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The Fastest Way to Write Your BookThe Fastest Way to Write Your Book
by Dave Haslett

The inside tips, tricks and techniques professional writers use to write, edit, publish and sell their books in days/weeks, not months/years.

240 pages

ebook (PDF): £7.95

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The Fastest Way to Get IdeasThe Fastest Way to Get Ideas - 4,400 Essential "What Ifs"
by Dave Haslett

Instant inspiration for your short stories, novels, characters, plots, settings and more.

256 pages

ebook (PDF and Kindle): £6.99

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How to Win Short Story CompetitionsHow to Win Short Story Competitions
by Dave Haslett and Geoff Nelder

Two experienced competition judges discuss everything they know about entering, judging and (most importantly) winning short story competitions, in an easy-to-follow question and answer format.

55 pages

ebook (PDF and Kindle): £2.99

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The Date-A-Base Book 2018

The Date-A-Base Book 2018
by Dave and Kate Haslett

Over 5,000 newsworthy and notable anniversaries that will occur between January and December 2018, including significant events, discoveries, inventions, births and deaths.

A4/Letter size (8.5" x 11.5"), 357 pages

ebook (PDF): £12.99

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The following books were published through our ethical publishing service

Born to DanceBorn to Dance – Dylan and Red Tabby's First Great Adventure
by Katherine Reynolds

A timeless children's tale of adventure, friendship and triumph. Born to Dance is an illustrated children's novel for 8-12 year-olds ... and anyone else who enjoys a good tale. There's a cast of colourful characters led by Dylan de Polka, the tap-dancing dray horse, and his worldly-wise friend, Red Tabby. The talented animals in the story must fight for their freedom, with Dylan and Red Tabby leading the way.

Paperback, 302 pages
Price: £7.95

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Safe for LifeSafe for Life – Dylan and Red Tabby's Second Great Adventure
by Katherine Reynolds

The eagerly awaited sequel to the award-winning children's adventure novel Born to Dance. Dylan de Polka, the tap-dancing star of the Happy Days Circus, and his worldly-wise feline friend, Red Tabby, take on the ruthless Jago Reaver and his villainous sidekick, Frankie, who are intent on stealing the circus animals' much-loved home, Great Park.

Paperback, 336 pages
Price: £7.95

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Under the RainbowUnder the Rainbow – Dylan and Red Tabby's Third Great Adventure
by Katherine Reynolds

Red Tabby sat in the gathering twilight, gazing across the familiar valley to the far hills. It was here that she and Dylan had always taken their early morning gallop. It was here that their great friendship had always felt strongest. What might her life be like without that friendship? From being a pair of homeless refugees on the run, they had since shared a road which had led to dazzling super-stardom. But was the cost of their success to be the loss of what was most dear to them?

Paperback, 336 pages
Price: £7.95

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The Legend Of AranrhodThe Legend of Aranrhod
by Geoff Anderson

The Legend Of Aranrhod is a mystical fantasy that will be enjoyed by children and adults alike, especially fans of C.S. Lewis (Chronicles of Narnia) and J.K. Rowling (Harry Potter). Carys is a feisty but stubborn teenager whose destiny is to save the world ... but it has to be on her terms!

Paperback, 254 pages, age 8+
Price: £5.99

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Wizard's WoeWizard's Woe
by Marion Athorne and Osbert Norman-Walter

When writer and journalist August Autrey disappears while covering the story of the Forest of Weir and its mysterious wizard and dragon, the villagers believe he has paid the price for being too curious. Two weeks later he returns and furiously types a long manuscript in which he describes the amazing adventures he had in an elfin world hidden within the forest. But why is he in such a hurry to get the manuscript finished?

Paperback, 304 pages, age 14+
Price: £5.99

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Humans are not from Earth (second edition)Humans are not from Earth (Second Edition)
a scientific evaluation of the evidence
by Ellis Silver, PhD

An evaluation of the evidence for (but mostly against) man's evolution on Planet Earth, by a leading ecologist and environmentalist.

53 reasons why we couldn't have evolved on Earth.
Why are we here, and how did we get here?
What about God, religion, DNA and evolution?
What do we really know about extraterrestrials?
Why is valid evidence covered up, denied or ignored?

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Kindle £3.99/$4.99 | Paperback (646 pages) £16.99/$19.99

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