http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00G0TWDDC So, you’re thinking about attending a college in the US. Maybe you’ve already applied, or you’ve already been accepted. But do you know what to expect when you arrive on a college campus? Who will you meet? Who will be important to your career? Where will you go when you need help? How will […]
A print version: ISBN 978-1-909296-18-3, an ebook and an audiobook of Steve Hobson’s book is now available. Steve Hobson went blind about eight years ago. In adapting to his new life, he searched for a retreat, somewhere quiet and peaceful that would allow him to relax. He attended a Sesshin at the Stonewater Zen Sangha. […]
NY4U is a new approach to learning a language. Designed to help visitors to understand the language of the streets of New York it describes 250 idioms, everyday phrases and sayings, used by New Yorkers. Putting these into sentences that reinforce understanding. Answers to all the questions are provided. (NY4U = New York For You) […]
On Friday 14th Jun we relaunched Braiswick with a charming get-together at the Clifftop Cafe in Felixstowe. From that we created the Braiswick Group, starting locally, but with plans to expand to allow anyone interested in books, in reading, in writing and in publishing to join with us. Stay with us whilst we sort out […]
“Jack Windsor’s intelligent, amusing, touching and often surprising stories are a delight to read. Skilfully plotted, peopled by vivid, believable characters, these are short stories to enjoy now and return to again and again.” Jackie Short, Teacher and Writer “These short stories are a selection of Jack Windsor’s best, each one in its different way […]
Sophia Michaels is passionate about life, passionate about poetry. She explores herself in this second anthology of poems.
Douthwaite of the Double Dragon is an account of a life spent for man and God. The book is based partly on academic research but principally on a collection of letters from the Douthwaite family archive. These give intimate glimpses of life in a missionary household, and allow us to share some of Douthwaite’s hopes […]
Ken Ward was born in Germany and came to England as a 16-yr-old refugee. Author of …Then The Music Stopped Playing. This set of essays and stories is a humorous look at life through his eyes.
During the 2nd World War Hilda Meers worked as a factory ‘hand’, becoming a Trades Unionist, Shop Steward, political and peace activist. Trained as a teacher, going on to teach children with severe and complex learning problems. A book, Helping Our Children Talk, an Open University degree and a move into teacher training followed. On […]
Northrepps in Norfolk was the family home of a number of influential families, with Quaker roots. This book brings to life that world. To a lively tribe of visiting grandchildren Northrepps in Norfolk was the family home of the Buxton, Barclay and Gurney families. Thoma Powell Buxton of slave emancipation fame, Elizabeth Fry and many […]