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Our aim is not only to get your work in print but we also want to help you to receive reviews, get articles in the media, have book signings and to ultimately sell more books.
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We offer seven levels of publishing packages that are designed to fit around the budgets and requirements of writers – Standard, Advanced, Premier, Bookseller, Bestseller, Bespoke and Literary Agent. The packages are designed as a guide and we can put together a bespoke package if required. In addition, we offer a range of book sales and marketing solutions for writers. These include: e-book conversion; Writers' Forum Co-op Advertising; Featured Books; Press Release Service; Broadcast Service and many more. Our editing services for authors range from proof reading through to a full critique and readers report.
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NGP takes pride in providing the best quality product as well as global distribution for our customers, we have worked with the production team to ensure we produce only market-leading end-products.
As a result, we are working with a designer who will professionally typeset the books in InDesign to ensure the best presentation of the work. Furthermore, our printer has invested in new machines that will now print in landscape, increasing the format options for all of our authors. If you are looking to publish a children's book, we also have an illustrator who can bring your characters to life if you need some artistic help. Unlike with most professional illustrators we can provide you with copyright and royalty free images.
From teacher, performer, LAMDA examiner and Festival adjudicator Eleanor McLeod, comes some more 'exciting new material' - scenes based on nursery rhyme characters, often given an amusing and modern twist, so here is Incy Wincy Spider as a frustrated weather reporter, Old King Cole wanting to enter a talent contest and Little Bo-Peep putting an advert in a Lost and Found column, along with many more.
For ten years the Hunter kept them safe. For ten years he watched over them. Now the Dark Man has found them. They must be ready. A corruption is sweeping the land. The infected roam the countryside. Raiders are on the hunt and The Dark Man is ready to unleash his army. But two sisters have the power to stop him.
The exploration of oil in Ogoniland by Shell BP caused an uproar after the land was devastated. The Ogoni people cried out for redress spearheaded by the Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP). This is the story of Ogoni, an indigenous tribe at the brink of annihilation. The once silenced minority have found their voice. This book provides a first-hand account of pre and post oil exploration in Ogoniland, Nigeria and the Ogoni people's struggle and demand for justice.
Lord William Belington, a man of sixty years, owes Arthur Fordham and many others a great deal of money, which he cannot repay to him or any man. Consequently, Fordham offers to pay all of Lord Belington's debts and give him an allowance, if he will marry his youngest daughter Isobel. Isobel is married to Lord Belington within the month, then sent away to Sussex to the man's filthy, run-down estate. The book is about the new life Isobel must make. Because at the age of seventeen she was sold for a status. Which made her Lady Isobel Belington.
Captain Thomas Sladdin was devoted to Queen Elizabeth, willing to put his life at risk for his Queen & country. He could skilfully navigate the sea, but he was somewhat less experienced when it came to politics, dealing with Her Majesty's Secret Service and managing foreign affairs.
"This is historical fiction with an eye to accuracy and detail - the sort of book you can actually learn from whilst enjoying a good story; where fictional characters blend seamlessly with real life historical ones."
Ben Burrows and his family are looking forward to settling down and new beginnings on their farm, but as the winds of change blow hard across their lives and there is a possibility that they might blow things in a dangerous direction. Storm clouds loom on the horizon as the news that an old enemy has escaped from prison. As usual, his old reliable crew and friends come to support him but they soon find things are spiralling dangerously out of control as they discover that there is much more to the escape than they at first thought.
Olukemi Ogunyemi tells of her momentous struggle growing up as a mixed-race child in Scotland. She describes, in horrific, gut-wrenching detail, the treatment she received at the hands of the so-called 'good people' of Scotland; acts of racism that continued into adulthood and wreaked havoc for her as a wife and a mother of four children. Brown Girl in the Ring is a beautifully crafted, deeply personal memoir; not only is it the ultimate message on how to put an end to racism, it is a true story for our times.
The war between Iran and Iraq is in its fourth year, and the city of Baghdad is under missile attack from Iran. It is a place where a fleeing former terrorist might find solace from a world; but he soon finds out his escape from his pursuers was sponsored by others and he soon finds out that nothing comes without 'pay back!' He acquires work with the Iraqi Oil Institute, and finds his duties include monitoring some illicit structures that when completed will change the balance of the war in the most appalling circumstances.
I am fourteen years old, living an average life. Until, one summer holiday with my three friends, everything changes. We met an old traveller on a dusty path, but one of my friends bought something. Now we must keep these secrets hidden from our families and school, which is not that easy. And at school, we uncover dark things that aren't meant to be given light, that have been locked away for a long time. And the darkness that I can feel each day is rising.
The book that launched a thousand sips. A light-hearted book of verse to enhance any tasting and make your evening flow. For friends, family or a group. It is informally informative. Enhance your event for less than the cost of a bottle of wine.
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