• Fighting for a lord you cannot trust, in a land that is not your own, is tough enough. When there’s a price on your head and you are hiding a secret no one can know, it is a dark path that lies ahead. Young swordsman Gideon Destain and his brothers face loss, heartbreak, pain and treachery as they wander in a wilderness not of their making. As war stirs in the West, they seek refuge in the East and the brothers must fight to survive, not realising that the High King Duran is stalking their every move. Paperback, 384 pages, RRP £14.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-08-0 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, August 2017
  • The stunning sequel to A.L. Buxton’s epic fantasy novel set in the world of Requirium is  out now. Available in eBook on Kindle or in paperback from 6E now.
  • 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
  • Ever wish you could just go somewhere else? In this, his third book, David Smith invites you to visit places near and far, journey back into childhood and reflect on the passage of time. This wildly eclectic collection of poetry sings with melancholy, humour, wistful reflection and evocative insight, provoking a wide range of emotions from page to page. Written in a frugal style that makes for a rare accessibility to inner meaning, this is a thought-provoking and immensely readable collection of poems. Includes the poem, Cameraria Ohridella, shortlisted for the Strokestown International Prize at the Strokestown International Poetry Festival, Roscommon, Ireland, 2016. Paperback, 64 pages, RRP £6.99 ISBN 978-1-908299-90-1 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, July 2016
  • No courier job too small, no pest control problem too big. Strange goings on? Customers getting spooked? Paranormal crime gone unsolved? You need Brennan and Riz on the case. Ever wonder what Fae creatures, ghosts and goblins inhabit our abandoned buildings, riversides and hills, even lurking in the tunnels beneath our high streets? They’re not all troublesome and most jobs pay well… but for paranormal detective and other-worldly trouble-shooter Brennan and his best friend Riz, a talking rat with a penchant for Rune magic, a greater, darker danger is never far behind. Based on real folklore and real locations, combined with witty characters and a dry dynamic between Brennan and Riz, these short stories from Peter James Martin are packed with the familiar and the unusual. Brennan and Riz stories are available as Kindle singles or as eBook collections, with stories #1 to #10 also available as a paperback collection. Buy now or read FREE on Kindle Unlimited.
  • Young John Black is in hot water. Advised to leave hastily, he finds himself on the three-masted Sea Urchin, bound for the Pacific Ocean. The ship’s mysterious chief mate enchants the crew with stories of shipwreck, a beautiful island, an ancient civilisation and a pool of diamonds. The fabled island of Kora-Di is not on any chart. Can John Black and the crew of the Sea Urchin find it again?
  • Kindle eBook £4.99 or FREE to read on Kindle Unlimited Two worlds, one prophecy… where magic and spirit collide… the debut magical worlds novel by Kirsty F McKay and the first in the Veils of Valoria fantasy series. Finn is one of the most talented Trackers in Valoria, but haunted by a mysterious woman and with his world threatened and at risk of destruction, his latest quest may be his greatest challenge yet. Under the ever-watchful eye of the notorious Council, Finn is cast through a portal into a strange world where the Tracker soon becomes the hunted, as an evil presence bays for his blood. With time against him and his enemy closing in, Finn must fulfil an ancient prophecy or all will be lost. A man from a world of powerful magic and a woman from Earth – where magic is not as far away as you might think – are destined to be together and take on the dark forces that threaten to destroy everything they know. “Love the way the drama in each world unfolds, with much more to the magic than is seen straight away.” Pre-order Book One of the Veils of Valoria now on Kindle. Paperback, 242 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-66-0 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, November 2019
  • Cattle droving in the early 1800s is a hard and dangerous job full of risks and perils. Young Jack Rutherford sets out on his first solo drove and rapidly falls foul of Silas Kirk, a notorious villain who stops at nothing to get what he wants. Available now in paperback or for Kindle. Paperback, 230 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-51-6 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, April 2019
  • Kindle eBook £2.99 or FREE to read on Kindle Unlimited Jack Rutherford is back on the road… and trouble is waiting for him in the second of the Jack Rutherford 1820’s historical cattle droving adventures. “An entertaining and charismatic main character who barges his way through the story with bold panache and goodwill galore.” Jack Rutherford is now a successful man, living a good life with his wife and infant son. But he’s restless… adventure is calling him once again. Not only that, his past is starting to catch up with him as an old enemy comes out of the woodwork and threatens the safety of Jack’s family. Soon, Jack and his faithful wolfhound Dag are out on the road again, travelling through the north of England, London and across the North Sea to France. And, as always, danger, excitement and adventure are waiting for them. Buy the new Jack Rutherford adventure now on Kindle. Paperback, 230 pages, RRP £9.99 ISBN 978-1-912218-67-7 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, December 2019
  • The tiny Woodling folk lived happily in Crow Wood until one day it began to snow and snow. Fast running out of food and firewood, how the Woodlings wished that the never-ending winter would end. Then one stormy day, a dragon crash-landed in their wood. Was it alive or dead? Could it be a Wish Dragon? Should they risk everything and try to bring the dragon back to life? Illustrated by Graeme Wilkinson Paperback, 40 pages, RRP £4.99 ISBN 978-1-904622-31-4 Published by the North York Moors National Park Authority, 2016
  • This book, chronicling the life of Captain James Cook, is an historical novel in two volumes, Vol. 1 The Yorkshire Mariner and Vol. 2 Three voyages of Discovery. The story is told within the framework of what is known via the historical record, with the central theme throughout being his personal life, that is his relationships with parents, siblings, friends, employers, mentors, and his wife and children. Explored in detail are Cook’s leisure activities, his early schooling, the year in Staithes when he was a shop boy, and his apprenticeship as a seaman then Master in Whitby on ships carrying coal from Newcastle to London. Aged 29, Cook joined the Royal Navy. Two years later he married and settled in London. A professional mariner and navigator, he made three vastly important voyages of discovery. Going where no man had gone before, he navigated and surveyed the Pacific Ocean, south to the Antarctic and north to the Arctic. While Cook was at sea, the author describes what life was like for his wife and children. One of those remarkable seamen who explored unknown territories, Cook is worthy of his place in history and ought to be remembered as a pioneer in chart making and cartography. eBook RRP £4.99 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, October 2017
  • This book, chronicling the life of Captain James Cook, is an historical novel in two volumes, Vol. 1 The Yorkshire Mariner and Vol. 2 Three voyages of Discovery. The story is told within the framework of what is known via the historical record, with the central theme throughout being his personal life, that is his relationships with parents, siblings, friends, employers, mentors, and his wife and children. Explored in detail are Cook’s leisure activities, his early schooling, the year in Staithes when he was a shop boy, and his apprenticeship as a seaman then Master in Whitby on ships carrying coal from Newcastle to London. Aged 29, Cook joined the Royal Navy. Two years later he married and settled in London. A professional mariner and navigator, he made three vastly important voyages of discovery. Going where no man had gone before, he navigated and surveyed the Pacific Ocean, south to the Antarctic and north to the Arctic. While Cook was at sea, the author describes what life was like for his wife and children. One of those remarkable seamen who explored unknown territories, Cook is worthy of his place in history and ought to be remembered as a pioneer in chart making and cartography. eBook RRP £4.99 Published by Sixth Element Publishing, October 2017