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A.W. Jackson – Madame Voodoo

£8.99

Release date 26/09/23

“I can really see this story as being one that allows teens to feel more comfortable in their skin.”

“The mystery aspects were great and the writing structure was well rounded which allowed for an awesome book!”

“Fast paced, well written with a nice mix of danger, sweetness and teen life.”

Alexandra Kendall – A Dazzle of Poplars

£11.99

‘This is a great story for anyone who enjoys a bit of art culture, some spooky vibes, a heavy dark take on violence and a splash of romance to lighten the mood. It literally had it all.’

‘A great love story that twists and turns with drama and intrigue.’

‘I couldn’t put it down! Part romance, part thriller, part ghost story, this novel skilfully combines myriad threads to make for a great story.’

Andrea Montgomery – The Banana Road

£11.99

‘The Banana Road is an engaging and lively account of what it’s really like to up sticks and move to Tenerife. A fascinating cast of characters, both human and animal, make for an entertaining read that will appeal to anyone who’s ever drifted off in the sunshine dreaming of extending their holiday on this subtropical island.’
Helen Ochyra, travel writer and author of Scotland Beyond the Bagpipes;

‘Andrea Montgomery is inspiring, bold and courageous in her life and in her writing. This is a remarkable story, told with wit and warmth. You won’t be able to put ‘The Banana Road’ down once you start it.’
Helen Mort, author of Black Car Burning

Anna M. Tusk – A Reverie Tale: Borderlands and Transience (Book One)

£9.99

Release date 22/08/23

A Reverie Tale is an epic adventure full of magic and mystery.’Marina R B, author of Crystal Tear

‘A great debut novel for fantasy lovers. Imaginary genius.’Claire Hastie, author of the Blackhill Manor series

‘If you’re a Harry Potter fan then you will love Anna M. Tusk’s fantastical story about Fate, Force and friendship.’Sarah. T. Wright, author of Anna’s F-Plan

Anne Callanan – Dominic’s Park

£9.99

Release date 23/08/22

“I truly enjoyed the twists and how gripping it was. I think the author’s writing style made this flow effortlessly.”

“The plot is delivered with an intensity that keeps the page turning consistent to the end. Looking forward to seeing more from this author in the future.”

“It was hard to leave this book down, the end of each chapter leaves you wanting more.”

Ash Watson – Because Japan

£15.99

‘I enjoyed following the experiences and found the flow and context of the book up to date and full of relatable experiences.’

‘I cannot recommend this enough. You won’t be disappointed.’

‘The author offers his best and honest observations of the Japanese culture with funny, honest and light-hearted stories that will keep you asking for more. Highly recommend!’