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BRAND NEW: THE PETULANT OWL AND EVEN MORE NONSUCH POEMS – FLORENCE REMMER

THE MUCH ANTICIPATED THIRD COLLECTION OF CHILDREN’S POEMS Click here to contact us for your review copy now Towards the end of July last year Florence Remmer contacted us via our web site saying that she had children’s poems and stories that she would like to see published but didn’t know how to go about…
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OUT NOW: KINDNESS, KALE AND KETTLEBELLS – SUDHANA SINGH

REVIEW COPIES AVAILABLE NOW “A poignant and evocative story told from the perspective of a person with a deep spiritual understanding of different cultures, with a love for South Africa and England.” – Nerusha Naidoo, Secretary: KwaZulu Natal Legislature, South Africa “I believe in a culture of non-labels. I am not a woman, British, South…
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SHIFT HAPPENS – MARGOT GENGER

“This is a bare-knuckle truth of the soul, told with humor, humility and excellent craft” – Bob Olofson In 1979, out of desperation to escape the confines of her small, northern California town, Margot Genger breaks every rule of her social class, gender and upbringing to become a long-haul truck driver. Shift Happens is a…
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JUST RELEASED: LOOSELY CONNECTED – JENNIFER FREELAND

“What a great insight into life in the Crown Prosecution Service! Thoroughly enjoyed following this plot to its conclusion… If you like your crime dramas with twists and turns it’s a must read.” – Heather Offer When Thommi Carmichael, a gifted lawyer working for the Crown Prosecution Service, finds herself the victim of a terrifying…
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To Thine Be the Glory – Angela D. Martin

Angela Martin’s memoir, To Thine Be the Glory, describes her background, early family life and her changing thoughts on Christianity as she moved into adulthood. The book recounts her early relationship with God, how she lost this connection but later regained contact, and covers her life up to the time of her baptism in 2012….
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COMING SOON: WE DON’T GROW ON TREES – HWNEILD

ARC’s AVAILABLE NOW Jonathan, a confused mathematical genius and skilled computer hacker with a potentially bright future, wakes up to realise his life has fast spun out of control. He finds himself in the brutally real world of Rooksdown Lodge, a secure psychiatric unit. He instantly bonds with fellow patient, the charismatic and vulnerable Hal….
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How to Write Your Awesome Author Bio

How to Write Your Awesome Author Bio A great author bio is often overlooked. We see countless Amazon sales pages that lack a well considered and detailed author biography. You may wonder why an author biography is important? Well there are a number of reasons as detailed below. Non-Fiction If you are a non-fiction writer…
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A TIME TO GROW UP – LARADA HORNER-MILLER

“Her poems touched my heart and helped me realize that I’m not alone in my grief.” – Kathleen Pitt When Larada Horner-Miller’s father died in 1996, her mother told her, “Everyone grieves in their own way.” Horner-Miller took these words to heart when her mother passed away in 2013. She discovered that writing poetry was…
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Shrouded Truth – Reena Kumarasingham

“The me that I was when I opened the front cover was not the same as the me that I was when I closed the back” – Fastgrrrl Shrouded Truth takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the past life memories of souls who experienced lives during the Biblical period. Emotional, and at times dramatic,…
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