Books! That’s what we’re here for, some word porn.
For more information on each book (along with a link to BUY – there’s tea & biscuits that need purchasing, y’know), click the cover and let the internet wizards magically transport you to a new dimension… (OK, a new page).
THE BLUE HOUR by M J GreenwoodTwo love affairs and two summers, 75 years apart. Damaged by a toxic relationship, Ava Westmorland flees the ruins of her life in London for a carer’s job in a Cornish village. She hopes a combination of countryside and coast will heal her shattered heart.
ME AND THE MONKEY by Andy Darby
Well there’s this talking monkey who won me in a game of Othello in a coffee shop in Amsterdam. He came back to Cornwall with me and has become a prolific reader and dabbler in magic. He also has past life flash backs – the most prominent of which are the Nam special forces ones.
THE SADNESS OF THE KING GEORGE by Shaun Hand
Welcome to The King George.
You know it. Your old local. Back in the day. The stink of beer and piss, sticky carpets, nicotine stains on the ceiling, soggy bar towels, and the chance of a punch-up on a Saturday night – or anytime for that matter.
by Jane Badrock
Elle’s dreams of domestic bliss are devastated by David’s deceiving dalliances. Abandoned and alone, she needs a new life-plan and it’s thrust upon her by her tiger-loving aunt in India. She must conserve the creatures and hunt the hunters.
WHILE NOBODY IS WATCHING
by Michelle Dunne
‘A semi-inflated football and a curious little girl.’
They called it peacekeeping. For Corporal Lindsey Ryan it was anything but.
by Ray Leigh
‘On a clear day you can see forever’
London’s seedy underbelly ripped apart by razor sharp distilled prose
THE AXE & GRINDSTONE
by Paul Phipps-Williams
Ladies and Gentlemen, last orders please. Seriously, this could be your last ever order…
A LIFE AMID CRISIS
by Lord Zion
“If all we have is right now, what happens when you don’t know what to do with it?”