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Pen and Ink's (a.k.a. J M Forster) children's and young teens' novel Shadow Jumper 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.

  • purplemurph's (a.k.a. Glenn Murphy (illustrated by Lorna Murphy)) middle grade children Poo! What is that Smell? is published in MacMillan Publishing. (Available current)
  • A fascinating (and very funny) look at the five senses co-authored and illustrated by Glenn Murphy and Lorna Murphy.

  • pilgrimrose's (a.k.a. Rosy Cole) The Mustard Seed is published . (Available Now)
  • A children's play about Mary Jones, a Welsh girl of Georgian times who saved for six long years and walked 25 miles barefoot to obtain a rare copy of the Bible in Welsh. Her amazing story saw the British & Foreign Bible Society launched in 1804. This

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    GingerTom's (a.k.a. Colin Garrow) Novel Mortlake is published in Smashwords. (Available 15th November 2015)
  • Mid-range, 9-12 yrs. Felch is back, and this time he's determined to get what he wants - whatever happens. But Tom and his friends have other things on their minds - Elizabeth has disappeared...

  • bewleybooks's (a.k.a. Kaye Bewley) Fiction/Romance For the Love of Sweet William is published on 6th September 2015. (Available Pre-order on Amazon from today)
  • Sample chapter download available from www.BewleyBooks.com For the Love of Sweet Williamis a fictional tale about Heather who creates a dream-boat boyfriend in order to escape the reality she actually lives - until she’s forced to acknowledge it.

  • Annecdotist's (a.k.a. Anne Goodwin) literary/commercial/LGBT novel Sugar and Snails is published by Inspired Quill. (Available July 2015)
  • A poignant journey from Diana’s misfit childhood, through tortured adolescence to a triumphant mid-life coming-of-age that challenges preconceptions about bridging the gap between who we are and who we feel we ought to be.

  • euclid's (a.k.a. JJ Toner) Pre-war detective short story ZUGZWANG is published in Amazon Kindle and Smashwords (for other eReaders). (Available 7 April, 2015)
  • Germany, March 1933. Hitler and the Nazi Party have swept into power. In Munich, Kommissar Saxon of the civilian police force is hunting a brutal killer that stalks the streets of the city. But the shadow of the SS hangs over the investigation.

  • John G.Hall's Poetry 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

  • Issy'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

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    Bob CurbyEvery Success has a Beginning
    Every Success has a Beginning - the Official blogsite of Bob Curby, write, editor and publisher. Here you will find excepts from existing books, notes about future books and links to buy my books from AMAZON, paperback or digital for the Kindle readers. <...
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    Whether you've got a deadline to meet or not, the act of sitting down and writing every day isn't the easiest of routines to stick to. And while the reasons we come up with for not working on that novel/play/story/poem are pretty much limitless, t...
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    When I first came across this book, browsing in the National Portrait Gallery shop, I loved the idea behind it.

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