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The Choir Press
132 Bristol Road
Gloucester
GL1 5SR
 
Telephone:
01452 500016

       





Trade Pricing

We pay royalties on print on demand books monthly and because the royalty is calculated by using the trade cost of printing your book you will receive a bigger royalty from us than under almost any other publishing arrangement.
Personal Service
With The Choir Press you’ll always be dealing with a named contact on a one to one personal basis who will be knowledgeable about your book. You can phone and visit us.  We've helped to publish 1000s of books for publishers of all kinds from sole traders to international publishing groups covering almost every genre.
 

Novels

The following books are examples of self-publishing projects from a small selection of our authors.  Most of our books are available through the major bookselling channels including amazon and bookdepository.com.

The Twisted Way
Author: Jean Hill           ISBN 978-0-9563419-0-7
Size 234x156mm. Paperback. 316pp.  £7.95
Edited and produced by The Choir Press.

A young boy is evacuated in 1940 from London to a small English country village. He vows that one day he will repay the kindness shown to him by the Merryweather family. Fifty years later he returns to the village to work incognito as a gardener for Alicia Merryweather’s daughter Janet. However, life doesn’t turn out as he expects and he finds himself embroiled in mystery, intrigue, greed and murder.

A Thing of Shreds and Patches. Volume I – Picking Up The Pieces
Author: Hugo Johnson           ISBN 978-0-9564674-0-9
Size 234x156mm. Paperback.320pp.  £11.99
Book production by The Choir Press.

A Thing of Shreds and Patches is the first volume in Hugo Johnson’s 8 novel saga set in post-war Britain. This well researched series took nearly 20 years to write in between other writing projects. It captures the mood and changes within British society and politics between the end of the second World War and the end of the 1970s. Hugo Johnson weaves the topical events of the day into the characters’ lives and relatonships.

The Human Race
Author: O.C. Heaton           ISBN 978-0-9561720-0-6
Size 198x127mm. Paperback. 448pp.  £9.99
Book production by The Choir Press.

From the leafy suburbs of London to the frozen wastelands of Iceland, in the shadow of Ground Zero and the barren dryness of the Mojave Desert, Britain’s richest man Ethan Rae, and American playboy Samuel Reynolds battle for a secret that will not only secure their business interests but will also affect every member of the human race . . . and they’ll stop at nothing to get it.


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What our clients say


“At every stage you consulted, gave gentle advice and kept me up to date with progress. I could not have asked for more.” Michael Jones, Northampton
 

Company Information

The Choir Press is an imprint and trading style of Action Publishing Technology Ltd. Registered in England in 1982 No. 1602223
 

The Choir Press


132 Bristol Road
Gloucester
GL1 5SR
Call: 01452 500016