Jobs & Opps
's (a.k.a. Alan C. Williams, Samantha Tonge, Linda Lewis et alia) Romance Anthology
By My Side
is published by Alfie Dog. (Available 17th June 2014)
Author Alan C. Williams has had his story 'Star Bright' selected for inclusion in the romance collection ‘By My Side’ . The collection brings together some of the best short stories from 20 authors across the globe.
's political thriller
The Barleycorn Project
is published by eBooks - UK. (Available From June 2014)
This is a fast moving, exciting but thought-provoking political thriller set in a dystopian Britain sometime in the future. Available only as an ebook on Amazon.
's short story collection (in Spanish)
Cuentos de la Azotea
is published in Amazon KDP. (Available Now)
Sweet, magical and deep short stories, flowing straight from the heart; then a peek into my intertwining thoughts with a few anecdotes from days of meditating and writing; and finally a poem in 13 parts, possibly just to make you smile...
Poems for Explosion
is published by Crisis Chronicles Press . (Available 26/2/2015)
The long-awaited publication of John G. Hall's Poems for Explosion in February 2015. This book features 60 pages of Hall's best poems, illustrated by Becky Mackay.Jack Hirschman says of Poems for Explosion, "These are 'letter rip' poems b
's (a.k.a. Barbara Godwin) Children's Story
Mr McMarvel's Amazing Machines
is published on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, iBooks, Kobo. (Available 31st January, 2013)
Tim is a keen young helper at Mr McMarvel’s workshop, and he’s desperate to learn how to make amazing machines. There’s Rupert, (Mr McMarvel’s robot,) the Unlock-Anything Machine, and the Grunts-Squeaks-and Scary-Noises Machine for starters. Not to mentio
's (a.k.a. Hannah Parry) Young adult historical thriller
is published by Hannah Parry. (Available December 2014)
Is your worst enemy the one looking back at you from the mirror? "Parry’s descriptions are as varied as they are rich, from the scents of Abhaya’s Indian healing herbs to the sounds of London’s bustling streets and the opulence in the British royalty.
's (a.k.a. Cameron Chalk) Fiction, life, romance
Trouble With Mickey (1) 'In The Beginning'
is published in on kindle. (Available immediate)
Born into the modern day evangelical faith, a parents betrayal of their son. The Harrison's shone as the caring vicar and vicar's wife but their scripted persona belied their self-righteous and merciless treatment of young Mickey.
's (a.k.a. Sozou-Kyrkou Konstantina) short story collection
Black Greek Coffee
is published in Troubador Publications. (Available 28 November 2014)
23 short stories set in rural 20th century (mainly) Greece. The collection draws a vivid, darker picture of life in Greece. The stories deal with the domestic violence, male domination, superstition and ignorance, the strong influence of religion.
Pen and Ink
's (a.k.a. J M Forster) children's and young teens' novel
is published by Scribblepad Press. (Available 22/7/14)
A psychological mystery book for older children (10+). Now available in paperback and Kindle ebook. To order in bookshops.
's (a.k.a. Rebecca Lloyd) Short STory
is published in Tartarus Press. (Available 26th March 2014)
Rebecca Lloyd’s new collection of sixteen strange stories, nine of which are previously unpublished, is made up of tales of unease with a sprinkling of the ghostly, menacing and fantastical. The stories inhabit the fragile space between fantasy and realit
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