Here´s a message from my publisher, Ward Wood Publishing, with news of some great offers and low prices, and a poetry competition that supports a cold weather shelter in London and offers publication for the winner.
Season’s Greetings From Ward Wood Publishing
To help you celebrate, we have some last-minute gift ideas and a competition
in aid of the homeless in three North London Cold Weather Shelters
that could win you publication of your own short poetry collection with Ward Wood.
It’s never too late to send the gift of a Kindle ebook and we have a full selection
of fiction and poetry at prices starting from just 77p.
We keep our Kindle ebook prices temptingly low, so these are perfect stocking fillers
you can send to friends and family or you can treat yourself.
Our full range can be viewed here
and includes the dark, alternative Christmas novel
Everything is Free for 77p.
Other books in our range are £1.53
(Amazon prices can vary slightly and you need to use the Amazon site for your country to buy Kindle ebooks).
If you prefer a paperback,
we have also kept the prices on our website low,
as it’s a great help to small publishers when readers buy direct from us.
You can see our full list here,
including Pam Zinnemann-Hope’s book On Cigarette Papers,
which will be dramatized by BBC Radio 4 on January 8th at 2.15pm as the Afternoon Play.
We have had a great year at Ward Wood and wish you a happy and successful 2014.
If you would like a chance to be published by us, take a look at the
Lumen/Camden Poetry Competition,
which will be judged by Andrew Motion this year.
The winner will have a short poetry collection published by us, and
proceeds go to the Cold Weather Shelters.
You can also help by buying the prizewinning book by
this year’s winner Patricia Averbach,
or the books by previous winners Caroline Squire and Bob Cooper.
Thank you for your support and Happy New Reading in 2014!