The £1 titles have been announced for World Book day on the 7th March 2019.
World Book Day, sponsored by National Book Tokens, in partnership with schools all over the country, will be distributing more than 15 million £1 World Book Day book tokens to children and young people.
Once your youngster has received their book token, all you need do is to take it to your local participating bookseller and swap it for one of the twelve (exclusive, new and completely Free) World Book Day books, details can be found here.
If you would prefer you can use your book token to get £1 off* any full price book instead. And if you’d rather get an audiobook, that’s fine too! It’s your choice, just as long as the book or audiobook costs at least £2.99**.
If you’re in Ireland the token is worth €1.50* off on a minimum €3.99** purchase.
For more information and to register your school or nursery click here.
Wayman believes the portrayal of the Soviet Union during the Cold War period was usually unflattering yet, following the death of Joseph Stalin, the Cold War might not have been quite so cold had a more balanced approach been adopted in the West.
There was a genuine desire by the new administration for a better relationship. IGOR, an account of the experiences of a uniquely talented young Russian may serve to help illustrate this, though he recognises that some readers might dismiss it as implausible.
Although ShieldCrest’s authors are from all over the world and its eBook sales have always been available worldwide, the UK has always been the predominant market for sales of hard copies. One of the reasons is, of course, the cost of moving heavy paper around the world.
However, it has now established marketing and printing of its books in key locations throughout the world, including the USA. This makes it much more accessible to interested purchasers overseas who can obtain copies of ShieldCrest author’s books from local retailers with their books printed locally.
ShieldCrest is already established as the leading self-publisher for service, price and quality. This has largely been achieved because it publishes all its author’s books in-house and this move further secures its rapidly increasing dominant position in the market.
There will be a major announcement towards the end of the year of the company’s expansion into a new area of publishing so to ensure you don’t miss this and to keep up with all the company’s activities, its authors and new book releases make sure you add your email address and follow these announcements.
Indigo Lost was published last year and has seen a slow but steady start to sales, we have now entered her book in to the Sunday Times/Peters Fraser & Dunlop Young Writer of the Year awards for 2018 and would like to take this opportunity to wish Stephanie the very best of luck.
Indigo Lost is the first book in the Infinity Squared Series and charts the journey of a young girl on the run having witnessed the brutal murder of her mother.
Don’t think. Just run. When what lies ahead is less fearful than what lies behind, and west-coast unknowns less terrifying than east-side tragedies, there is no choice other than the one through the window at the end of a third-floor police station corridor. Without another thought, the girl runs. Her jump will take her to the street below, to encounters with humanity that will both shock and save her, to the girl she becomes the one who knows how to fight, but also survive, even shine, in the darkest places. She does not go unnoticed. The mob boss, the ruler of Vegas, has seen her. But she is not ready to be seen. And this time there is no corridor, and no window.
For more information and to purchase your copy click Here.
ShieldCrest’s authors are being asked to participate in a unique opportunity in conjunction with their partner in India. Plans are being made to publish the best stories from the best writers worldwide on their Idea of India and to take it to readers all over the globe. It will comprise a collection of 24 short stories from 12 Indian and 12 foreign authors, selected by renowned judges, and published by India’s Author Centric publishing house – InkHorn Publishing India. The book will be published internationally and translated into 2 languages in addition to English and will be available in 7 countries, giving successful authors an extensive reach and a wide platform.
India is the land of diversity, magic and of stories that enchant the world promising future, traveller’s delights, a cultural potpourri and more. India is many things to many people and they want to know what “Your Idea of India” is.
Our authors are simply being asked to write a short story based on, in or around India. It can be an account of a true life incident, a travelogue or a fictional story of what they hope for India – anything that captures the essence of India. By writing an engaging and moving short story in no more than 5,000 words any of our authors can be included as one of the 24 successful authors in this collection.
They are being provided with the rules of the competition and submissions must be made before 25th Dec 2015 so there’s not much time.
Dominic O’Sullivan, author of short stories ‘Icarus In Reverse’, ‘Undercover’ and book of poems, ‘Shippea Hill’, has asked us let you all know that two of his plays are being staged at the ADC Theatre Bar in Cambridge.