Collaborations

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    Neem Tree Press
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    Tech Nation
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    Idean
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    English Heritage
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    Octopus
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    Ebury
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    Head of Zeus
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    Jane Lovett
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    Shemin Nurmohamed
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    OC&C
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    Paul Hoffman

Examples of our work

After: The Obligation of Beauty

After: The Obligation of Beauty

Mindy Weisel | Artist, Author & Speaker

Memoir

This compelling and candid memoir by Mindy Weisel, an internationally acclaimed artist and author, traces her search to find beauty in her life, which began as a child born in the Bergen-Belsen Displaced Person’s Camp to parents who had survived the Auschwitz concentration camp. This is not her parents’ story, rather, it is a courageous and honest portrait of her struggle to understand the black hole she was born into. Her successful journey in becoming an artist with her own voice, and an unshakable will to live with beauty, is most inspiring.

  • Design
  • Digital Distribution and Metadata Support
  • Editorial
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  • Production
  • Project Management
  • Sales
Inner Alchemy: The Path of Mastery

Inner Alchemy: The Path of Mastery

Zulma Reyo | Educator, Author & Speaker

Mind, Body & Spirit

For those who want to deepen their understanding of the world we live in, for those who want to see change happen and know that this begins with themselves, Inner Alchemy offers a path to inner peace, meaning, purpose, joy and wisdom. Inner Alchemy reveals your true power, intelligence and the impact you can have upon the world, helping you learn that personal transformation is a way of securing social and world change. It shows you the way and gives you the keys so that you may walk your path in wholeness.

  • Audiobook
  • Ebook Conversion
  • Editorial
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What’s in a Name: Family, career and the heart of Malaysia

What’s in a Name: Family, career and the heart of Malaysia

Nazir Razak | Chairman of CIMB Group

Business & Finance

What’s in a Name takes readers to the often troubled heart of Malaysian politics and business over the last fifty years. Nazir Razak built CIMB Group into one of the most successful banks in Asean. In a career spanning three decades, he has been at the centre of the action. And when he was not, he had a ringside seat for all the biggest deals and power struggles, victories and defeats involving some of the most colourful characters of recent times.

  • Design
  • Digital Distribution and Metadata Support
  • Ebook Conversion
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  • Marketing & PR
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Sunlight and Shadows: Writers in the South of France

Sunlight and Shadows: Writers in the South of France

Julia Carter | Author

Literary Biographies.

Jean Cocteau. F. Scott Fitzgerald. Aldous Huxley. Katherine Mansfield. Somerset Maugham. Edith Wharton. The French Riviera has long been a setting for wealth and romance but between the wars it was also the home for writers from all over the world. For many it was a cheap place to live well; for others the climate was good for their health; while some were fleeing romance, addiction, and even prosecution. They all found a haven of sunlight and beauty and they all found the space to live in their imaginations and write their masterpieces – but what terrible secrets did they bring with them? Sunlight and Shadows explores the lives and works of these six best-selling twentieth century writers who lived, loved and wrote in the South of France.

  • Audiobook
  • Design
  • Digital Distribution and Metadata Support
  • Ebook Conversion
  • Editorial
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  • Marketing & PR
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Life on the Floodplain: A Garden Wildlife Diary 2020

Life on the Floodplain: A Garden Wildlife Diary 2020

Ceri Leigh | Photographer & Naturalist

Natural World

The diary of one year in rural Wales, telling the story of the wildlife photographed in Ceri Leigh’s garden on the Usk floodplain, as well as a bigger story of trauma, mental health and the power of nature to help heal the mind. After an accident on her way home from work one day resulted in severe post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Ceri moved back to Wales with her family and, as a coping mechanism, began taking photographs with her phone of the surrounding landscapes and wildlife. She wrote brief notes every day about the wildlife in her garden. This has resulted in this book and local exhibitions of her photographs.

  • Design
  • Digital Distribution and Metadata Support
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Jewish Pride: Rebuilding a People

Jewish Pride: Rebuilding a People

Ben Freeman | Educator & Author

Religion & Politics

In Jewish Pride: Rebuilding a People, Ben M. Freeman, inspired by his experiences with LGBTQ+ pride, aims to educate, inspire and empower Jewish people to reject the shame of antisemitism imposed on Jews by the non-Jewish world as well as non-Jewish perceptions of what it means to be a Jew. Enabling them to begin the process of defining their own identities as proud Jews through Jewish experience, Jewish history and Jewish values. Jewish Pride is an urgent and essential read.

