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Fantastic Books Publishing isn't just an optimistic name, we genuinely believe that we have chosen the most Fantastic Books from our incoming submissions.

Have a browse of our collection and we hope you'll agree.

Our dream is that one day old, yellowing (or fizzling in the case of ebooks) copies of our books will be passed from one generation to another for many years to come.

Welcome to the Fantastic Books collection.

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  1. How to be a Fantastic Writer

    How to be a Fantastic Writer

    This is the book our editors recommend.

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    Starting at: £3.99

  2. I Used to Be by Mary Brown

    I Used to Be by Mary Brown

    In this gripping account, Mary Brown charts the gritty reality of life for two very different women who live at society’s margins.

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    Starting at: £2.99

  3. Everybody Shrugged by Walt Pilcher

    Everybody Shrugged by Walt Pilcher

    If you’ve encountered Walt Pilcher before, you’ll know to buckle up for a hair-raising ride. Everybody Shrugged is his Walt’s first novel with Fantastic Books Publishing.

    Hold tight to your car, French fries, beer, cigarettes, fluoride toothpaste, sexy underwear, bacon, butter, coffee, and anything else that tastes good, feels good, or is fun to do because here comes Congress to ban it. Professor Gardy Lavager leads the government’s campaign to outlaw popular products deemed harmful to your health, and the military is stripped of guns because war is hazardous too. But Major Tony Farina of the Army’s clandestine MADCOM force sets out to serve his own nefarious ends by subverting Lavager’s research in the name of national security while shadowy foreign interests prepare to leverage the imminent chaos. The ensuing Harmful Substance Race spells the difference between peace and global bedlam as Gardy Lavager fears for his life from enemies at home and abroad.

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    Starting at: £2.99

  4. Generation Mars: War Over Dust by Stuart Aken

    Generation Mars: War Over Dust by Stuart Aken

    War Over Dust is the second in Stuart Aken’s Generation Mars series. In this continuation from book 1, Blood Red Dust, two communities, one a democratic technical Utopia, the other an elitist commercial ghetto, compete to rule the future of mankind on Mars, cut off from Mother Earth. Who will win when violence overcomes diplomacy to let envy and self-interest propel both groups into war?

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    Starting at: £2.99

  5. The Purple Bowtie by Lisabeth Reynolds

    The Purple Bowtie by Lisabeth Reynolds

    The Purple Bowtie by Lisabeth Reynolds is a passionate tale of lesbian love. Set in 1980’s Miami, it draws on the infamous lesbian salons of 1920’s Paris, as it charts the story of Lisa Robertson and her lover, Rachel.

    Inspired by a true story, the novel is in part a tribute to activists such as Dan Bradley who worked tirelessly for equality at high personal expense.

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    Starting at: £3.99

  6. The Rocking Horse Diaries by Alan Combes

    The Rocking Horse Diaries by Alan Combes

    My name is Kirk Ellis. I am nine years old. This is my story.

    So begins the Rocking Horse Diary, penned by Kirk who wants to tell the story of his grandad, Sidney Mudge, who is “a very special man and possibly the world’s best grandad”.

    Although Kirk and his grandad are fictional characters, Alzheimer's is not, and Alan Combes’ story is based on real events.

    There is a strong vein of comedy in the story. As Alan says, ‘Without humour, coping with dementia would be an impossible task.’

    Illustrated by John Sunderland.

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    Starting at: £2.99

  7. Makeover by Barbara Lorna Hudson

    Makeover by Barbara Lorna Hudson

    Makeover by Barbara Lorna Hudson is a sharply observed and hard-hitting work of women’s fiction that explores the twists and turns of life and relationships as it follows the fortunes of Lucille, twice divorced and twice the victim of abusive marriage, and Oxford don Walter, still mourning the death of his wife.

    In their own very different worlds, they both know that they have to move on and grasp new opportunities, but neither is prepared for the severe lessons they have yet to learn.

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    Starting at: £3.99

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  8. Preparing for Higher Education Study by Penny Grubb

    Preparing for Higher Education Study by Penny Grubb

    Preparing for Higher Education Study aims to support students starting out in higher education. It focuses on the key skills required to make the step up from school or college to university education.The conventional student of the 20th century is no longer the norm in many sectors. People now enter higher education via diverse routes.They might for example be experienced individuals holding down responsible jobs who want to build their expertise and enhance their career prospects, but who have been out of formal education for several years, or they might be people with the ability but not the standard pre-requisites for a degree course.This book will give new students the boost they need to make the step up into higher education.Dr Penny Grubb has worked in academia since the 1980’s and has introduced generations of new students to higher education study. Her later academic work focussed on innovative ways to educate so-called fragile learners to give them the foundation and confidence to move on to degree courses. Penny’s academic writing has covered healthcare informatics, software maintenance, creative writing and teaching techniques. Learn More

    Starting at: £3.99

  9. Gravity's Arrow by Jack Mann

    Starting at: £3.49

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  10. The Day Jack Sacked his Therapist by Marie Gameson

    The Day Jack Sacked his Therapist by Marie Gameson

    Coming soon ... In The Day Jack Sacked His Therapist, Marie Gameson gives us a humorous, contemporary, urban tale that explores people’s inter-dependence and how their sense of self can be threatened when others change. You will seethe with frustration, hold your breath in trepidation, and laugh out loud as the drama unfolds. The important thing, Jill tells her brother Jack, again and again, is that nobody blames him. They weren’t blaming him back when he was four, and they’re still, apparently, not blaming him now he’s an adult. Is Jill’s infuriating meddling due to some flaw in her own character or does she genuinely know what’s best for Jack? After all, she’s the one who has known him all his life; the one with the key to his secret. Learn More

    Starting at: £2.99

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