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Jorge Morel: A Biography: The Remarkable Journey of a Legendary Guitarist/Composer, by J Vincent Moran

Picture the scene: a husband sharing conversation with visiting friends and relatives; an eight-year old daughter running to and fro, enjoying easy camaraderie; a mother, in her ninth month of pregnancy, excitedly preparing dinner. And then: sudden collapse to a kitchen floor, a little girl calling “daddy, daddy”, a husband rushing to a stricken wife,…


Write on! by Adrian Magson

A source of encouragement for those new to writing, this book deals with the various stages of getting the words out of the wood and down on the paper, from the tentative beginnings right through to THE END. Culled from Adrian Magson’s popular and long-running monthly ‘Beginners’ page in Writing Magazine, this book is full…


King’s Envoy, by Cas Peace

In Albia, the Fourth Realm, the precious Artesan gift is dying. Although born to the craft, Taran is struggling to achieve his potential. Against his friends’ advice, he embarks on a foolhardy quest to acquire the knowledge he craves. Alone, he crosses into Andaryon, the Fifth Realm, but instead of finding a mentor, Taran stumbles…


Becoming, by Chris Ord

The old world has gone. All that remains is the community – a harsh, brutal, primitive regime that governs through control and fear. Gaia is one of the young, trapped on an island off the coast of Northumberland. Gaia longs to escape before ‘becoming’ – the time when she is forced to serve the society…