I have typeset for some of the world's largest publishers including Bloomsbury, Simon & Schuster, Harper Collins, Transworld, Hodder & Stoughton, Headline, Little Brown, Quercus, Verso, Polygon, Canongate, EUP, OUP and UWP.
I've typeset books as diverse as full coloured illustrated books, recipe books, children's books, academic books, joke books, cartoon books as well as straightforward novels and anthologies.
My portfolio only scratches the surface of literally thousands of books and ebooks.
I'm experienced in InDesign which I've been using for over 10 years, however, I'm also expert in many other supporting software packages.
I mainly produce EPUBs from InDesign but I'm experienced in other software packages too.
Please get in touch if you need your typesetting done quickly and professionally.
Running Hewer Text for the last 10 years, prior to which I was the production manager. Experienced in many different software packages.
A complete and authoritative guide to preparing meals centered entirely around seafood, this cookbook explains a wide range of dishes, from classic to contemporary, using plenty of diagrams and straightforward language. Readers will be guided through the proper techniques of filleting, boning, and home-smoking, and will discover a wide array of simple recipes such as Risotto Nero, or Deep-frie... read more
Completed before he died, thirty years ago, this is the newly discovered autobiography of one of the most influential comedians of recent times, Marty Feldman. Marty was a professional writer, and considered himself a writer first, and an actor second. Feldman created a number of immensely successful and influential shows such as Marty, The Frost Report and sketches for Monty Python. He was on... read more
It is assumed that every inch of the world has been explored and charted; that there is nowhere new to go. But perhaps it is the everyday places around us—the cities we live in—that need to be rediscovered. What does it feel like to find the city’s edge, to explore its forgotten tunnels and scale unfinished skyscrapers high above the metropolis? Explore Everything reclaims the city, recasting ... read more
A tribute to Richie Benaud and a celebration of his life A compilation of the very best writing from Richie's books, along with the best tributes and obituaries from those who knew and worked with him. As a player, Richie was one of the greatest of cricket's all-rounders. As a commentator and thinker on the game he became the leading figure of his generation. As a man he was revered by cricket... read more
In 2006 Russell Brand exploded onto the international comedy scene. He has been named Time Out’s Comedian of the Year, Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards, and Most Stylish Man by GQ’s Men. His UK stand-up tour was sold out and his BBC Radio 6 show became a cult phenomenon, the second most popular podcast of the year. Before the fame, however, Russell’s life was anything but glamorous. ... read more
John and Jenny had just begun their life together. They were young and in love, with a perfect little house and not a care in the world. Then they brought home Marley, a wiggly yellow fur-ball of a puppy. Life would never be the same. Marley teaches them the true importance of life.
From the day James rescued a street cat abandoned in the hallway of his sheltered accommodation, they began a friendship which transformed both their lives and, through the bestselling books, A Street Cat Named Bob and The World According to Bob, touched millions around the world. In this new story of their journey together, James looks back at the last Christmas they spent scraping a living o... read more
Inspired by a true story, this is the fictional reimagining of 'Able Seacat' Simon's adventures and heroics in dangerous wartime seas. Simon is discovered in the Hong Kong docks in 1948 and smuggled on board the H.M.S Amethyst by a British sailor who takes pity on the malnourished kitten. The young cat quickly acclimates to his new water-borne home, establishing himself as the chief rat-catche... read more
Frequent flashes of comic genius demonstrate why this waiter found fame - The Sunday Times He's got lots of tales to tell - and he does it with skill, humour and so much warmth. We loved it - Heat It's funny, naturally, but darker than you'd expect - Glamour 'No life can really be all black, right? Even during the darkest times, what got me through that bleakness was laughter and time. With en... read more
Good luck in the year ahead. You're all going to need it. Horrorscopes* will tell you everything you need to know about what will happen to you in the year ahead, and we can reveal now, it's not all good news. In fact, none of it is. The moral? Blame it on the planets - let's face it, Saturn's a bastard. This hilarious, tongue-in-cheek and detailed weekly guide to next year is interspersed wit... read more
If you don't know your OEIC from your ISA—or you do, but you're not sure how to make the right investment choices—then this clear and straightforward guide to the stock market is your very best starting point. Financial expert Alvin Hall supplies you with all the know-how you need to put you firmly in control of your financial destiny. Whether you're saving for a particular goal, planning towa... read more
Titles in This Set Secret Seven Adventure Well Done, Secret Seven Secret Seven on the Trial Go Ahead, Secret Seven Good Work, Secret Seven Secret Seven win Through Three Cheers, Secret Seven Secret Seven Mystery Puzzle For the Secret Seven Secret Seven Fireworks Good Old Secret Seven Shock for the Secret Seven Look Out, Secret Seven Fun for the Secret Seven
Chevalia is an enchanted island where ponies and horses rule, its magic powered by eight golden horseshoes hanging in the royal castle. But the horseshoes have been stolen and must be found before Midsummer Day or the island will lose its magic ...A Magical Friend On her summer holiday by the sea, pony-mad 81/2-year-old Pippa is transported to Chevalia. A beautiful white pony gallops over and ... read more
Book by Jacobson, Howard
'I've had an up and down life - and I've tried to write down some of the stuff I've learned along the way . . . straight from the nag's gob.'From running wild with a gang of mates around the rough and ready streets of Canning Town to getting engaged and landing the role of a lifetime as Mick Carter in EastEnders, it's fair to say that Danny Dyer has seen a thing or two. And he's not shy in tel... read more
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