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Yes and Pigs Might Fly
'Genuinely insightful'
FINALIST in the WSBA
www.amazon.co.uk


The Tap-Dancing Pigeon
An inspiring adventure
for 3 to 8 year olds.
www.amazon.com


Tell Me You Love Me
Hollywood child stars
battle lies & corruption
Amazon


Deficiency
"How far would you go to
keep your dreams alive?"
Amazon





Requiem For A Genocide
War is hell,
even if you're a robot.
Amazon


The Strange Woman
Witch trials, feminism,
farming and wildflowers.
www.sheepshedpress.com


Kings, Conquerors, Psychopaths
Kings were serial killers
who preyed upon nations.
Amazon


Good Night (Not Really)
Let's count backward, good
morning and lovely art!
Amazon