Posts Tagged ‘ books ’

Where fantasy meets SiFi – The Alkoryn Chronicles series

Jan 16th, 2018 | By

The Alkoryn Chronicles take you to a rich alternative world full of its own animals, vegetation and dynamic landscapes, from jungles and deserts to volcanoes. It is a unique world where its axis only allows the sun to shine on one side, leaving the other side in complete darkness. In this world, there are two

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From the hell of Flanders to the liberating beauty of the Breton coast – the love that lies between.

Jan 16th, 2018 | By

That They Might Lovely Be is the sweeping evocative and engaging debut novel from David Matthews.  Beginning in a village in Kent, taking the reader from the hell of Flanders to the liberating beauty of the Breton coast, recounting a love affair which embraces the living and the dead. It is a multi-layered literary novel

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Historical drama on the high seas & a modern-day Witch. All New Scottish Fiction

Oct 26th, 2017 | By

Whether it’s the rugged Highlands and Islands or the gritty cosmopolitan city of Glasgow, Scotland always provides a fantastic backdrop for a story. This month JHP is proud to be publishing two very different but both brilliantly entertaining reads with atmospheric Scottish settings. With No Safe Anchorage author Liz McCrae Shaw delivers a hard to

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What do you do when a stranger stares out of the mirror at you?

Sep 28th, 2017 | By

A thriller that takes the reader inside a fundamentalist Muslim family, A Glance at My Other by Bruce Randal Wilkerson also depicts a young man’s experience of being a woman in 21st century society and explores his reactions to being a woman in an intolerant society. Roundfire Books is proud to publish this title on 29

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And now for something a little different … introducing Gilda Trillim

Aug 2nd, 2017 | By

We love to discover something unusual, to give a voice to a different sort of story at Roundfire. One that will surprise, intrigue, and perhaps challenge you; Gilda Trillim: Shepherdess of Rats by Steven L. Peck delivers all that and more. A woman struggles to discern the meaning of life when she is taken as POW in

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What if…?

Feb 9th, 2017 | By

Fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners. Virginia Woolf Do any other two words in the English language hold out such promise and intrigue than these? What if you go left instead of right at the junction? What if you hadn’t gone

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Top Hat Books

Nov 19th, 2016 | By

This week we’re taking a closer look at our historical fiction imprint, Top Hat Books. Whether it’s a story of rebellion, loyalty and love in Ireland in the early 20th century, or an alternative version of the epic tale of Beowulf, Top Hat’s novels all have one thing in common: a compelling story that keeps

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eBook Offer

Jul 11th, 2016 | By
Transforming Pandora book cover

It’s the last few days of our 0.99 eBook offer featuring Transforming Pandora Attempting to come to terms with her husband’s death, Pandora reluctantly attends an evening of clairvoyance and raises a spirit who sets her on a new path. Just as her romantic life begins to improve, things become complicated by the reappearance of a

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Summer Giveaway. Escape to Redemption

Jun 29th, 2016 | By

We have a book giveaway arranged with Teddy Rose Book Reviews. This giveaway is for one print copy and is open to Canada, Europe, and the U.S. only.  It ends on July 8, 2016 midnight pacific time. Entries are accepted via Rafflecopter only.  Just enter here to win this great novel Escape to Redemption by Peter M. Parr. HOST ESCAPE

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An Extract from I, Human

Jun 9th, 2016 | By
Cover of I, Human

We’re living in a world where technology progresses at a rate us humans can barely keep up with. But what happens when we take technology a step too far? In I, Human, neural implants have become commonplace. These implants make users far more intelligent, but they also suppress feelings. Not everyone has embraced this ‘brave

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