Do you have a novel inside of you?

If you do, please let us know! We’re absolutely flat out working on our current titles so we’re afraid that at the moment we’re closed for submissions, but we’d be happy to hear your plans and let you know if it’s something that would fit our lists.

We’ll be opening again in a few months’ time…

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When we do open we’re going to be looking specifically for fiction titles for adults and for young adults. Maybe you’re a budding crime writer, or you have an idea for a great thriller. Perhaps romance is more your scene, or something totally different…

As a social enterprise…

…we’re particularly looking to publish books Writerthat feature groups and communities traditionally underrepresented in fiction, and to support new or emerging writers, or writers from our local area – Fenland in North Cambridgeshire. It’s fine if your book appeals more to a niche market than the wider public, as long as it’s well written and engaging.

If you’d like to check whether something you’re working on might be of interest to us, you’re welcome to contact us and ask, but please don’t send any samples at the current time.

We’re very excited about the books we’ll be bringing you over the next few months, and really looking forward to opening again for some more wonderful submissions.

In the meantime, we best crack on. These books aren’t going to publish themselves!

Coming soon in 2016!

We are very excited to be working on more books that are planned for publication next Spring.


James IllustratingThe Wrong Adventure

The much anticipated follow up to ‘Who’s Not In School?‘, by the same author/illustrator team of Ross Mountney and James Robinson. Harry’s digging in the garden and doesn’t want to stop. How far will he get?

Left: James demonstrating his illustration at an event


Tales from my Home Education Notebook

Ross Mountney’s new book for home educating adults, in which she presents a collection of articles and blog posts she has written over the years, all updated and with new material in addition. The 52 chapters provide a weekly boost for home educators to inspire and encourage.


The Hospital Hoppities

When you’re in hospital so often it’s easy to get fed up and bored. But things can certainly become more interesting when you discover the Hospital Hoppities!
A book especially for children and families for whom hospital is a place where they spend a lot of time…
Written by Charlotte Hartley-Jones, illustrated by Anita Kariba.


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