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.
"When reading this book one can feel the frustration, dedication and fervour the author has for football. That resonates from first page to last, continually pulling the reader along into the highs and lows of football across continents and most assuredly on his home soil."
Stephen Hawkins’ story begins with England having created the modern game, managing through a combination of indifference and intransigence to lose the head start it possessed and fall for long periods behind not only the great football nations but many others as well. The good news is we are catching up again and the task now is to stay there.
Learning from the tragic love triangle of their parents, Yoshiya, Catherine and Jayne come to untangle their shared destinies with the intensity of love and altruism, searching for their individual niche. Cerebral, mystical and inspired, The Journey to the Serendipity will quickly take the reader captive and bring the wonder of humanity to life, exploring the possibility of new form of transcendental love beyond cultures and blood relations as the sequel of Dreams of Serendipity (2019).
A seventeen-year-old boy was a lowly but honourable Ordinary Seaman in the Royal Navy. All his senses awakened instantly at a chance meeting amidst a military withdrawal in early 1970s Malta. A sudden short, kindly interjection of that encounter by a mysterious and extraordinary older Greek woman of rank would quickly change the boys' perception of everything he thought and everything he did.
Memories of an 18 year old English boy flying to a tropical island, meeting and falling deeply in love with an incredibly beautiful 19 year old girl of Arabian/Polynesian heritage. Reaching the heights of emotion, from our idyllic life, a few days alone on a desert island of white coral sands and coconut palms, to heart-breaking scenes at Paya-Labar airport, as I was forced to part from my sweetheart. However, one day, many years later I received a letter...
The second half of the 20th century saw bigger changes in major British industries than any other period beforehand. Thousands of jobs disappeared, never to be replaced as more modern ways were introduced, and outdated practices beloved of trade unions disappeared. Michael Guy who was a journalist for nearly 70 years was fortunate to have a front row seat witnessing these changes in his role as editor of the in-house newspapers covering the revolution in newspaper production.
A rare account of Parliament in the last decades of the twentieth century: the life of the “college of clerks”, the unusual relationship between Officers and Members, the establishment and early years of the modern select committee system, and the trials and joys of travelling with or without Members to international parliamentary assemblies in Brussels and Strasbourg, and around the world.
Devious people prey on the vulnerable and use their need to feel special to control them, encouraging them to become involved in events that would seem unthinkable ordinarily. This sequel, to 'Abbie Carter, Collision of Minds,' provides a vision of the immoral nature of gangs and an insight into their uncaring disregard for the defenceless people they have enticed into their world. This situation affects Abbie and her community, but she has no idea how directly involved she is until events unravel and she must face an uncomfortable truth
If you thought nursery rhymes were for children, think again! A present day/historical 'whodunnit' crime mystery set in the old English Kingdom of Dumnonia. Two London detectives are sent to investigate a murder in a land full of mystery, intrigue and bizarre inhabitants.
A woman approaches private investigator, Andy Flood, claiming that her controlling husband tried to drown her in the Gulf of Mexico while on holiday in Florida. Flood turns down the case, doubting her fanciful story but when something shocking happens to her, he feels compelled to investigate. Meanwhile, Flood's daughter is arrested on suspicion of murder, claiming self-defence. When similarities begin to appear in their stories, he faces a dilemma: having doubted the woman's claim, should he believe his daughter?
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