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: It’s easy to neglect self-care when you’re depressed. Sometimes it can be a struggle to eat, to wash or even to get out of bed. But all of these things are essential; they help to maintain self-esteem, and one day, when the sun comes out, you want to be healthy enough to enjoy it. This little book lays out a series of self-care tasks and tips to help you through each day when times seem hard.
Self-care on its own will not be sufficient to treat severe depression, but having someone take an interest in you and be kind to you will help. Sometimes that someone can be you.
Publisher: The Choir Press
Height (mm): 190
Width (mm): 120
Author(s): Alice Rosewell
Book Description: The idea of the three-generation wealth trap is ingrained in our culture. The notion that the first generation makes it, the second generation merely preserves and the third generation loses it is one which has achieved almost legendary status. But this pattern is by no means inevitable. With knowledge and careful planning, it is possible to ensure that your descendants retain and build on their inheritance for many generations to come.
This book will give you a greater understanding of the issues facing your family, alongside a set of tools, skills and strategies to ensure that you thrive rather than just survive, both now and in the future.
Publisher: Orthopaedic Research UK Publishing
Height (mm): 216
Width (mm): 140
Author(s): Simon Bloom
Book Description: Music is important to us as a species, and it can be particularly important to people with dementia. Singing in a group can improve a person's mood, recall, self-esteem and overall quality of life. Whether you're a trained musician or someone who has no training but can hold a tune (and that is almost everyone), this book will give you guidance on every stage of setting up a singing group for people with dementia: choosing songs, structuring sessions, choosing and setting up a venue, training volunteers, finding funding, keeping participants safe and ensuring that everyone has a good time.
Publisher: Elephant in the room books
Height (mm): 246
Width (mm): 189
Author(s): Paul Robinson
Book Description: In 'Learning to live with bipolar disorder' Jane McGraham describes the early warning signs that help her to recognize changes in her moods and the action plans she uses to cope with mood changes. This book will be of interest to those who, like Jane, live with a mental disorder. Despite years of physical, sexual and emotional abuse she was often described as 'Jane the Dauntless' by her father. To the outside world, Jane was a happy child, but inwardly she had lived a lot of her life in a glass box. She can see out, but others, for years, could not see in. Following the death of her mother, Jane no longer had to pretend that all was well and her life fragmented and shattered. Following a spell in hospital, she was eventually diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in her forties. Still experiencing manic depressive episodes today, Jane, like many others, struggles to live with the condition.
Height (mm): 203
Width (mm): 127
Author(s): Jane McGraham
Book Description: 'Without the Woo Woo' is a mainstream and down to earth self-development book that not only brings powerful realisations to your conscious awareness, but it also offers practical application suggestions to help you move forward. We are currently living through times of unprecedented global and personal change. You only have to look at the economic system, the healthcare system, the political system, the justice system, the food system and even the eco system that supports life to appreciate the total chaos that we are all surrounded by. You may also feel unsettled by your own life and the challenges you have faced in the past and are perhaps even facing now? In uncertain times like these we are all looking for clear, concise and easy to understand answers, and now you've found them. Having both made considerable life journey's and with many combined years of experience in the field of human behaviour and consciousness Austin Wyse and Dawn Bailey have compiled these new and ancient personal development insights to help you change the way you feel about your life forever. When used by sceptics Woo Woo is a dismissive term used to refer to new age or spiritual beliefs.
“The best book on British military swords since Robson... people will be looking it up in ‘Dellar’ for years to come” Chris Allen, Bonhams
Publisher: Rose Grant Publishing
Author(s): Austin Wyse and Dawn Bailey
"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