Editing an e-zine and helping to select work to publish.
Editing a soon to be published novel for an author.
Writing various novels (self-published and with a publisher). Making contacts in the industry and discovering new and exciting ways to promote my books, get reviews, gain attention and present my advertising and promotional content, which I am now willing to make use of to help other authors.
Reviewing and promoting books, many of which are from indie authors. Now we have expanded to releasing a series of mini podcasts in which I read out an extract from a book, to give potential readers a taste for the story. Then I post links so that they can purchase the book and learn more about the author.
Sharing articles written by the journalists, connecting with people/groups and making connections on social media. Collating email addresses and sending out newsletters.
A selection of poems and stories, sent in from talented writers, some based in Manchester and others from all around the world. Many of the poems and stories have have a winter theme. All of them have something to say.
Our longest issue yet; featuring a mix of poetry and fiction, with a book review thrown in.Whether you like horror stories, tales of revenge, poems about love or something a little more abstract, there's something here for you to enjoy.You might laugh. You might cry. You might never look at a chicken in the same way ever again.
Originally inspired by what was intended to be a standalone seven-word poem on Instagram; "Run Away with Me in Seven Words" is the debut co-written collection by Manchester Poets and real-life couple, Amanda Steel and Andy N. This book contains a sequence of poems taking the reader through a journey. Each piece is exactly seven words, where the two writers seem to play emotional tennis with ea... read more
Imagine finding out your parents weren’t your parents; that they bought you on the black market and lied to you for fifteen years. This is what Kayla Marshall has to deal with after she is reunited with her real family. She struggles to find where she belongs. Is it with the couple she grew up with and called Mum and Dad? Or is it her genetic family who she grew up thinking were a figment of h... read more
The conclusion in the 2 part Lost and found story.Kayla is a single mother, while Nathan's memory loss means he has no memory of her or their daughters. When Jason comes into Kayla's shop to buy two of Nathan's paintings, she ends up giving him a job and it's obvious she has an attraction to him. She just can't stop thinking about Nathan and waiting for him to remember her. He's her first love... read more
The sequel to After the zombies.What can you do when zombies are everywhere? Aiming for the head is the easy part. The real challenges are distinguishing zombies from humans and knowing which humans to trust.Not learning their lesson from the Manchester outbreak, the government are still intent on creating a more compliant race. It looks like they will keep trying until they get it right, or u... read more
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