A Boy Arrived

Cover Last October we had a fantastic launch of Stephen’s gentle and funny book at the Hilton Hotel in Lincoln. Speakers included Professor Norman Cherry and Karen Maitland, and there was a live interview by the Lincolnshire Echo. Some photos from the event are displayed below.

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A Boy Arrives
by Stephen Meek
ISBN 978-1-908577-33-7
Published October 2012
208pp £6.99

A Boy Arrives is a tale full of gentle humour and affection, long-listed in The Times/Chicken House Competition for Best Children’s Book, 2008.
I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see it on our television screens before too long. Review, The School Librarian, Autumn 2012
One of the funniest books I’ve ever read! William Shirras, impartial critic, aged 11
For capable readers who like to laugh.

Newsletter Issue 13 : Spring 2013

Cool World depicts a disturbing dystopian world ruled by the young. Two teenagers, Joshwa and Mree, are forced to take on the fearsome Head Boy and Head Girl and redeem their fallen society. 352 pages of edgy angst. Definitely NOT for children.

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Yet To Arrive…

Image Our next firm title is set for release later this year. The Strange Encounter of Sally Shakespeare and Toby Tinker is a thoughtful and unusual story for the 10-13 age range. Similar in a way to Train Ghost, it brings together two very different lives. The cover for this book is being designed by students at the University of Lincoln. Release date: October 2013. ISBN: 978-1-908577-40-5. We also have planned a wonderful story set in Africa by new author Catherine Cowell. More in the next issue.

Star Games was reissued in mid-November 2012 with a sparkling new cover by artist Felix Leone. In the wake of the Olympics, this is a timely reminder about the nature of competition and the bonds of friendship.
isbn 978-1-908577-38-2

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Summer 2013, if the cold weather ever leaves us.