• The Green Ink Ghost

    Ben Mears

    Following their success recovering King Doon’s bones, Banyard and Mingle’s services are in high demand. But when a mysterious green-ink letter claims Michael’s dead father was murdered, he is compelled to reopen a long-forgotten case...

  • Albert Stridemore's Lockdown Discoveries

    Chick Yuill

    Seventy-five-year-old, green-fingered Albert Stridemore’s carefully ordered life has been unchanged for years. Content to live alone and diligently work his allotment, he safely buries the past as he turns the soil. But with the arrival of the coronavirus and lockdown...

  • Hide and Secret

    Helen Parker

    Twelve-year-old Ruth has always thought secrets should be good things – like presents or treats. But when she and her mum move from Egypt to Edinburgh, and she starts making friends at a daunting new school, she discovers just how dangerous some secrets can be...

  • The Treasure Man

    Joy Vee

    Sienna has never noticed the homeless man near her house, until she begins to understand how precious we all are to God. With her eyes opened, she and her younger brothers, together with their mum, seek to strike up a friendship with this ‘treasure man’...

  • Stories from the Streets

    Luke Randall, Sue Shaw

    Would you volunteer to walk the streets of your town or city late on a Saturday night? This is what Street Pastors do, showing compassionate care and concern to everyone they meet.

    Founded in 2003 to respond to critical social issues, more than 12,000 volunteers...

  • Tracks of Trustworthiness

    Heather Wraight

    Are you a charity trustee or PCC member?
    Fulfilling such legal roles with skill and integrity is fundamental to the success of any charity or ministry, and can feel like a daunting task – but this need not be the case.Sharing incisive examples from her own and others’ experience...

Meet our Authors

  • Joy Vee

    Joy grew up in in Lincoln, in the East of England. Since the age of 18, she has had over twenty homes, including time living in Ukraine and Russia.

  • Helen Parker

    Helen worked as a primary school teacher in Coventry, before teaching English to adults in Cyprus, Egypt and now Edinburgh, where she and her husband live. Their little grandchildren, alas, are in London and the Hebrides!

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Do you have a gripping story to tell, a life message to share or a burning issue to raise? If so, we would be delighted to hear from you!

A young and vibrant publishing house, we are committed to producing high quality books by new and experienced authors writing from a Christian perspective. Ranging from original fiction and riveting autobiography, to books addressing urgent social issues and profound spiritual questions, our titles cross all genres and our authors come from all backgrounds.

If you have a completed manuscript or a non-fiction book proposal, please get in touch! Every submission will receive a response, even if we believe we are not the right company to publish your book.

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