We love it when we have a first time author who we know will do well.
Claudia Gabriela Felecan’s ‘Save Yourself’ reaches out to readers who may be facing their darkest depths of despair, with a bold message that through understanding and forgiveness, they can thrive against all odds.
Calling on the author’s own early life in an ex-communist country where doctrines were rife, the book encourages readers to open their hearts and receive boundless love in return.
New title from first time author Claudia Gabriela Felecan; Claudia came to the UK from an ex-communist country with a childhood filled with doctrines and fears. In her book she wants to pass on the message that no matter what you go through, it is important to show understanding and forgiveness, in order to move forward.
Synopsis: Everyone has their own path to take and from the beginning life should unfold with support and guidance but, unfortunately, for various reasons, some do not have that privilege. We all have to make the best we can of life and succeed through our own inner strength. The message this book is intended to convey is that you should never give up on yourself, even if everyone else does, because only you are your best friend. From the moment you give yourself a chance, you will discover true friends and people who believe in you. Against all odds they will give you wings to fly to places where your soul will flourish and you will learn to love yourself.
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Introducing a new title from author Richard Mitchell, Richard spent nearly 30 years in the police force and in that time was involved in all manner of incidents which, in his new book Just Got Time, recounts some of the funnier happenings.
The book is a look back on the funny side of life seen through a Police Officers eyes whose humour often carries him through the more serious side of life (and death).
Richard Mitchell started Policing within a rural force in the early 1960’s, no radios, no panda cars, (or traffic wardens) through various amalgamations ended in an urban conurbation with its high octane action.
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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.
Introduction The Smell Of Apricots a collection of short stories, the new title from seasoned author Dominic O’Sullivan. In 2009 Dominic published his first collection of short stories ‘Swifts’ of which the title story was performed as a play in the Chocolate Factory, North London. A number of the short stories, New Wave, Birdsong, A Dash of Soda, Undercover, The Open Window, Portal and Dreams, have been performed at the ADC and Boathouse Theatre, Cambridge as part of their annual season of monologues, duologues and short plays.
How about a trip to confession?
What’s happening in both sides of Germany?
A trip to the coast could perhaps change your life. And why have bird impressions suddenly become popular?
All is revealed in this varied collection of short stories. In this collection ‘Elemental’ was performed at The Black Hostelry in Ely in May 2018.
Introducing Fanny and Victorian Jack, the first book from Lynne DM Noble from her new series of children’s books. The book is illustrated by her husband Michael Hutchinson.
Fanny and Victorian Jack is the first of a series of books written especially for children. Fanny has Asperger’s syndrome and is passionate about nature. Jack appears from Victorian London and shows Fanny a world of poverty and hardship that she could never have envisaged.
Fanny desperately wants to help Jack and his family find a way out of the poverty they are in. Hesitatingly, she begins to explore what she can do to help but not before tragedy strikes Jack’s family. Fanny found that it is the things that we often throw away that became the most useful in helping Jack and his family. Along the way, Fanny finds herself transported into the slums of London and she learns first-hand about the reality of life for the Victorian Poor.
This book can be read alone by confident readers and provides insight into an age which is very different from ours. It is useful for aiding understanding in school projects on this era. Younger readers may like to read this with an adult as it is written to aid discussion and increase a child’s understanding of how the past has affected the age we are living in now. The story is intended to extend and develop a child’s vocabulary.
Finally, the story is designed to raise awareness of some of the challenges of living with Asperger’s Syndrome.
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Introducing the new title from author John Maris, The Spade, the story of an alert member of the public who had his life and that of his family changed having notified the police of the whereabouts of the hideout of the Great Train Robbers.
Within days his notoriety had spread worldwide and this began years of constant pressure, physical threats to him and his family, trauma and anxiety.
He had to take precautions at work in the hope of preventing an attack whilst working alone.
Because of his careful detail in the evidence which he gave at the trial he was subjected to an attempt to frame him on a charge of perjury.
Eventually he pondered the question, If a similar situation arose, would he act in the same way?
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