• Dollar, a beautiful grey horse, lives on Farmer Grey’s farm together with his friends, Maurice the Magpie, Barbara the Ewe, Mascara the Cow, Sid the Squirrel and of course Sandy the Donkey. The farm is very busy with a yard, a stable and Dollar’s field which is big enough for a good gallop. And best of all, there is a railway track running at the bottom. The trains TOOT as they go past the farm, there is a busy little stream, and all the animals love living there. Why don’t you sit down, get comfy and I’ll tell you all about the adventures Dollar and his friends get up to on Farmer Grey’s farm.
  • MY STORY: Nunthorpe Academy 2018 A story of overcoming fear and making friends Have you ever thought that being at a new school, a new boring school, with no friends at all was just the worst thing ever? Believe me, being left at home, alone, in the dark, when your mom goes off to work a nightshift, and there’s a scary clown banging on the kitchen door to be let out, it’s very easy to think that life can’t get much worse. Can it? Paperback, RRP £6.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-34-9 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, June 2018
  • Practical hints and tips on how to pass the UK driving test from an experienced driving instructor.
  • Ancient Britain. A Roman General falls helplessly in love with a Celtic Princess, triggering tragic events that will echo down the centuries. Regency England. A spoilt aristocrat must find himself a bride before his thirtieth birthday in order to inherit the wealth of his father’s estate. With his childhood sweetheart and lover married to another, he is forced to look amongst the ranks of the Season’s debutantes. Callista Wingrove, feisty and wilful, is not only eminently unsuitable but is also far from the demure milksop for which he was searching. But despite themselves, the young couple are drawn to each other, and as the mists of time begin to lift, Callista finds herself in mortal danger as history threatens to repeat itself. Echoes of the Stones is the second novel by the author of The Blade and The Dove. Praise for Christine King’s debut, award-winning novel: “Gripping and twisting storyline with vibrant and vivid characters…” “Superbly written book with a cracking story line - I couldn't put it down.” Paperback, 402 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-01-1 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, April 2017
  • Kindle eBook £3.49 The stunning new dark fantasy novella from the author of Greaveburn and The Alan Shaw Adventures. The world ended long ago. Humanity, burnt out by a global fever, is a distant memory and the creatures that came before have returned. Christopher isn’t a survivor, The Sickness killed him long ago. Still, he walks through the wild paradise that the world has become, believing that he is alone. Until he finds a little dead girl chained in the ruins of a barn. Emi. As these two unlikely companions experience the new world and it’s host of weird inhabitants together, it becomes clear that even for the undead, there is something very wrong with Emi. As Christopher remembers more of his humanity, and Emi slips further away from her own, it seems there is still something to lose for the ancient Undying. Inspired by Japanese mythology, this Apocalyptic Fantasy is like nothing you’ve ever read before. Read Emi now on Kindle or in paperback. “So weirdly atmospheric, you get drawn into this world so much that you find yourself rooting for Christopher and Emi even though they’re already dead.”   Paperback, 148 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-83-7 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, April 2020
  • Poems from Teesside Primary Schools Two hundred and fifty years ago Middlesbrough-born James Cook sailed around the world on HMS Endeavour on a voyage of scientific discovery. In this anniversary year, the T-Junction poetry festival is celebrating Teesside's long international history by focusing on travel and discovery. As part of the festival, children in local primary schools have been writing their own poems about exploration and adventure, inspired by poets Bob Beagrie, Andy Willoughby, Julie Hogg, Chris Stewart, Harry Man, Natalie Scott and Andy Croft.
  • Kindle eBook £2.99 or FREE to read on Kindle Unlimited WHO KNOWS WHAT GOES ON BEHIND CLOSED DOORS? Sometimes you never know what goes on within a marriage, even your own, until some catastrophe happens.
From a quiet village in North Yorkshire, a story of slow-burn domestic tension, discontent and tragedy compounded by cover‑up, and a desire for survival no matter what. Not so much a whodunnit, more a will-they-get-away-with-it that you won’t want to put down. This cozy crime novel from Daniel Pascoe is now available on Kindle and in paperback. “A great read, intelligent, explosive…”   Paperback, 332 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-69-1 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, February 2020
  • MY STORY: Nunthorpe Academy 2018 A story of dealing with reality and making changes Moving to a new house is always going to be weird but, trust me, I had no idea how weird! As my sisters, arguing as always, fought over who got which bedroom, I went exploring. Finding an old diary in the basement, then a key that led to a silver memory stick, how could I resist trying that simple sparkly sliver of technology in my laptop…? Paperback, RRP £6.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-29-5 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, June 2018
  • There are times in your life when you start to wonder what it’s all about. With me, I already had plans to up sticks and go, and when one of my neighbours died in a fire, I decided that was it… a new life in New Zealand beckoned. And so began my adventure. It’s funny how things work out… how one thing leads to another… and before I knew it, I was broke, stoned and flying by the seat of my pants around that lush green country on the far side of the world. Paperback, 216 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-908299-84-0 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, December 2015
  • Flying around the lush green lands of New Zealand is one thing… the Saudi desert, now that’s something else. With my adventures down under leaving me stony broke, an offer of lucrative work in the Middle East was just too tempting. And so I started a new escapade in a land where you can get arrested for eating a sandwich, rub shoulders with Arab princes at the Grand Prix and the only alcohol is black market home brew. Once again, I was flying by the seat of my pants. Paperback, 226 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-11-0 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, November 2017
  • MY STORY: Nunthorpe Academy 2018 A story about thinking hard and being useful Spencer is footy-mad but he’s no ordinary football fan… Spencer is a magician and he can stop time. There is nothing he loves more than helping people by putting things right when things go wrong. But when he loses his ticket to the most important match of the season, will he be able to think fast enough to put things right for himself? Paperback, RRP £6.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-35-6 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, June 2018
  • From Shrug to the Moon: The Robert Nichols Story Available now from Amazon in paperback and Kindle. Described as a subcultural force of nature, Rob Nichols is known throughout Teesside as the editor of the Boro Fanzine Fly Me To The Moon and equally as the front man of post-punk band Shrug, famous throughout Europe and still playing to sell out audiences. Steve Spithray gets Rob to talk about both and much more besides, including archaeology, local history and his love of Teesside, giving an indepth, behind the scenes glimpse into an incredible character who has thrown his whole life, time, energy and enthusiasm into supporting the Boro, the Teesside music scene and everyone around him.

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