  • Design
  • Digital Distribution and Metadata Support
  • Ebook Conversion
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By the Way…

By the Way…

Emmanuel Grodzinski

Memoir

Emmanuel Grodzinski’s captivating memoir explores the course of his ancestry and life. Looking back on a multitude of both troubled and cherished memories, By the Way… delves into his family’s rich history, their journey through a tumultuous Europe and his own recollections of a rewarding family life, of work successes and eventful travels. Written with humour and wit, it is a charming family memoir that reflects the universal themes of life that thread their way between then and now: love and loss, identity and home.

  • Design
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  • Project Management
The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus

The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus

Adam Leigh | Author

Fiction

When restless advertising executive Alex Lazarus meets charming lawyer Julian Lloyd-Mason by chance whilst looking after their children in the park, they hatch a plan to launch a parenting website together. Primaparent.com goes global and Alex suddenly finds the fame and fortune he always craved. But the trappings of success come at a price. As his life begins to fall apart he realises too late that wanting more can sometimes get you less. Can he save himself from his own ambition – before he loses everything?

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The Bull & Last Cookbook

The Bull & Last Cookbook

The Bull & Last | Coaching Inn

Food & Drink

From the owners of North London’s iconic pub and coaching inn The Bull & Last, this beautiful cookbook contains over 70 mouthwatering recipes, including the pub’s famous Scotch egg and classic steak tartare. More than a cookbook, it shares stories of the pub’s local community and history, with stunning photography by food and lifestyle photographer Joe Howard. Published just this month, it has already gained coverage in The Times and The Caterer. With comforting meals that feel like a warm hug, and an elegant design, The Bull & Last cookbook is an essential addition to any kitchen.

  • Design
  • Digital Distribution and Metadata Support
  • Ebook Conversion
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  • Marketing & PR
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Born Digital: The Story of a Distracted Generation

Born Digital: The Story of a Distracted Generation

Robert Wigley | Entrepreneur & Chairman

Business

Bob Wigley is Chairman of UK Finance and has worked in the banking industry for 25 years, including as Chairman of Merrill Lynch for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. His first book, Born Digital, is a stark warning about the digital age, which, though it has brought many positive changes to society, has also brought an abundance of challenges, in many ways exacerbating inequality and compromising our wellbeing. Born Digital explores digital technology’s adverse effects on attention, mental health, relationships, news media and even the state of democracy across the world. It is essential reading for all who engage in the digital world today.

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  • Ebook Conversion
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Break These Chains

Break These Chains

Kirsteen Stewart | Author

Fiction

Break These Chains is Kirsteen Stewart’s first novel and explores the conflict between traditional values and a swiftly changing society in 1960s London. In this vivid and compelling novel, new arrival, nineteen-year-old protagonist Lydia, must learn how to navigate love, loss and family secrets. Described as ‘Sparkling, funny and wise’ by journalist and author Rachel Johnson, Break These Chains has also gained attention from The Telegraph, from biographer and reviewer Ann Chisholm and from journalist and founder of Open Democracy Anthony Barnett.

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Do Daddies Have Ants in Their Pants?

Do Daddies Have Ants in Their Pants?

Fransie Frandsen | Illustrator & Author

Children’s

This engaging and artful book is the second instalment in Fransie Frandsen’s Alexander’s Questions series about an inquisitive young boy named Alexander and his family. As an art therapist who works with children, Fransie conveys through the story the importance of parent–child communication for building healthy family relationships. The quirky and fun series, which began with the book Do Grannies Have Green Fingers?, has earned praise from Female First, BBC Radio, i and many others.

  • Design
  • Digital Distribution and Metadata Support
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Excerpts from Experts: Marketing

Excerpts from Experts: Marketing

Fortune Hill | Marketing & HR Leadership Consultancy

Business

Fortune Hill has published Excerpts from Experts: Marketing to raise money for NHS Charities Together during the COVID-19 pandemic. With contributions from more than 200 marketing professionals, the valuable insights in this collection of tips, anecdotes and advice is equally valuable to readers new to the industry and those with established careers. It has gained positive reviews from The Marketing Academy, The Marketing Society, Marketing Week and others.

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  • Ebook Conversion
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  • Printing
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  • Sales

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