New Generation Publishing is the leading UK self-publishing service dedicated to helping more writers to sell more books.
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.
Embarking upon successful PR/marketing strategies, correct pricing for each format, retailer promotions and having access to the right international distribution channels are vital to any success. And these are all areas where we can make a real difference to your sales figures.Compare our Publishing Packages
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.
Publishing a book with NGP offers you, the author a uniquely personal service. Our experienced team of publishing professionals is on hand to offer you advice on publishing, editing, e-books, sales, marketing and promotion. This advice is available for free before, during and most importantly after publication, become a fully independent writer and take advantage of what we have on offerFind out more
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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.
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.
Once in a while, a book comes along that changes people's lives. This book brilliantly answers those questions, on health, at a time when mankind's survival hangs in the balance. With only our natural defences, the book teaches even the laziest amongst us how to give ourselves the best quality of life as well as prolong our lives. Forget about those boring special diets and tedious hours at the gym. This book puts the secrets of the best health experts into your hands.
"This plough in England is drawn by two oxen outstanding above the rest, the King and the Archbishop of Canterbury. These two, drawing the plough, rule the land, one by human justice and sovereignty, the other by divine doctrine and authority." - Archbishop Anselm (St) according to Brother Eadmer. Historia Novorum in Anglia
A light hearted look at the English plough, from the arrival of St Augustine in 596 to the death of King John in 1216
Swept up in a tide of political change, two families from opposite ends of the social spectrum of Colonial Africa are deeply wounded. Induna Mbigo, a sub-chief of the Matabele nation, living on Tribal Land in colonial Southern Rhodesia. Ken and Grace Anderson develop their farm from virgin bushland on the edge of the same Tribal Land. Both families are unable to avoid the violence from a war for dominance within their country.
A riveting read about an ancestral and generational curse over the author's family blood-line. The author's mother's and own personal history in witchcraft with its revealed secrets as they accepted the traditions of their kinsfolk.
"I ask you, why would you spend money on what is not bread, and your labour on what does not satisfy? Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good and you will delight in the richest of fare."
When Nelson Mandela came to power and the policy of apartheid ended, Afrikaner peoples in South Africa took fright. Maghiel Grobelaar, head of Mines and about to lose his job, had an idea. Years later David Johnston and his colleagues, are brought into the search. They are challenged, amongst others, by a highly trained ex-Stasi senior officer who now heads the thuggish international "Daggers" organisation, based in Geneva, and his associates. Several major deceptions lead to a nail-biting finale in which the winner, most certainly, does not take all.
The reappearance of Mariela Fairman's husband, seven years after he mysteriously vanished, launches her into a tortuous whirlpool of love, guilt, hope and loss. As her life intertwines with those of two other women, both with their own secrets, she learns how, and crucially, where, to look for meaning, even if it challenges her to accept the existence of a world beyond the human one she knows.
Brother Prious, a Breton monk, is an agent in Cornwall of the Norman King William's spymaster and half-brother, Bishop Odo. In 1068, the sons of the defeated King Harold plan to invade England from Ireland with the remains of the Saxon army. Odo teams Brother Prious with an unconventional French knight, Sir Raoul, on a mission to stop the rebellion before it starts. They are joined by a Saxon priest from Exeter, Father Waestan. In carrying out their mission they uncover one of history's secrets, only now being uncovered and disputed to this day.
George Stephenson is approaching his fiftieth birthday, disappointed with life, and only too aware of his many failings. But this life starts to be transformed in what seems like a random series of events. Is it all down to chance and good fortune? Or is someone, or something, from deep in George's past orchestrating events to turn things around for the Stephenson family?
Appealing or appalling, breathtaking or brutal, Bombay is the ambition city of India, its Big Apple. Every train that pulls into Victoria Terminus or Bombay Central station brings young hopefuls with dreams in their hearts, a suitcase in hand and a one-way ticket in their pocket. Chetan Grover is one such person. When the gifted photographer and romantic dreamer, who has magic in his fingers, comes here from New Delhi in search of his "goldmine", little does he know that it will come in the shape of a devastating beauty who will not only change his life but also take it over.
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