Once Upon a Hillside – Angela McAllister

Illustrated By: Chiara FedelePublished By: Zephyr (Head of Zeus)Pages: 224Released On: 10/11/2022 Once upon a hillside, the hedgerows were loud with sparrows and thick with blossom. Blue butterflies flitted over the anthills, lapwings danced in the big sky. And time passed…’ Beginning with a Neolithic clan, who leave an arrowhead later found by a RomanContinue reading “Once Upon a Hillside – Angela McAllister”

Performance and Purpose in Dying and Death – C K Hogan

Published By: Free Association BooksReleased On: 30/11/2022 This book addresses the dying process and the nature of death itself with the intention that it might help us to accept and embrace both these things as a part of life. Intended to provide a shift in perception, this book aims to alleviate some of the fear,Continue reading “Performance and Purpose in Dying and Death – C K Hogan”

N-4 Down: The Hunt for the Arctic Airship Italia – Mark Piesing

Published By: MarinerPages: 448Released On: 13/10/2022 The riveting true story of the largest polar rescue mission in history: the desperate race to find the survivors of the glamorous Arctic airship Italia, which crashed near the North Pole in 1928. During the Roaring Twenties, zeppelin travel embodied the exuberant spirit of the age. Germany’s luxurious Graf Zeppelin ran passenger serviceContinue reading “N-4 Down: The Hunt for the Arctic Airship Italia – Mark Piesing”

Ledge – Stacey McEwan

Published By: Angry RobotPages: 400Released On: 13/09/2022 After being randomly selected as a human sacrifice, instead of death, Dawsyn finds herself on a quest to save her people from their icy prison… In a place known as The Ledge, a civilization is trapped by a vast chasm and sheer mountain face. There is no wayContinue reading “Ledge – Stacey McEwan”

Spellboda – J.C Clarke

Published By: The Book GuildPages: 288Released On: 28/09/2021 Trust, belief and a little magic… then maybe they could both fly free. Since Trevor’s mum died, his dad can barely look at him without yelling. Home is awful, school is worse. People just let you down, and Trevor only talks to Mrs. Bingo-Wings, his mum’s cat.Continue reading “Spellboda – J.C Clarke”

Urban Scarecrows – Jim Chambers

Published By: SilverwoodPages: 276Released On: 25/05/2022 The Labour Party election victory of 2019 ushers into power a radical socialist government which swiftly mutates to a British form of totalitarian Marxism in its quest for social justice and equality. Dominic Green, a Labour Party activist and celebrity chef, is caught up in the economic and socialContinue reading “Urban Scarecrows – Jim Chambers”

Poppy Loves Devon – Gillian Young

Published By: MatadorPages: 240Released On: 24/05/2022 Poppy wants to befriend anything that moves, but she’s never successful. It seems all the other animals find her too big, loud and boisterous. Dad is convinced she needs a playmate, but Poppy’s unsure. She enjoys the fuss and attention from her family so much, she is not willingContinue reading “Poppy Loves Devon – Gillian Young”

Little Sister – Gytha Lodge

Published By: Penguin Michael JosephPages: 407Released On: 28/04/2022 Two sisters went missing. Only one of them came back… Detective Jonah Sheens is enjoying a moment of peace and quiet, when a teenage girl wanders out of the woods. She’s striking, with flame-red hair and a pale complexion. She’s also covered in blood. Jonah quickly discoveredContinue reading “Little Sister – Gytha Lodge”

A Head Full of Magic – Sarah Morrell

Published By: Hashtag PressPages: 208Released On: 25/04/2022 Fleur is used to balancing her two different cultures from her English Mum to her West Indian Nan, but when she discovers that she can talk to animals she finds herself in a whole new world! Can her new powers help her take down Celeste ’The Best’, theContinue reading “A Head Full of Magic – Sarah Morrell”

Guinevere: The Dragon Ring – Fil Reid

Published By: Dragonblade PublishingPages: 306Released On: 10/01/2022 Gwen, a twenty-four-year-old librarian, lives with her boyfriend Nathan in a small house, with all the accoutrements of modern living any girl could ask for. When her father dies, and with her ne’er-do-well twin brother on the other side of the world, it’s left to Gwen to fulfillContinue reading “Guinevere: The Dragon Ring – Fil Reid”