After working as a creative director in design agency for many years I decided to start designing book covers and haven't looked back.
I love it and and it turns out I'm pretty good at it too.
My very own design agency, I'm lucky enough to work with some fantastic clients and thank my lucky stars daily I took the plunge.
I came to Wild Dog as a senior design and became the Creative Director where I ran the design department and oversaw (and did most of!) the design work.
My 1st role in a general design agency, working on books and with corporate clients
I was lucky enough work for this awesome magazine straight out of college, working under a great art director it gave me good understanding of typography
The Levels focuses on challenges faced by business owners between the small to medium size transition- often a turbulent time for even the most accomplished entrepreneur! A tried and tested model, author Ray Moore brings together his extensive knowledge, experience and challenges faced over his long and successful career in business ownership. At its simplest, The Levels can be described as a ... read more
What if you had one year to bring your life back from the brink? Stephanie Slater appears to have it all, the house, the car, the fairy tale marriage and the new start she so desperately needed. No one knows yet she is secretly living a lie, but with mounting debts, a cheating husband and an obsession to do better than the Jonses, her perfect facade is about to shatter. When her life begins to... read more
Christmas Romance / Christmas Fiction for 2016. Perfect for fans of Bridget Jones' Baby. NEW laugh-out-loud baby fiction and romantic comedy, from bestselling romance author, Suzy K Quinn.If you laughed with the Unmumsy Mum, you’ll LOVE this new baby romance - free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers.This book will make you laugh, cry and feel AMAZING. Escape and unwind with the literary equivale... read more
Jez Campbell’s Dogstar Trilogy is redefining the werewolf myth, ‘a must-read horror’ Commended at the Hollywood Halloween Book FestivalCommendation at the London Book Festival'Campbell's books paint a dangerous and seedy portrait of London, oozing a sense of grubbiness and sleaze which has seen the writing compared to the great Irvine Welsh' Scream Magazine'Cinematic... werewolves in a gritty,... read more
Polly wants more from life.A more interesting job. A more satisfying relationship. More excitement. More fun. More sex.Most of these things seem like impossible dreams, but more sex feels like a good place to start. Which is why when Polly’s new work mate, Della, introduces her to the idea of polyamory, Polly finds herself tempted. When she meets Della’s man, the gorgeous Dan, she finds hersel... read more
NEW RELEASES 2017 - Romantic Comedy / Funny Romance for ANY MOTHER who wants to laugh, feel good, relax and fall in love.If you liked the Unmumsy Mum, Hurrah for Gin and the List, you’ll LOVE this new romantic comedy.BOOK DESCRIPTIONAs a mother, I imagined myself somewhere between Mary Poppins and Jules Oliver. You know – growing my own courgettes, laughing whilst covered in mud, possibly havi... read more
Murder…kidnapping…human trafficking…life extending bio medicines…Scotland Yard detectives forced to admit they are baffled following the disappearance of a massively wealthy philanthropist who seems to have vanished into thin air.This can only be a case for Jonathan Roper; on suspension for misconduct, the autistic detective is called back to duty with the Met’s Special Investigations team. Th... read more
"Tears at the funny bits, tears at the sad bits, blushes at the naughty bits, a thoroughly entertaining read".‘Comic twists, dark moments and well-drawn characters are three of the pleasures of the rollicking read that is Sam Derbyshire’s funny, smart commentary on modern relationships’ The Highland NewsIt’s that time of year again. The annual lads’ golf trip. Sun, sea but not usually sex. For... read more
The stunning debut thriller by bestselling author Dominic Piper, Kiss Me When I’m Dead introduces the enigmatic, London-based private investigator Daniel Beckett.When Beckett is offered double his usual fee to track down Viola Raleigh, the missing daughter of a billionaire arms dealer, he has no reason to believe the assignment is not as it seems.But his investigation is hindered as he discove... read more
Beautiful, ambitious and talented, top fashion designer Sara Holt seems to have the world at her feet. But recently, her life has been turned upside down. She’s been on the receiving end of a vicious and frightening campaign of harassment. More sinister still, someone has been breaking into her flat, sometimes when she’s in bed asleep. Perversely, they don’t steal anything. The police are scep... read more
When private investigator Daniel Beckett foils an assault on a young girl in London’s West End, it leads to an offer of work from a sinister and unlikely source in Soho’s Chinatown.But what starts out as a straightforward missing persons’ case soon takes on a more ominous aspect as he discovers a trail of blackmail, sadistic violence, conspiracy and murder, plus an influential, privileged and ... read more
The Brighton Maverick - The Complete Series - REVISED EDITIONA contemporary novel of love, life and adventure in Brighton's LanesAs Rick Matthews sat shivering on the midnight train to Brighton three things dawned on him. He had a boyfriend who resembled a Hollywood celebrity and had the money to match. He lived in a penthouse apartment and had a walk-in closet the size of a designer boutique.... read more
The Joy of Oysters. Preparing, cooking, and above all eating. It doesn't matter whether you've never eaten an oyster or you're a lifetime lover. This is the book for you featuring recipes old and new. With a bit of history, a bit of culture and a bit of fun thrown in by legendary food festival guru, Don Quinn.This book provides the definitive answer to the age old question: "Are oysters an aph... read more
