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Poetry is a specialty of ours but we’ve successfully published authors across all major genres. Every book is different and the first stage is always a detailed discussion of your exact requirements as the author. Contact us directly today to discuss your publishing project and we look forward to helping you into print.
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Signposts – Lessons for living
Anita Dermody, Fionnuala Ward & Elisha Kelly
Lessons on Diversity for Junior Infants to Second Class
A proven publishing record
We’ve already successfully published over 350 authors over a wide variety of genres. You’ll find links to some of our latest publications below or you can go straight to our bookshop. From there you can browse our bestsellers or go direct to individual genres such as poetry or short stories.
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Once an African
Sean Butler joins the B.S.A. Police in white-ruled Rhodesia on a three-year contract, intending to go home at the end of it, but finds that “He who has drunk of the waters of the Nile will return to drink again”. Once an African, it is difficult to leave.
Rumour of Hope
The memoir of Denstone Murphy is a unique opportunity to read of one man’s passage of life through times past, from privileged childhood to the onset of Parkinson’s Disease.
Through The Hoops
The true story of the Hoops and Irish Goalkeeper tracing back his young years growing up at the foot of the Dublin Mountains, through his six successful years with Shamrock Rovers at Milltown and then on to the infamous Government Stockbroker Inquiry, which virtually made him an outcast and an exile from the land and the people he loved.
Memories and Make-Believe
In Memories And Make-Believe, fictional stories sit alongside memoir and interviews, written over a period of about 30 years. Lovers, musicians, rogues and storytellers inhabit the book