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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE London May 2021 Publishing Push Announces new release: “Not Another Pair of Shoes” by marketing genius Alexander Novicov Purpose is something we can’t touch. Something we can’t buy. Something hard to explain. But when people put their heart and soul into something, we can see it and feel it. It’s an intangible […]

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Review by Divine Zape for Readers’ Favourite 5 STARS ***** “The Truth: The Greatest Cover Up in History by Robert Barry is a book that starts with an unusual premise. The author states that the Grail, this legendary religious relic that has been sought after for two millennia, does indeed exist. “Found in the capital […]

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“How can you not love a book about elephants?” Patricia Eroh INTRODUCING TWO DELIGHTFUL BOOKS IN THIS BRAND NEW SERIES In The Elephants and the Leaking Tap, Loco, Toco and Poco are having fun at a play date, but they will need to stop playing now.  There is an emergency at Toco’s house, but the elephants are clueless […]

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This is the first edition of 5×5 Sudoku for Beginners. Suitable for older children and adults who want to gain some experience solving these great 5×5 puzzles. With more volumes of puzzles to come and puzzles of a greater difficulty, this book will prepare you for what lies ahead. Contains 200 puzzles to challenge and […]

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“This was a endearing tale for me, I liked the flow of the story and the progression of characters as they entered the story and grew… A very good book.” – JA Armstrong “This book is an eye opening commentary of the morals and standards of the twenty first century.” – Caprice Telemachus  was a first place winner […]

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How organisations benefit from a culture of bullying and harassment and a practical guide on how to be a bigger Bully   “Intelligent, funny and passionately heart-felt. A book about work-place bullying for the twenty-first century.” Social critique and anti self-help manual this is a comic examination of how the work place Bully goes about […]

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“If you are seriously interested in the problem of oversupply of dogs, I would suggest you read this important essay.” – J. Stephens, animal behaviourist, Ireland ‘Barking up the wrong tree’ provides a thought-provoking examination of the misunderstandings surrounding animal welfare and challenges the way we think about the situation of our four-legged friends. Why […]

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“Very enjoyable and recommended!” – Suchea Contact us to obtain a copy of the book for review by clicking here. “Have recommended to friends, family and school.” – Elaine Martin Arvor is a dragon – a very nice dragon – but he has problems at school. He is bad at spelling, bad at games, bad at flying, […]

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“This is a thriller that satisfies on a number of different levels.” – John Paine On a cold January morning Reece Culver gets a visit from a woman seeking answers to the mystery of her mother’s disappearance. Intrigued by her story he agrees to help and soon travels to the mid-west to search for clues. […]

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It is no surprise to find that Cheryl Koevoet is a successfully published author, after all she has had quite the journey of a lifetime that lead to her writing! Cheryl grew up in Portland, Oregan before travelling to the sunnier south to study graphic design/communications in California. Many years before writing the Carnelian trilogy, […]

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