"A writer of exceptional promise"The Daily Mail"There were five members of the Girl Novelists Dry Martini Club but – according to Hilary – Julia Claiborne was the richest. Of all the Martini Girls, Julia had the largest house and the most prestigious address – all of which would not really have bothered me, were it not for the fact that Julia Claiborne was also a strikingly attractive Radio 4 ... read more
The creative writing bible Catherine Quinn, bestselling author of Thief Taker BACK TO CREATIVE WRITING SCHOOL It’s about using 30 imaginative writing exercises to experiment with new ideas. It’s about defeating the blank page. It’s about producing the best kind of writing you can achieve. Written with passion, authority and gentle humour, it’s recommended by bestselling authors, creative writi... read more
There are humans behind the big, bad vilified banks, there are humans behind the calculations of Wall Street, there are humans behind all the legal and illegal financial machinations in the news--they are not always the best humans, and they are not always the worst humans, but All The Evil Of This World tells their stories with abundant curiosity, empathy, and honesty. On March 2nd, 2000, the... read more
In this game-changing book by Allyson Hawkins Ward, Life and Business Strategist, parents will discover:• The importance of parent’s transitioning from Supervisor to Trusted Advisor. • The GRIT formula to guide your teen to become an independent young adult. • Tools with step-by-step instructions to aide your teen.• The importance of allowing teens to fail so they can succeed. • AND Bonus stra... read more
Being dumped by your BFF may feel like the worst betrayal you could ever face,worse than being–•ditched by your man,•snubbed by your dog (the cat does it regularly, so that doesn’t count), or•fired by your housekeeper.But in every crisis there’s opportunity, right?This is story of how a quirky therapist answers the phone one day, only to hear her closest friend say the dreaded words that cut h... read more
"Informative and entertaining in equal measures, HIRED, FIRED, FLED will have you hooked from the very first page." - Kaye Holland, TNT Magazine UK"A witty and entertaining read with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments and some incisive nuggets of wisdom."- Sarah Townsend, Arabian Business"Tongue-in-cheek humour, gripping angst, and weighted notational advice..."- Paul Rodger, Strathclyde Telegra... read more
Sarah Madsen is a modern young rabbit with a cozy urban life. A yuppie, perhaps, though she’d disagree with the label. After all, yuppies don’t hang with eccentric artists in beat-down studios, much less date them. And they don’t get pushed out of their apartment by profit-hunting developers, forced to pick between an impossible market and an unsustainable rent.As she hunts for a new place to ... read more
The Five Year Mark is collection of personal stories and lessons I have learnt , while building a business. In short, easy to read chapters, I cover a range of principles and lessons learnt during our company’s first five years, including: vision; leadership; operations; personal development; culture and more. In many ways, this book is something I wish I could have read during the early years... read more
BREAD FOR THE TABLEbyTara Botel DohertyBread for the Table relates a single day in the life of Sage a 30-year-old aspiring jewelry designer working as a waitress in a pseudo New York deli in Los Angeles. A postcard from her mother triggers a series of flashbacks, which bring Sage's life into focus. She remembers her protector – dear older sister, Rose of Sharon and her untimely death; her remo... read more
If you're looking for a formula to make you rich and famous in ninety days or less, this book is not for you. If you're looking to be spoon fed instructions on how to be someone you're not, this book is also not for you. And If you want to be average and fit the status quo, this book is definitely not for you. Success From Within is for the adventurous individuals who want to carve out their o... read more
An adulterous couple hear something dreadful happening next door; a movie-star is trapped in her hotel room; elsewhere a young man is buried alive on his uncle's farm; while another man wakes up, unsure of who he is or how he got there, in a perfectly white prison cell.Seven disturbing tales of claustrophobic terror, from author of supernatural thrillers, F.R. Jameson.
A Devil In Your Hedgerow could be considered a bridge between the events of World War Two and the modern Global War On Terror.In the San Francisco of the 1960’s and 1970’s, young Will Hessler is split between the local Jewish community, his Nazi War Criminal Grandfather and his anti-Semitic/ PLO affiliated Mother. As things come to a boil within the family unit, the world outside begins pushin... read more
A serial killer dubbed the “Face Ripper” is taunting police. His victims are businessmen with links to the military and the murderer has covered his tracks to leave no clues. Sounds like the perfect job for autistic detective Jonathan Roper, but he’s been snapped up by the bosses at GCHQ. They want to find out if his unique method of analysis can make the difference in the war on terror. The s... read more
“His poetry is alive with colour, light, sound and music…to Flecker, poetry was a combination of acute perception and intellectual and emotional activity and, in order to develop these creative gifts, the poet needed an enthusiasm for the world in every detail – a world that was always ‘passionately interesting’ and filled with human kindness”. So writes Jean Cantlie Stewart in her detailed in... read more