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Their Finest Hour and a Half

Over the years we have worked closely with many publishers, and assisted many aspiring authors in realising their dream of publishing their very own piece of literature. Many of the authors that we have worked with have gone on to achieve great success with some even having their books made into high profile films.

Lissa Evans is an example of one of said authors with her incredibly successful book ‘Their Finest Hour and a Half’ that has now been renamed and made into a critically acclaimed feature film starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy.

It's 1940. In a small advertising agency in Soho, Catrin Cole writes snappy lines for Vida Elastic and So-Bee-Fee gravy browning. But the nation is in peril, all skills are transferable and there's a place in the war effort for those who have a knack with words.

Catrin is conscripted into the world of propaganda films. After a short spell promoting the joy of swedes for the Ministry of Food, she finds herself writing dialogue for 'Just an Ordinary Wednesday', a heart-warming but largely fabricated 'true story' about rescue and romance on the beaches of Dunkirk. And as bombs start to fall on London, she discovers that there's just as much drama, comedy and passion behind the scenes as there is in front of the camera . . .

How can we help you?

We are here to help, just like we helped Lissa Evans and her publisher when she was publishing her manuscript. We offer a range of first class typesetting services. Working with the publishers’ production team, we act much like an in-house typesetting department.

We are here to ensure that your deadlines are met at your pace to take stress away from the publishing process and to allow for a more refined final product.

Whether you need assistance with Typesetting, Self-Publishing, or even ePublishing, Falcon are here to offer you the friendly and experienced support that you need.

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Contact us today via our site or alternatively give us a call on +44 (0)1580 766001 for more information on how we can help to remove the stress that holding you back from publishing your masterpiece.