• DUE OUT 15th JUNE 2018 – Available now to pre-order The thirtieth century, and war is coming to North America. Along the Pagan Line, the Christians of the south face the heathens of the north, both sides armed with technology and deadly, arcane sorcery. When Armida Corazon, faithful daughter of the Church, discovers her own side planning to release an ancient and terrible evil into the world, she leaves behind her old life and sets out to stop them. Travelling with her companions in the sentient warship, Immaculate, she is helped by forces both mysterious and unreliable, but is assailed at every moment by a hidden but powerful enemy. How can she succeed in her quest when even time itself is against her? Paperback, 356 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-36-3 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, June 2018
  • The boy Drimble is stuck in a life of violence, abuse and horror. All courtesy of the man Sigismondi. And a disembodied head called the head. Dragged around a shattered world, performing as part of the man Sigismondi’s weird musical routine for a wretched populace in the fetid music halls that offer the only entertainment left, Drimble takes his punishment, all the while never uttering a single word. But he hangs on… until, eventually, escape beckons. The third novel from world-unrenowned, non-award winning author, Graeme Wilkinson, Lost At The End Of The World is a post-apocalyptic Oliver Twist. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wonder just how on earth you lived without this book in your life. Paperback, 210 pages, RRP £10 ISBN 978-1-908299-99-4 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, April 2017
  • For twelve summers, the Abula nation has enjoyed peace and harmony under the rule of King Theorum. That peace is about to be shattered. The mighty force of the Trogan rats has been gathering strength 
and power, waiting patiently for the day to strike and take revenge... that day is now! As the battle rages on and darkness descends, a glimmer of hope remains in the bravery of a few spirited and unlikely warriors. As the Trogans seek to destroy and conquer, loyalty, friendship and love are tested to their very limits.
    It is impossible to classify Octavia’s Wake. To call it a fantasy novel does not do it justice. Nor is it a children’s book. Octavia’s Wake deals with the fundamental themes of our time. It is an adventure. Love, death, friendship, war, joy, loss and pain are all here. Above all, Octavia’s Wake is a story about love.
    Paperback, 286 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-908299-75-8 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, June 2015