairy Tale, to see if this delicate story is too fragile to stand up to the rigours of time?