New Generation Publishing was created in 2009 as part of award-winning independent book publisher Legend Press.....
One of New Generation’s self published writers, and the author of ‘Of Night and Light’ has recently taken part in a book signing for her debut novel in Uckfield, author Caroline Coxon has recently been signing books in the Sussex Stationers & W H Smiths and selling dozens of books in the process, more information about her recent book signing can be found here.
If you have worked tirelessly on a manuscript over a long period of time and have finally completed, it’s important to get a second pair of eyes on your work, to provide a little distance, as well as getting an outsiders view on it, you have received good feedback from friends, family, book groups, peer review sites, and so on, who think it is ready to be published.
New Generation would like to thank everyone that made an appearance at our Self-Publishing Summit hosted on Saturday. It’s great to see this event growing every year with even more people registering their interest with us.
Fiveways author Lucy Caxton Brown penned much of her latest work, Alexander, A New Theory on an Ancient Legend, while sitting in her garden. Her books aim to solve historic and ancient mysteries and can take up to five years to research. So what will the next book be about? ‘Unfortunately I can’t say exactly because I’ve only just begun the research. You see I am never quite sure where it will all lead but the story will probably centre around another Egyptian mystery that has yet to be solved.’ Lucy’s latest book certainly has all the ingredients of a mystery thriller. ‘My aim is to involve the reader in analysing the evidence so that we solve the mystery together.
Our latest author story discusses M. T. Boulton and the success of the author after receiving so many rejection letters from traditional publishing houses to selling books across the world.
New Generation Publishing has published the second novel in the ‘Tego Arcana Dei’ series by author Andrew Man.
Alan grew up on industrial Teesside, an offshoot of the post-WWII ‘Baby Boom’. Schooling was undertaken locally up to secondary modern school leaving age, to continue at Scarborough School of Art until the mid 1960’s. A three year spell abroad followed with a spate of divers jobs, latterly in the newspaper business on classified advertising accounts with a short spell actually designing layouts for displayed advertisements.
Shaida B. Mehrban born in Azad Kashmir in Pakistan during the time of remote dwellings of small villages scattered on top of massive mountains in rural lush green motherland where animals and humans lived happily together. The breadwinners had already smelt the American Dream and so had her father who was living and working in England, whilst her sister and were left to live with their mother and grandmother, a female dominated household
Author of The Price of an Education, Enver Carim has recently been nominated The Quagga Prize for 2014. This prize is given on a yearly basis for literary fiction.
One of our latest newcomers to New Generation Publishing is a retired naval officer turned author Robert Villier.