Fibonacci wins Award

Graham Wade’s recent novel, The Fibonacci Confessions, published by GRM Publications,  has won the best novel category and was voted as Book of the Year, best of all categories, in the 2011 David St John Thomas Charitable Trust Award, in association with Writers’ News and Writing Magazine, held on 11th May 2011 at Mary Sumner House in London.


The two awards included cheques for £250 and £750 respectively and a silver cup presented by David St John Thomas, DSJT Charity Founder and President of Writing Magazine. The panel of judges praised the book as ‘An outstanding publication and a brilliant piece of writing’.


The Fibonacci Confessions

Although Graham Wade has been publishing books on music and musicians for years, today his first work of fiction, a novel titled The Fibonacci Confessions has been published by GRM Publications.


The feedback so far has been excellent:

This truly beautiful and enchanting book takes the reader into a world of love, logic, adventure, genius, fantasy, and mystery. Lila Pancholi

A very accomplished, picturesque novel, full of romantic scrapes, maths, philosophy, and travel. Bill Swainson

A rich, deeply imaginative, intellectually confident historical novel. Will Francis

A story of discovery, adventure, romance, and betrayal, laced with delicious prose that enables the reader to savour the beauty of the English language. Chris Dell

The Fibonacci Confessions presents the intimately personal letters of Leonardo Pisano (also known as Fibonacci), mathematician, scholar and traveller, looking back over a lifetime at the follies of youth, travels in North Africa, Egypt, and Syria, the disasters of various amorous affairs, and his endless pursuit of ‘the numbers’ in a quest which leads to both glorious and tragic consequences.