Authors

Richard Butchins

Richard Butchins

Cripplehood - Memoir

Richard Butchins is a well known and long established television presenter, director and producer of programmes highlighting disability for Channel Four (Dispatches) and the BBC (Panorama) amongst other television networks. Alongside his television work, Richard is a highly respected artist/painter. Richard’s neurodiversity lends his stream of consciousness a unique quality.

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Mark Stibbe

Dr Mark Stibbe

The Dream House - Mesmeric literary fiction of the highest calibre, sometimes historical but always interwoven with magical realism.

Born in 1960, Mark was adopted by Philip Stibbe, a star pupil of CS Lewis. Inspired by his father’s passion for stories, Mark became a senior scholar of English Literature at Cambridge University, and subsequently wrote a PhD in storytelling, published by Cambridge University Press.
Mark then went onto write many nonfiction books on spirituality before, in 2012, migrating to fiction. In 2020, he completed his novel A Book in Time and submitted it to the Page Turner Fiction Awards. He won the Writing Award for Fiction.
He and Yasmin love this quote:
“There must always be two kinds of art: escape-art, for man needs escape as he needs food and deep sleep, and parable-art, that art which shall teach man to unlearn hatred and learn love.”
W.H. Auden

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Colleen MacMahon

My Name is Ten

YA Fiction

Set in the not too distant future, when the 17 year old protagonist loses both her physical perfection and documentation proving her elite provenance, she is incarcerated in The Kennels, where she has six weeks to either be adopted or face euthanasia.
My Name is Ten tells of a world where distribution of resources is largely determined by a healthy pedigree and reproductive potential.

Born and raised in Bath, Colleen trained at a vocational boarding school in Hertfordshire studying Drama and the Arts. Alongside her acting career – on stage and as an audiobook narrator/voiceover artist – she has been an award-winning short story writer, an adjudicator, teacher and mentor; she is also an accomplished watercolour artist.
A vivid imagination, coupled with her fascination for ‘what if…’ scenarios, has taken her novel writing into the realm of Speculative Fiction where it has found a natural home and afforded her endless possibilities to explore. My Name Is Ten and its sequel will be her debuts into YA fiction.

Sarah Harris

Sarah Harris

The Definition of Us

YA Fiction

Four teenagers with different mental health problems embark on a road trip in search of their missing therapist. Unexpected humour, twists and turns ensue.

Published July 2018.

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Reena Kumarasingham

Reena Kumarasingham

Nonfiction - Title TBC

Fiction - Chronicles of the New Earth

Reena Kumarasingham authored the Radiant Light Series, comprised of three books – Shrouded Truth, The Magdalene Lineage and Divine Consciousness. She is also a psychology graduate, regression therapist, life between lives therapist, whose therapy practice has clients spanning Asia, Australia and Europe. She is a certified trainer and supervisor for the Past Life Regression Academy in the training therapists in the UK, Australia and USA. She has given talks internationally including the World Congress of Regression Therapy in Turkey and the Past Life Regression Convention in India. Reena is the author of two chapters on advanced regression therapy techniques in Transforming the Eternal Soul. Reena is currently writing her first fiction novel.
Kane Literary Agency also handle foreign rights for Shrouded Truth - please contact me for further information.

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Sharon Barba

Sharon Barba

Tertia Trilogy: The Light in Our Shadow

Historical Fiction

Sharon Barba is a fiction writer based in Perth, Western Australia who creates engaging, richly researched historical fiction about strong, passionate women and agents of change in conflicted times. In 2020, Sharon won a Katharine Susannah Pritchard (KSP) Unpublished Writer Program Residential Fellowship. She has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Australia, where she majored in Ancient History and was a dual winner of the Cecil Rose Owen Prize. 

Ruchita Misra

Ruchita Misra

Three Women, Three Continents, Three Different Tales

Amor Vincit Omnia or Does it?

Romantic Fiction

Ruchita is an award winning author in India, making her debut in the UK. Ruchita's wonderful sense of humour and warmth make her writing an intoxicating blend.

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Min Day

Min Day

Expression of Grief - Psychological Thriller

Min is one of the most dedicated writers I know.