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Please note that the News articles for PublishMe from 2022 through to April 2023 have been archived into one article below.
What people are saying
(Originally posted 09/08/2022)
Here’s a wonderful review of our services by M C Post, author of Guild Scouts, Journey of the Night, whose excellent fantasy book can be found here https://www.amazon.com.au/Guild-Scouts-Journey-Night-Post-ebook/dp/B0B2QJRC2N/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2L1WURYQB5JRT&keywords=guild+scouts&qid=1660011758&sprefix=guild+scouts%2Caps%2C253&sr=8-1:
“It was such a pleasure to work with someone who was as enthusiastic and committed to the project as I was. Your support, advice and overall interest in me and my work is very much appreciated and I would highly recommend PublishMe to anyone with a passion for writing.
I look forward to working with you again.”
(Originally posted 03/06/2022)
Guild Scouts. Journey of the Night by M.C. Post
“Many of us long for change, but it doesn’t always come about in the way we expect.
When her uncle, Viscount Sebastian Avery, orchestrates the move from his family holdings in Briar Glade to a large manor house in the coastal city of Avondale, Samira suspects he is plotting another of his devious schemes. But when people start dying she learns he is embroiled in a conspiracy much bigger than a mere con.
Desperate to prevent her uncle from using her special gifts in his quest for power, Sam escapes with the help of some new friends and discovers her gifts are a valuable asset to a group determined to keep the country safe.”
I absolutely LOVED this book. It’s the first part of a trilogy, so keep ’em peeled for part two, which will be out as soon as possible. It’s a great young adult novel, but this 55-year-old really enjoyed it, too. It’s cleverly plotted and well-researched and you’ll love the characters – goodies and baddies alike. (The baddies are really bad…)
To grab your copy, either go to the Amazon page here: https://www.amazon.com/Guild-Scouts-Journey-Night-Post-ebook/dp/B0B2QJRC2N/ref=sr_1_1?crid=9AAL9IRE812O&keywords=Guild+Scouts&qid=1654047068&s=books&sprefix=guild+scouts%2Cstripbooks-intl-ship%2C473&sr=1-1
or email M.C.Post99@gmail.com
Dive into this wonderful story. I know you’ll enjoy it as much as I did. Lel.
(Originally posted 17/05/2022)
“Art That Heals” by Carrie Brightwell.
I’ll let Carrie describe her book in her own words:
“Welcome to a world of healing at your fingertips. This book is unlike any other mandala colouring book you can buy. It’s authentic, original, unique, and full of unconditional universal love.
“It is designed to empower and heal you. You choose when, where, and how you wish to receive the benefits from these mandalas and the Reiki energy that was thoughtfully put into them.
“Allow yourself to reap all benefits of meditating in a playful yet focused way. Give your mind and body the healing it needs and help yourself create the future of your dreams.
“Reclamation of Power
“I have selected and shared very empowering energies to help you release yourself from fear and unserving habits, to help you gain strength, hope, and a stronger connection with your intuition.
“This book is now available to buy in New Zealand! Get your copy now and begin your fun, focused and healing meditative journey 💜”
And here’s where you can buy your copy. It would make an excellent gift, or you can keep it for yourself: https://brightwellbeing.co.uk/art-that-heals-reclamation…/
P.S. Folks, if you visit this link, you can receive a free Reiki infused colouring mandala. Why wouldn’t you? Enjoy. Lel.
(Originally posted 26/03/2022)
The Fable of Flitcroft Point, by Robert Philip Bolton
Here’s another wonderful book from one of our most prolific authors, Robert Philip Bolton. He’s knocked it out of the ballpark once more with The Fable of Flitcroft Point:
A controversial novel that turns New Zealand history upside-down. Will you see the past being repeated?
Early in the twenty-first century a series of viruses killed eighty percent of the world’s population. Famine loomed. In New Zealand there was plenty of food but too few people to process it. Into this vacuum came the mysterious Vandiers, so numerous and wealthy they dominated the small Kiwiland population whose traditions, culture, religion and language they despised. The Fable of Flitcroft Point is set in a typical Kiwiland village where the Vandier government has taken village land for its own purposes. The Kiwilanders decide they want their land back. But can their feeble protest succeed against the overwhelming land-grabbing power of central government?
I honestly can’t recommend this book enough, so jump onto Amazon and grab your copy. You can find it here: https://www.amazon.com.au/Fable-Flitcroft-Point-controversial-Zealand-ebook/dp/B09SVX5MJB/ref=sr_1_2?crid=200JB09D5E3BL&keywords=robert+philip+bolton&qid=1648160706&sprefix=robert+philip+bolton%2Caps%2C243&sr=8-2