Jobs & Opps
is published in . (Available Now)
In James Graham’s new collection we find poems that capture places from the ‘scrambled heart’ of the city to the haunted stone circle on the moor; poems that travel in time, looking into the ‘darkness at both ends of time’; poems that are inspired by the
'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. Julie Balloo (WW member) Lane Ashfeldt, Andrew Lloyd-Jones, Julie Rayne, Phoebia Freeman and many more.)
Down the Angel and Up Holloway
is published . (Available Now)
An Anthology of short stories about Islington by authors who have lived and worked in Islington.
's (a.k.a. Alan Hart) Poetic Fantasy
Odysseys Of The Christmas Sporran And The Good Clock
is published in Smashwords. (Available available now)
These are two short poetic stories – (mini odysseys if you will). The first is about the dreaded Sporran’s plundering. Let your mind wander into the magical world of the Highland Haggis Breeder. The second is about the daydreams of an honest Clock
's (a.k.a. Colin Garrow) mystery thriller
Death on a Dirty Afternoon
is published in Colin Garrow. (Available 3 December 2016)
When taxi driver Frank is found dead on his dining room table, ex-cabbie Terry Bell assumes his old friend died of a heart attack. But when Terry's former boss also turns up with his face bashed in, it starts to look like there's a connection...
's (a.k.a. Oonah V Joslin) Poetry Collection
THREE POUNDS OF CELLS
is published by The Linnet's Wings Press. (Available 18th October 2016)
How do we know what is real? What is your first memory? Have you ever had a dream that was so real you thought it was real? When our brain stops do we? Are the music and the light real? Poetry Kit Book of the Month Dec 16
's (a.k.a. Catherine Davies) short stories
is published on Amazon Createspace. (Available 07.06.16)
A collection of seven short stories featuring characters in diverse situations which test them. Each story builds to a climax as each problem is met with a surprising resolution.
's (a.k.a. Steven Jacobson) free verse poetry
is published in self published mocking bird lane press. (Available e book in 25/3/16 )
Spiritual Gait was self published by Cornerstone Copy Center in 4/06/14 in a soft bound copy. The poetry book is 108 pages of free verse dealing with spiritual, nature and children.
's (a.k.a. Rita Crossley) Short Stories and Flash Fiction Collection
is published by Self Published. Printed by Anchor Print. (Available Available Now)
A book of short stories and flash fiction. Available from amazon.co.uk (via the link on my website www.ritacrossley.co.uk) under the News heading
's (a.k.a. Neil Nixon with Thom Nixon) Non-fiction: popular music
500 Albums You Won't Believe...Until You Hear Them
is published by Gonzo Multimedia. (Available Now)
Co-authored round up of some of the strangest, most cultish and criminally overlooked long-players in the history of popular music.
'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.
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