11 December 2019

Making It - Seriously enjoyable; action packed; commercial fiction

Mark Edmondson releases a seriously enjoyable; action packed; commercial fiction about breaking out of a rut; starting a recruitment business; achieving success and having a bit of a laugh along the way 


The Plot
Would you do anything to make it?
When everything is at stake: marriage, money, your house and your reputation, there is no second chance if you lose.
Laurie is determined to prove to the sceptical Sally that he is no loser. But making that transition from naïve impoverished late adolescence to dynamic, confident, solvent manhood is a difficult and dangerous journey for him.
Knowing that taking up a mediocre, predictable career would stifle him, he becomes a high–risk entrepreneur. But the more success he achieves, the bigger and tougher his enemies and challenges become. Then he meets the most ruthless of them all, the charismatic corporate crook, Chas Wray.
Will he do the deal of his life with Wray or will he just become yet another one of Wray’s miserable victims and lose everyone and everything that’s precious to him?


Find out more: Making It

8 November 2019

The Flame Lily Weeps

This unique autobiography describes the life of a white Zimbabwean growing up in Zimbabwe-Rhodesia.
It reveals and elucidate the perspectives and truth of poignant issues in the country’s transition from a British colony to an independent, one-party state, giving an insight into the build up to the political and economic anarchy that has thrown Zimbabwe into a financial abyss and that transformed a one time flourishing country into a land ravaged by hunger, disease and poverty.

The Flame Lily Weeps


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9 October 2019

Gift Horse

Fiction novel set in competition and livery yard in Derbyshire, written by horse lover Polly Morten. A highly enjoyable novel tinted with romance and crime

The Plot
Sarah Hallam’s last term at University was wrecked by her conviction that she had a stalker, although nobody would take her seriously. After her finals, she takes refuge with her novelist cousin Paddy, who believes in both the stalker and Sarah’s fears. 

Sarah takes a temporary job as a groom at Swallowfield Grange, a competition and livery yard in Derbyshire, owned by glamorous event rider Gussie Stanton and her husband Oliver. Sarah’s job proves to be much more than a groom in many ways. The advent of Gussie’s handsome nephew, Tim Walters, and his string of event horses, upsets Sarah’s new found equilibrium, while Tim appears to barely notice her existence, until her safety is threatened, when he acts with uncharacteristic and surprising gallantry.

Find out more: Gift Horse


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11 September 2019

Chris Pownall releases a hilarious autobiography - 'Funny How Things Work Out'

Chris Pownall releases a hilarious autobiography including a fifty year fulfilling career and various travels around the world.

"This hilarious autobiography is sure to put a smile on your face."

This is the story of Chris Pownall’s life beginning from early childhood to retirement. Chris’ autobiography is unique because he tells his story with a slant towards the more hilarious side of his life.

Chris has always had a reputation for being there when things were going wrong–but it’s nothing to do with him really! His former work colleagues will bear witness to situations involving freak weather conditions and disrupted travelling arrangements. His sense of humour has seen him through many difficult situations–which he managed to salvage with wit and discretion (Even if he says so himself)!

…Find out more…Funny How Things Work Out 


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