YOUR BOOK IN PRINT - Ideas into reality
|We can offer a variety of support and services tailored to meet your requirements for book production and are considerably experienced publishers .
|Some typical publications are listed below
|We produce many booklets on a great variety and range of subjects for all kinds of organisations, clubs and individuals.
A few examples of the subjects we have printed are on Walking, Railways, Poetry, Artwork, Education and Training.
|In all forms, Perfect Bound, Wire and Hard Back. On many subjects, Fiction and Non Fiction including Children's books, Illustrated, Technical, Novels, Histories and Autobiographies.
|We currently produce an extensive range of newsletters for many of different groups from Ramblers, Residents Associations and Neighbourhood Watch groups, Friends Groups, Rotary and a variety of Clubs and Societies.
|Of many varied types including Computer Manuals, Bar Code Manuals and Health and Safety documents. Mostly Wire and Comb bound.
|A Selection of Titles we have published
|"Lost" - Charlotte Gray
"As It Was" - Lynda Chantler
"The Chained Library" - W A Tandy
"Private Pain" - Robin Clarke
"Melodies for Magpies" - Robin Clarke
"Bridging The Centuries" - David Owen
"Laughter with H2 Oh Oh Oh" - N. Maskell
"999 A State of Emergency" - Di Hoskins
"A Century of Military Aircraft" - J. Batchelor
"Studland - A Profile Of A Dorset Village" - R G Vine
"Anne And A Van" - Elizabeth Anne Coleman
"Pigeon Of Fate" - Julia Richmond
"Studies In Revelation (Volume 1)" - Daniel Cox
"Diana`s Mirror" - John Calabrini
"Why Brownsea?" - Brian Woolgar & Sheila La Riviere
"Nelson" - Nigel Fordham
"Learning Disabilities" - Charles Henley
"The Key To The Door" - Tony Betts `
"Look, Duck, & Vanish & Merchant Navy Days" - A C Youngs
“The Sky Blue Parcel” - John Nightingale.
“The Secrets of The Gods” - Martin Joyce
“Cameos of War” – Brian Guy
“The Story of Godshill” – Jean Westlake
“ The Encyclopedia of Flight in 3 Volumes” – Malcom Lowe
“The Encyclopedia of Ships” in 3 Volumes– ChrisChant
“The Smiling Piranha” – John Seaton