Indie Author Week UK 2018
This week celebrates #IndieAuthorWeekUK and we are helping to promote Indie Authors from around the UK. Indie Authors write across all genre so be sure to #SpreadTheWord and tell all your book lover friends they may be surprised and find a new exciting writer to follow.
UK Indie Lit Fest
Throughought the week we will be sharing some of our favourite books by Indie Authors participating in the 3rd UK Indie Lit Fest. This FREE Book Event is to be held on Saturday 28th July 2018 at Kala Sangam Arts Centre Bradford click the logo above to visit the lit fest website.
Books by Indie Authors
So to open the showcase we have a selection of Indie Authors who write Children’s Books, click on the title to visit the UK Amazon site to find out more and in some cases ‘Look Inside’ the books.
‘A Home for Emy’ by Chris Turnbull
Inspired By True Events. On a cold October morning a young Border Collie and her litter of puppies are abandoned at an animal shelter. Taken in and cared for – one by one they are found a new home. The smallest of the pups, Emy, waits and watches as her brothers and sisters leave. All she wants is to find a home in time for Christmas. A beautifully illustrated book about a young dogs wish to find a home.
‘Young Ebenezer ~ A New Christmas Carol’ by Rose English
This story is a seasonal treat, a modern, lyrical re-telling of the Charles Dickens classic – ‘A Christmas Carol.’ with full colour images on every page.
Eb is a spoilt child who really is not one for caring, and he certainly hates sharing. He is watched over by a very special guardian – the family’s ancient longcase clock, who is bestowed with magic. His name is Grandfather Time. On Christmas Eve Grandfather Time decides he must teach the boy a lesson. So he calls upon his friends; the Ghosts of Past, Present and Future and with lessons to learn he brings forth the first tutor – a little golden-red King Charles spaniel, called Miss Ruby Heart.
‘M.I.C.E and the Stone’ by William Conniston
Grandpa gives Olly and Tilly Peterson a mysterious black stone passed to him for safe-keeping many years ago by his own grandfather. They find it enables them to understand what animals are saying and soon they are approached for help by representatives of M.I.C.E, an ancient secret organisation. With two friends, a faithful dog Jess and some small but talented creatures, including three mice who are top technologists, the children are pitched into a dangerous struggle against evil enemies from the distant past who will stop at nothing to achieve their dreams of power. Set in a small seaside village near Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast, everything seems normal on the surface but dark forces are at work beneath…
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