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 Book Depository.
Book Description: What does it mean to be alive? Why are we here? What is our place in the universe? These are the questions tackled by JJ Evendon in his poems on the nature of existence, mortality, the soul and the human condition. Taking inspiration from music, art, nature, the universe and everyday life, JJ Evendon skilfully weaves together a collection of poems which touch upon themes of life and death, love and attraction, in an uniquely accessible way.
Publisher: The Choir Press
Height (mm): 234
Width (mm): 156
Author(s): JJ Evendon
Book Description: When Bees Flew in for Breakfast is a collection of forty original poems written specifically for the 11–16 age group. The poems cover a wide range of themes, from nonsense humour to Gothic horror to logical puzzles to the Natural World. The poems are playful, surprising, thought-provoking and intriguing. This is a book that young people will want to read.
Height (mm): 203
Width (mm): 127
Author(s): Nigel Tetley
Book Description: Inside ‘What Larks!’ you’ll find poems on subjects of wide range, but all with a common source. They represent in concise format, topics that have been my focus of interest at different times of a colourful life. Poetry is therapy without a therapist. For me, it has unified the far-flung experiences of childhood, youth, manhood and old age into the person I’ve always been but only occasionally I was.
Author(s): Richard Maitland
Book Description: Joe Neal's poetry has a charm and musicality that makes it a pleasure to read, whether aloud or to oneself. Hear the Colour, his third book of poetry, is a beautiful collection of miniature tales in verse, filled with observations on nature and childhood reflections.
Author(s): Joe Neal
Book Description: 'Once the door has closed' represents a journey of many years from the moors of Lancashire to the forests of Finland, from youth to experience. It is the first in a series exploring the nuances of language, of experimentation with imagery, of looking forward and back.
Author(s): Andrew Bramwell
"Searching the net for a publisher for my poems, I came across the Choir Press. That was five years ago and since then I have written five poetry books and cherish every one of them."
Richard Maitland. Author; Runaways, Adventures with Words, What Larks, Anchors Aweigh and Northern Lights