How to Come Alive Again

Beth McColl

A guide to killing your monsters

129% funded

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Daisy Belle: Swimming Champion of the World

Caitlin Davies

A tale of love, betrayal and swimming based on the true stories of champion Victorian women.

117% funded

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The Wrong'un

Catherine Evans

The tale of a large Northern family whose eldest son is hellbent on destroying the lives of his siblings.

114% funded

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Perfect Picnic

Tamasin Day-Lewis

The one and only picnic book you'll ever need

113% funded

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Repeal the 8th Anthology

Una Mullally (editor)

A collection of stories, essays, poetry and photography around the movement for reproductive rights in Ireland

109% funded

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Four Feet Under

Tamsen Courtenay

Thirty homeless people share the secrets of their lives, through first-hand accounts, conversations and intimate photographs

109% funded

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The Pumilio Child

Judy McInerney

A dark Renaissance thriller exposing one of history's most depraved secrets

107% funded

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Sour Fruit

Eli Allison

In a not too distant future, people are split into either Citizens with rights or VOIDs with nothing. Forced to live in the former port, the VOIDs have adapted to the floods; the brutal nature of life outside of society however, is not so easy.

107% funded

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Take Pride: how to build organisational success through your people

Sheila Parry

A fresh approach to creating outstanding organisations and successful people so that work is a better place for everyone

107% funded

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21 Miles

Jessica Hepburn

Swimming in search of the meaning of motherhood

105% funded

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Heart of Glass

Ivy Ngeow

A pacy literary thriller set in the 1980s’ disco era

103% funded

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The Cartography of Others

Catherine McNamara

The Cartography of Others is a collection of short stories that explores the geography of the body and the migration of the heart

103% funded

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Fukushima Dreams

Zelda Rhiando

A gripping literary thriller set in post-tsunami Japan, where a missing child continues to haunt his parents long after the waves have receded.

103% funded

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Supernova Hangover

Emma Jones

Supernova Hangover is a fast, funny story of nineties’ hedonism. A time when you could eat yourself sick on ambition – if you were up for adventure and had the bottle to see it through

102% funded

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Soap The Stamps, Jump The Tube

Gail Thibert

Nineteen years old with freshly dyed blue hair, punk rocker Gail places an advert in a music paper for ‘likeminded friends and weirdos’. Soap the Stamps, Jump the Tube follows her autobiographical journey through the 80s underground music and squatting scene in London

102% funded

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Don't Hold My Head Down

Lucy-Anne Holmes

Bridget Jones meets Erin Brockovich and Elizabeth Gilbert – wearing a strap on, at a sex party

100% funded

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Monsters

Raphaela Weissman

A relentless portrait of a family on the brink of chaos, as they struggle to care for each other under the weight of fear.

100% funded

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Apple Island Wife: Escape to Tasmania

Fiona Stocker

What happens when you move to Tasmania on a hunch, with a husband who aspires to be an alpaca whisperer and a feral cockerel? Can you cook the cockerel for dinner, or has it got rigor mortis?

100% funded

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Dear Mr Darwin

Stephanie Bretherton

Love is evolutionary… Two women are divided by millennia but connected by human destiny.

100% funded

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Not Buying It

Charlotte Henry

The post-truth society: how we got here; where is "here", exactly, and what on earth can we do about it?

70% funded

The Lido Guide

Janet Wilkinson and Emma Pusill

A practical, beautiful, inspiring guide to the outdoor pools of the UK

66% funded

Meeting Odette

Jessica Duchen

Odette, Swan Lake’s enchanted swan princess, is still trying to break her spell

63% funded

Mud, Maul, Mascara: How I Led My Country, and Lived to Tell the Tale

Catherine Spencer

The inspirational story of a woman who just wanted to have fun, find love and win the rugby World Cup

60% funded

Innocents To The Slaughter

Helen Maskew

1838, a year after the Seddon union affair, Hudson and Lawes are on the case of illegal child labour and, even worse, baby-farming, among the mills and moorland of Bingley, Yorkshire.

58% funded

Cut From the Same Cloth

Sabeena Akhtar (editor)

A ground-breaking collection of essays written by British hijabis

55% funded

Lifeshambles

Liz Fraser

Indispensable and hilarious* notes on midlife (*possibly a lie)

40% funded

The Book of Bera: Obsidian

Suzie Wilde

A gripping Viking tale of one woman’s courage, facing old and new gods in the savage beauty of Ice Island.

37% funded

Sew on the Go: a maker's journey

Mary Jane Baxter

An inspiring road trip and a practical guide to crafting wherever you find yourself

29% funded