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‘The Five Stages of Moria’ by Elika Ansari

£ 12.99
ISBN #9781912092048 Mahdi… An unaccompanied minor. Maryam… An aid worker. Abe… A young man in love. Zarifa… A single mother.

‘Before I am Rendered Invisible’ by Ros Martin

£ 12.99
9781912092468 In this inspirational volume of spoken word, social commentary, play, essay and memoir, Ros Martin peels apart the onion

‘Diary of a Czar: Vinnie’s Odyssey’ by Stephen Lytton

£ 13.49
9781912092031 This book is about the inspirational journey of Vinnie, a Vizsla hound who lives in the snowy wastes of

‘Breaking Free’ by Jan Rothney

£ 12.99
9781912092154 As a former lecturer in Health and Social Care, a therapist and an experienced practitioner running her own 'Reset to Thrive' Recovery Programme, Jan Rothney shares her expertise and first-hand experience about recovering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Long Covid. The book shows why there is so much confusion surrounding these conditions and how they impact on recovery, at a time when the after effects of Covid are being felt across all of society. 'Breaking Free' allows readers to understand the science behind the symptoms, and learn how to work with the body to rebalance the autonomic system. You will be guided through step by step, at your own pace, and offered techniques to speed up recovery, before being shown what it takes to stay healthy and robust, no matter what challenges life brings. There is no magic: the answer lies within ourselves.

‘Cupid’s a Psycho’ by J.M. Gale

£ 9.99
9781912092185 Cupid’s a Psycho is a contemporary love story set in Glasgow.  It deals with the intense relationships of three

‘Writing Our Space: An LGBTQ+ Anthology’

£ 9.99
9781912092529
'In this space nothing else exists, we are invisible and filled with our significance. I am an expanse of existence melding into yours, unbound by language or physicality and it makes us free.' - Mel Reeve, 'Shapeshifter'
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Writing Our Space is a collection of personal essays, short stories, poems, and scripts written by members of the LGBTQ+ community across the UK. This collection spans from heartbreak on buses to loving our childhood selves; from tiger print skirts to reflections on a HIV diagnosis. This insight into modern queerness speaks to our love, our grief, and our resilience, as both individuals and a community. To the LGBTQ+ community, from the LGBTQ+ community - in our own words.

‘Writing Within Walls’ by Arkbound Foundation

£ 8.99
9781912092161 Prison. It is a word that conjures up loss, bleakness and despair. A place where those who have broken the law are kept, both for punishment and for the safety of society. But behind these images are human stories, accounts of tragic mistakes and broken lives, woven in-between with hope. For those inside prison, it is hope that often keeps them going: for the future, for those they care for, and for the chance to start afresh upon release. This collection of 20 pieces by serving prisoners and people on probation explores the under-side of the criminal justice system – the side that does not make it into tabloids or documentaries. We get a chance to see the stories, thoughts and experiences of those condemned by the courts and, in many cases, by society too. Importantly, we learn how many are repentant of the past; how some are in the midst of their own battles for justice, and how all cling onto hope.

‘Understand, Dare, Thrive’ by Diana Parkes

£ 19.99
9781912092178 In a world where women continue to face additional challenges to men, ‘Understand: Dare: Thrive’ delves into the underlying

‘Tangled Yet Coiled’ by Tom Burgess

£ 8.99
9781912092192 Phrases like ‘climate emergency’ and ‘ecological breakdown’ are not going away; they highlight a reality. Not only a potential

‘Climate Adaptation: Accounts of Resilience, Self-Sufficiency and Systems Change’

£ 14.99
9781912092123 Released 25th October 2021 Where is the world really heading, and what can we do about it? This book,

‘Great Adaptations’ by Morgan Phillips

£ 14.99
9781912092147 Released 14th September 2021 Climate change adaptation. A hope-fuelled necessity on the road to a transformed world – or

‘Sorrow, Tears and Blood’ by David Onamade

£ 8.99
9781912092789 David’s book is one of despair and hope; one that paints a picture of our society that is both