• Everyone thinks they can play golf. Will Nett is no different. How hard could it be? Get the ball in the hole in as few strokes as possible. Having had one of his best worst ideas yet, Will Nett takes to the fairways in an attempt to master the most absurd of sports. Garishly outfitted, and armed with nothing more than a set of ladies’ clubs and a bad temper, he becomes immersed in the game, and all its infuriating foibles. Many a walk is spoiled as he chases the white ball through the gardens and washing lines of Hull, the vaudeville-steeped music halls of Victorian England, and the Arctic Circle. Join him on the first tee as he blunders from clubhouse to classroom and everywhere in‑between as he reaches for the pars… and misses. Paperback, 162 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-73-8 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, December 2019
  • A woman dedicated her life to a lie and now seeks understanding by travelling to the physical, mental and spiritual landscape that defines who she was, is, and will be. Go to the places you fear most and re-write the colours of your life. ‘Trail of Fears is a very powerful book. A captivating journey and story of belief, loss, exploration, adventure and liberation. The struggle of freeing oneself from a toxic worldview in the name of truth, integrity, and authenticity is truly inspiring.’ Jeremy Runnells, cesletter.org ‘This is one woman’s lyrical cry of anguish as she seeks to reclaim her battered spirit after years of subjugation in the Mormon cult. Told with haunting precision, this is a poetically visceral work that will stay with you.’ Lynn Picknett, co-author of The Templar Revelation ‘Trail of Fears is life writing at its best - brave, honest, exploratory. It is also a journey into the lost heart of America, into the underside of the fake and the sham, with a final escape into self-knowledge and freedom. Part memoir, part travelogue, Chamberlain writes with wry observation and clarity of purpose on every page.’ Dr Chris Thurgar-Dawson, Teesside University Paperback, 160 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-908299-97-0 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, November 2016
  • Once “the face of Tyne Tees Television”, Paul Frost is now an old git. Of course this hasn’t always been the case. He’s been a teenage git, a young married git and a middle aged git. In chronological order he has been a farmhand, supermarket shelf stacker (sauces and pickles), shop assistant, debt collector, barman, doorman, student, newspaper journalist and columnist, BBC radio and TV presenter, ITN reporter, after dinner speaker, pilot, corporate film producer and director. This is his first and probably last attempt at getting anything published. He’d rather have a lie down. Where’s Me Glasses? is a humorous and rambling tome from a grumpy old git who still has the ability to laugh at life and all around him. Paperback, 124 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-908299-30-7 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, October 2012
  • This handbook presents a complete six week course on yama which is firmly rooted in the teachings of Patañjali’s Yoga Sūtra. It is a practical companion text and includes: •    An accessible explanation of the yama sūtra. •    Weekly asana sequences which relate to each of the yama. •    A graduated plan for developing ujjāyī prāṇāyāma. •    Thirty yama based mantra for meditation. •    Six complete relaxation scripts. •    More than thirty ‘off-the-mat’ practices which support understanding. •    A comprehensive bibliography. •    Recommended websites for easy access to high quality information and training. The course is designed so that readers can use the whole course or choose specific practices to bring fresh ideas to existing plans. Susan Lodge BA, PGCE, MA (Ed), BWY Dip, YFHF Cert is an experienced yoga teacher who has been practising yoga for almost twenty years. She has studied yoga with teachers in England and Spain, and teaches regularly in the North East of England and on yoga holidays in Turkey. In this series of books developed especially for yoga teachers, Susan presents fundamental principles which lie at the core of her teaching in an accessible and extremely useful format. Paperback, 88 pages, RRP £12.99 ISBN 978-1-908299-92-5 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, May 2016

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