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Congratulations to the following authors
on the publication of their books:

Black Belt ThinkingNick Forgham on the publication of:

Black Belt Thinking

A Black Belt who is calm in a crisis, who knows their potential and how to achieve it. A Black Belt who knows who they are, and who is comfortable with others because they know and understand themselves.

This book is about the Black Belt that is within you… read more


Cones-on-the-Rails-CoverOFCChris Madeley on the publication of:

Cones On The Rails

“You have all done a wonderful job and should be proud of the fact that right now, this educational engagement publication, is currently the only 4-7 rail safety publication currently in circulation within the industry.” Chris Leech MBE

Conerad, Conestance, Cone-Vera and  Conen were very excited. They were ready for another adventure! They were standing outside a beautiful  building with arches and lights. 
“This looks exciting,” Conen whispered. “Shall we go in and see what we can find?”
“There are no humans about,” said Conerad… read more… 


Alan Reynolds

on the publication of:

The Coat

The worst decisions are sometimes made with the best of intentions, a simple error of judgement which unleashes a catalogue of life-changing events.

Keith Woodley, owner of a struggling coach business decides to treat his wife to a new coat and a night out for her special birthday. When she returns home… read more… 

Too Young To Grow OldAnne-Lise Miller

on the publication of:

Too Young To Grow old

Why do so many of us believe that growing older means we must accept a gradual loss of health and wellbeing?

In this ground-breaking new book, respected health practitioner Anne-Lise Miller shows why we don’t need to accept that ageing and worsening health go hand-in-hand. Minor ailments such as ‘brain fog’, feeling tired, headaches, sleeplessness, constipation, aching joints, weight gain and low libido are common symptoms … read more

Climbers ThreeDennis Wynne-Jones
on the publication of:

Climbers Three

…When the Wells sisters from the tiny hamlet of Denton, near Ilkley, Yorkshire, took up mountaineering at the start of the twentieth century, little did they know that they were to become pioneers in women’s climbing in the UK. At the time of the growing strength of the Women’s Suffragette movement, women-only mountaineering began... read more

BBBcover-OFCDavid Skivington
on the publication of:

Blessed, Bound & Broken

On the eve of the biggest festival of the year, the Indian village of Agnipatnam is in a frenzied state.

A teenage girl is hanged, prompting furious rioting. British television presenter Rupa and her team arrive amid the mayhem… read more

Poems and PaintingsEileen Scott & Michael Scott
on the publication of:

Poems and Paintings

…This book is represents the prolific output of two people who are extraordinary writers, artists, philosophers and scientists… read more


Awakening -CWOMyra Poole & Pippa Bonner
on the publication of:


…At the Piazza of Westminster on Vocations Sunday in 1994, a group representing the CWO (Catholic Womens Ordination) gathered in quiet protest. Purple is the chosen colour of the organisation to denote mourning for the lost gifts of women in the Roman Catholic Church… read more


AGOCofcGill Belchetz
on the publication of:


A young man tragically ends his life on the train tracks. From this final act, a rich tapestry of interconnected stories is born, spanning continents and cultures, weaving and relating in the most unexpected waysread more

Martin Haigh & Geoff Cumber
on the publication of:

Start Line

 ‘A lack of exercise could be killing twice as many people as obesity…’

…regular exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle and can help reduce the risk of developing a range of negative health issues. Those who exercise are less likely to get ill and they will generally live longer… read more