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DIY: How to publish your own ebook - £5 by Peter Simmons ISBN:0-9522532-2-4         

Everything you need to know to write, lay out, typeset, edit, proofread, illustrate, index and publish your own ebook, and sell it from your own self-created website using free templates. This book is all you need to become an online self publisher.
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Titchwell Marsh

Titchwell Tales by Ray Kimber ISBN 978-0-9562287-1-0

A light-hearted look back over forty years of working at Titchwell Marsh nature reserve in North Norfolk.

Paperback copies can be bought from the Titchwell Marsh RSPB Nature Reserve, Norfolk.



Think like a plant - £5 by Marion Williams ISBN: 978-0-9522532-5-9

Marion Williams is an estate gardener at Broadfield Court, an ancient estate in Herefordshire, trained in the traditional ways of growing vegetables in the walled garden, and now in this fascinating book passing on her knowledge gained over a lifetime of working with the seasons and the weather to produce wholesome food. Available as an ebook.




The new poetry by Nucky Jones ISBN: 978-0-9529090-0-2

The New Poetry: Showcase Myspace, by Nicky Jones. A selection of poetry from new poets.



Annie Logan by Jenna Hines ISBN: 978-0-9522532-6-6

A novel by Jenna Hines. An inspiring story about a young girl who wants to become a concert pianist, and of her struggle to fulfill her ambitions through many a twist and setback along the way. Published February 2009.


The Picture Postcard Heritage of Herefordshire Churches by John Farr ISBN 978-0-9522532-7-3

Illustrated throughout in full colour, an A4 book by author John Farr packed with historical detail about Herefordshire churches, and told through the picture postcards produced to commemorate them.

Caleb Jackson

Chameleon By Caleb Jackson. ISBN 978-09522532-9-7

A simple life throws up (in more ways than one) characters of such diversity as to make this book amusing and reflective, sacred and profane, ribald and sad, prosaic and sublime.
From his birth in the dying Raj to the squalor of early life on the Thames, there is a rough candour in Caleb Jackson’s upbringing. The comic sadism endured in his rites of passage, the bigotry and mean life in Glasgow, his early days in the Merchant Navy are more Leslie Thomas than Patrick O’Brien. There is a lyrical joie de vivre in this book. Published November 2009.

A survival story by Mick Tyler


A Survival Story by Mick 'Ginge' Tyler. ISBN: 978-0-9562287-0-3

From a hard childhood in Kent living off the land, long service in the British Army including time as a Para and then in the SAS with exploits around the world, to running his own survival training centre in the Brecon Beacons after demob, Mick Tyler has always been his own man and a survivor. His story unfolds as a life spent doing his bit; uncomplaining, optimistic, making the best of whatever situation he found himself facing, and then passing on the skills he learnt to others in his survival training. Told simply and with unusual modesty, A Survival Story is one man’s tale of an uncommon life spent in service to others. Email for details. Published November 2009.

A Survival Story can now be downloaded in Kindle format for just £2.27 from Amazon here.


My nursery rhyme anthology


My Nursey Rhyme Anthology by Jeanette Jackson ISBN: 978-0-9562287-1-0

A charmingly illustrated anthology of English nursery rhymes tried and tested 'in the field' by the author-illustrator in child care, nursery and school. As many parents no longer know the traditional nursery rhymes that were once recited to children, this book fills a gap and provides a useful resource for all those involved in caring for and teaching young children; whether professionals or parents. Published November 2009.





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