Last Saturday was the fifth anniversary of the publication of our first book, Magnificent Britain by Michael Murray.
We published two further titles in 2012.
Julia's Room by Michael Murray is a novella set in London in the early 1970s.
Alan is a young reporter working in a newspaper office in Fleet Street.
Follow Alan as he struggles to meet deadlines;
comes to terms with office politics;
and, learns the truth about the beautiful Julia.
Read a free sample of Julia's Room here.
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Over seventy years ago, World War II uprooted my father, Norman Buckle, from a coal mining village in South Yorkshire and transported him thousands of miles to Sierra Leone in West Africa and later to a tropical island in the Pacific.
"I Think I Prefer the Tinned Variety" presents the diary extracts Norman wrote when stationed at naval shore-bases in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa; Sidney, Australia; and Ponam, the Admiralty Islands.
My own fascination with family history has lead me to research the background to the diary which is included as annotations to the text.
The book is not an account of daring-do: it describes some of Norman's experiences far away from home and documents everyday life on a naval shore-base during WW2.
Read a free sample of I Think I Prefer the Tinned Variety: The Diary of a Petty Officer in the Fleet Air Arm during World War II by N. Buckle & C. Murray here.
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