The Children of Albion by Jill Turner. When children fall through the gap of a post-millennial 'broken society', their hope is Albion and his antiquated dream of a return to the times of King Arthur - only the realities of surviving an English urban sink-estate ...
Eagle Of The Empire by Martin Ferguson Book 1 of Martin's contemporary/historical YA series that sees the Hunter Brothers adventure around Europe and time to recover magical relics.
I Defy You, Stars by Katie M John. The story of Juliet and Rafe against a backdrop of street fighting, art, poetry, bullying, and a terrible twist of fate that hurtles them both headlong into the adult world.
Defender of Stargor by Toya Richardson OUT MAY 12th Melora's life has been orchestrated for the revelation of her true identity, But this real-world girl is having a hard time accepting her rather fantastical heritage.
When Sorrows Come by Katie M. John An Upper YA Contemporary Romance, which sees seventeen-year-old Ophelia and Malachi suffering the slings of outrageous fortune, and coming to terms with their own demons.
A Hole in The Ice (Book 2 of The Weathercaster Saga) by McCallum J Morgan OUT JAN 16 An extraordinary YA fantasy adventure on the high seas with mermaids, bandits and mythical creatures.
After The Scars (A Second Chances Anthology) Hazel Robinson and Avery Hart bring together a collection of stories about survival, hope and recovery in this charity anthology. 10 fab authors
Vengeance (Book 2 of The Meadowsweet Chronicles) by Katie M. John. As the Meadowsweet sisters come to terms with their loss, dark forces are coming and it seems that everyone is seeking their own vengeance.
Cookie Cutter by Jo Richardson A funny, sexy and sweet contemporary romance in which the handsome house-flipper Carter Blackwell, meets recent divorcee, mother, worker and cookie baker.
Flame by Toya Richardson After a vicious breakup, the ambitious Amberley throws herself into the corporate world of the family business until she is forced to stop and take refuge in her childhood holiday home.
No Such Thing As Perfect by Sarah Daltry When Lily Drummonds gets everything she desired in the form of Derek, she soon realises that there is 'No Such Thing as Perfect.
Dust by Sarah Daltry In a world ravaged by war and oppressive forces of evil, a princess must fight to claim her bloodright and save her people.
Witchcraft by Katie M John 700 years on, Heargton Village still holds dark secrets, and when one of the village girls falls victim to a terrible ritual killing, the old superstitions resurface.
The Sisterhood by Alison Clarke When 15 year old Oppie and her best friend Aurie, (who happens to be a dragon), take on the seemingly impossible fight against evil, she discovers that they are far from alone.
Jill Turner began writing as a three year old. What started out as little stories about horses and cats developed over the years into teenage novellas and romances, which are still in a bedroom drawer (and should probably stay there).
A love of writing was fulfilled by a very successful and fast-paced career as a Fleet Street journalist at The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail,The Guardian, and The Daily Mirror among others. Working in journalism fed Jill's interest in the individual human experience, and developed Jill's storytelling abilities. The pursuit of journalism exposed Jill to many of the complexities, tragedies and socio-political contradictions of the human condition.
Jill now lives in the beautiful coastal countryside of South West England, where she writes full time, still writing periodically for national press, and increasingly dedicating her time to fiction writing. She lives with a very clever little boy, who adds infinitely to her life.
A voracious reader, she is passionate about getting young people into literature and has worked as a mentor with Youth At Risk, and Fairbridge/ The Prince’s Trust.
When not working, she likes to be out on the beach with her son, or at the nearest riding stables.
Author of 'The Relic Hunters' Series
Today it is our great pleasure to introduce you to Martin Ferguson, author of Eagle of The Empire, (Book 1 of The Relic Hunters Series)
Over to Martin.... I live in Norwich, England and am currently working on the YA adventure, fantasy and historical series 'Relic Hunters'. Inspired by the myths and legends my parents told me as a boy and with the help of my ever-suffering wife, a teacher and history graduate, 'Eagle of the Empire' will be the first entry in the 'Relic Hunters' series.
Over the past five years, I have written and released the two fantasy series ‘The Warrior’s Journey’ and ‘Stormheart’, along with the thriller ‘Outlaws’, under the name Edward Drake. I was also one of the authors featured in the Little Bird Publishing House anthology ‘Night Shade’ with the horror story ‘A Beaten and Haunted Heart’.
When not writing I am training or at least planning my next challenge. Following a serious knee injury I was told by surgeons never to run or play sports again. Stubborn and reckless, much like the characters in my writing, I have not listened and this year will complete the Great North Run, with a marathon planned next and something much bigger for next year.