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Gerry Wells published Catching the Moment in 2018 when he was 92 years old and almost blind. The book is a collection of 147 individual ParaShots, which Gerry had written over several years. Each one describes happenings in his well-lived and well-loved life, from a fleeting thought to portraying a more significant event. Contact us […]

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” One small non-denial of a lie places Leo & his best friend at the centre of a string of unusual, funny, morally questionable and sometimes dangerous situations. Relationships are at the story’s heart… Interwoven with jealousy, celebrity, delusion and the weird way people behave if they think you’re minted… it’s fun and full of […]

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COMING SOON Becca Johnson is a successful marketing manager who has her life stylishly mapped out, until one day her mother is unexpectedly admitted to hospital. Late nights, stress and a rediscover sweet tooth lead to her once elegant thin frame transforming into a large cushion of comfort eating and the pounds pile on. Things […]

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The life of a healer and exorcist. From the time Garo Dedeyan was a child, he knew he was different.   He finds himself in communion with Spirits who prepare him for his life mission as a healer and exorcist. After extensive personal development and guidance from his communicators, Garo learns to conquer his own […]

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A window on a more carefree world Confessions of a Hitch-hiker by Adrian Reid is the story of George and Hardy who meet in the South of France in 1966. Living to the beat of the Sixties, the teenage girls hit the road, hitch-hiking around Europe and Morocco. The late author met the two hitch-hikers […]

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A snapshot of eighties tomfoolery Artmo23 Funny and endearing stories from growing up in Belfast and family life to the motorbike adventures in recent years and Michael’s insights to life in general. Enjoyable and thought provoking. Beverley Campbell Bikes, Cars and Thoughts from Mars is Michael W J Wilgar’s evocative and refreshing memoir that’s a […]

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Pearl Argyle’s first collection of short stories is an unashamed celebration of visceral experience.  Sensuous and richly described, these stories are a lyrical love letter to Paris, to London, and above all, to physical pleasure. TO REQUEST A REVIEW COPY OF SEVEN NIGHTS IN MARIGNAN, CLICK HERE Early April; a weak sun bleaches the sky […]

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British West Wing meets the Jason Bourne stories. Extremists target Britain, its Prime Minister and its institutions. The war on terror is brought to our doorstep in this explosive new thriller by one of the UK’s most widely published writers. “I never can resist a book that involves my ex-work, some are good, this was […]

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“My name is Tony Trev Baker, and I live in a town called Retford in Nottinghamshire, UK. I prefer to be called Trev. I am a C4 Tetraplegic, which means I broke my neck, four vertebrae from the top. This happened on New Year’s Eve, 1999. I use a powerchair for mobility, and I live […]

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One Man.  Two wheels.  Nine Countries.  Twenty-nine days. WORLD RECORD attempt cycling unsupported 6,292km across Europe When James McLaren saw a shiny blue bike at age thirteen, it was love at first sight. Two years after buying it, he cycled two hundred miles from Canterbury to Portsmouth along the southeast coast of England. He enjoyed […]

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