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Sam Catling – Seems Like Smooth Sailing

£8.99

‘This book is a fun filled memoir of the author in which he has written his adventures about the highs and lows of working on a cruiseship as an entertainer.’

‘It’s definitely not a typical type of memoir, if you are looking for something amazing, interesting with a pop of life and colors, it’s a must read.’

‘It’s a feel good, fresh story and once you start reading this book there is no way you’re going to put it down easily.’

Sarah T. Wright – Anna’s F-Plan

£10.99

Released 25/10/22

“I absolutely loved this book! It is an easy, uplifting read filled with witty humour and lots of laugh out loud moments.”

“There are also messages of hope, self belief and empowering others. A fantastic debut.”

“I adored this book. It’s beautifully written. Funny, quirky, warm and full of heart.”

Sharon Cracknell – Secret Lands, Petrol Clams and a Bagful of Bolivar

£8.99

‘From the thrilling nail biting start in Venezuela, through the secretive country of North Korea to vibrant Cuba, Sharon writes in a way which makes you feel like you are there with her.’

‘Her engaging style draws one in and I was there, with her, totally immersed in the traumas and horrors as they were unfolding.’

‘Gripping, funny and informative, this book is a must read. I would definitely recommend it. The best read in a long time.’

Shaun Wallace – Chasing the Dream

£19.99

‘An excellent read. I highly recommend Shaun’s autobiography and loved his writing style.’

‘Shauns story is one that inspires. Seeing him on the chase gives the impression of someone who has arrived but to know the struggle behind the success is truly inspiring.‘

‘It was a riveting story from beginning to end in the life of a barrister and a quiz master. Highly recommend that people read it.’

Sheldon Baverstock – One Black Ear

£10.99

‘I thoroughly enjoyed the twists and turns in the book and in the end was left with a sense of promise of things to come.’

‘It was a positive uplifting story of the courage it takes to march to the beat of your own drum and live your best life. Definitely worth a read!’

‘A nice combination reflecting insight into the transformation of South Africa, within the complexity of family emotions. The novel allows you to actually visualize the scene, which is powerful.’

Simon Marlowe – The Dead Hand of Dominique: The Mason Made Trilogy Book 1

£8.99

Released 23/11/2021

“The Dead Hand of Dominique is an enjoyable romp through the murky criminal underworld of Essex and London, in the company of some memorable characters.”

“This book was a wild ride. I really enjoyed the mystery of it all. I loved how I never knew who I could or couldn’t trust in this story. And the ending was perfect.”

“Excellent book, couldn’t put it down. Good twists throughout, but especially near the end. Highly recommended.”

Stacey Dighton – The Faraway People

£12.99

Release date 31/10/2023

‘Insane, claustrophobic and gloriously creepy. Dighton has crafted a tale of dark, pervasive horror that I couldn’t put down. The first tendrils of insanity tease the reader early on but by the wonderfully bonkers climax, the author gives us both barrels.’ – Chris Coppel, author of Lingering, LifetimesLunacy, and Last Light

Sue Birley – Travels with a Brompton in the Cévennes and other regions

£10.99

Available now!

“Sue Birley has written a tale of great charm and frankly of daunting endurance. Faced with the near impossibility of getting ‘big bikes’ on Eurostar and French trains, our author arrived at the logically unassailable if entirely batty decision to use that famed folder, the Brompton. I recommend this delightful book to anyone who believes that the journey is the destination and that gentle (and often uphill) adventure is the stuff of life.” 

Hugh Dancy, actor