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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. aMUSEing Tales by Heather Maisner and various authors

    aMUSEing Tales by Heather Maisner and various authors

    A children’s short story anthology of 14 Fantastic stories that will fire your children’s imaginations and open their eyes to worlds of dragons, mermaids, self exploration, moral guidance and good old fashioned fun.

    Check out the amazing cover by Paula Murphy and professional contributions from Heather Maisner and Boris Glikman. Internal illustrations by Jolanta Dziok.

    Contributions from Boris Glikman, Heather Maisner, Sara Barnard, Katy Huth Jones, Stirling Davenport, Patricia Crumpler, Nuzhat Anwar, Susan Kite, Peter Ford, John D Slater.

    10% of the proceeds of this books will be donated to the WWO (WorldWide Orphans foundation).

    Enjoy these sometimes fishy but always entertaining tales!

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    Starting at: £0.99

  2. Dreaming of Steam

    Dreaming of Steam

    23 railway inspired tales that mine a rich seam of creativity from the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds. From pure fiction to basis in fact; from wonderfully evocative and painstaking detail to distant viewpoints, from the 1850’s through to the present day and on into the future, every tale in this remarkable collection will entertain you as it brings alive the natural beauty of the Yorkshire Wolds. “The range is truly fascinating from supernatural and science-fiction to wartime drama and accounts based on real people and events” - Lord Faulkner of Worcester, President of the Heritage Railway Association

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    Starting at: £2.99

  3. Cruel and Unusual Punnishments by Mark P Henderson

    Cruel and Unusual Punnishments by Mark P Henderson

    In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was Aardvark. So begins Mark P Henderson’s introduction to his beautifully crafted and wholly unlikely collection of animal sonnets that form just one part of Cruel and Unusual Punnishments. Add to these his fables without morals, his tales to tell and the skilful illustrations of illustrator David Moss, and you have a wonderful collection of entertaining short pieces of poetry and prose to make you laugh out loud, cry hysterically and throw yourself to the ground in utter disbelief. 

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    Starting at: £2.49

  4. Wrong Place Wrong Time by David Perlmutter

    Wrong Place Wrong Time by David Perlmutter

    Wrong Place Wrong Time is David Perlmutter’s compelling autobiographic account of his self-inflicted spiral into a living hell. This is the true story of how he escaped the horrors of a London police cell only to plunge headlong into an unimaginable nightmare of life in Marbella, Spain.

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    Starting at: £1.89

  5. 50 Shades of Gravy by Dan and Gabi Grubb

    50 Shades of Gravy by Dan and Gabi Grubb

    Gabi Grubb and Dan Grubb whip up the gravy in this delectable collection of 50 saucy recipes.
    50 Shades of Gravy is a cookbook to take any meal to the next level.

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    Starting at: £1.89

  6. Like False Money by Penny Grubb

    Like False Money by Penny Grubb

    Apparently, the death was accidental but its distorted revelations leave Private Investigator Annie fighting for her integrity and innocence. Like False Money is an exhilarating crime, thriller by Yorkshire based author Penny Grubb.

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    Starting at: £3.50

  7. Convergence by Stuart Aken - A Seared Sky - Book 3

    Convergence by Stuart Aken - A Seared Sky - Book 3

    Wise woman, Ivdulon, finally discovers how the world is in danger, but only young Tumalind, a gifted female mindtalker, has the means to save it. 

    Dagla Kaz, fanatical High Priest, fights to prevent changes that will undo all his power and prestige, engaging with evil forces to get his way. 

    Aklon-Dji, fighting to save the future of his islanders, faces war, treachery and violent death to bring justice to his land and security to the woman he loves. 

    Tumalind, gifted and brave, faces unknown terrors and the peril of utter destruction for herself, as she sends her beloved Okkyntalah into great danger in hope of saving the world from evil. 

    This is the final instalment of Stuart’s ‘A Seared Sky’ trilogy.

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    Starting at: £2.99

  8. Partings by Stuart Aken - A Seared Sky - Book 2

    Partings by Stuart Aken - A Seared Sky - Book 2

    Mistake follows mistake, but the despotic leader is determined to carry on a quest that risks disaster for all but promises reward for him. In spite of signs he may be wrong, Dagla Kaz goes ahead with the pilgrimage. Events expose the unexpected fate of his daughter, Jodisa-Li, bringing violent threat his life. Different versions of history raise serious doubts, but he still pursues the Skyfire, only to see his Virgin Gifts captured by wild men. Will he recover them intact so his mission can continue? Convinced the time is ripe for his planned uprising on the island, Aklon-Dji acts, causing civil strife and a dangerous confrontation with an army vastly outnumbering his own forces. Will his concern for justice and his willingness to trust people result in danger to his paramour, Shoarhn, and in his capture and painful death? Beset by assassins, Okkyntalah is forced into a foreign war. Wounded, he seeks the help of brave and talented women to counter fatal threats. Pursuing their dreams, he and Tumalind, face great danger, hardship, and enforced separation. Will her courage and resourcefulness allow her to remain loyal to Okkyntalah and will his tenacity rescue her from the dangers she faces? 10% of the proceeds from this book will be donated to the Action for ME charity

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    Starting at: £2.99

  9. Travelling Daze by Alan Dearling

    Travelling Daze by Alan Dearling

    In Travelling Daze Alan Dearling takes us on a nostalgic ride through the '60s, 70s and early 80s. You will meet many characters in these pages including the unforgettable Wally Hope and Sid Rawle and hear their own stories in their own words. Alan lived the life of the road protestor, eco-warrior and serial festival goer for many years and has created a unique record in this book.

     

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    Starting at: £18.99

  10. Fragments of Joy and Sorrow by Alan Wakeman

    Fragments of Joy and Sorrow by Alan Wakeman

    Introducing: Fragments of Joy and Sorrow - Memoir of a reluctant revolutionary by Alan Wakeman

     

    Has anyone ever written so lightly, so gracefully, of a long life? At odds again and again with prevailing opinion, whether as vegan or pioneer in English-language teaching or participant in Gay Liberation, the late Alan Wakeman lived half his life in Soho, London's famous residential district beside Piccadilly Circus. He tells of his great, tragic love-affair and a later extraordinary friendship with his lover's grown-up American son.

     

    Broken into individual 'fragments' this memoir distils the most exciting, life-changing, heart- breaking and sexuality-affirming moments of Alan's life. Each 'fragment' of raw experience is followed by brief musings based on his nearly eight decades of experience!

     

    WARNING: CONTAINS ADULT MATERIAL AND MAY CAUSE LAUGHING AND CRYING IN PUBLIC

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    Starting at: £2.99

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