The Fox of Richmond Park

Kate Dreyer

If the Animals of Farthing Wood had lived in London and hated each other a little bit more, their story may have been a lot like this one.

102% funded

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The Death and Life of Red Henley

Philip Wilding

A contemporary noir novel set against the decaying façade of 1980’s New York and a religious commune staked out in the Tennessee countryside. But what connects them both and who killed Red and why?

111% funded

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Encounters With Harriet Martineau

Stuart Hobday

A biography of Harriet Martineau, the first female journalist

108% funded

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Domini Mortum

Paul Holbrook

A supernatural murder mystery novel set in late Victorian London.

105% funded

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Blind Side

Jennie Ensor

A thriller set in London during the time of the 7/7 terror attacks

104% funded

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Mister Woodreeve's Reflection

Robert Bluck

Can the secrets be unravelled if they share the impossible things they have seen?

101% funded

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The Wrong Story

James Ellis

A cartoonist awakes to find his characters' lives more real than his own

104% funded

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Paper Tigers

Toby Howden

Martial arts and misadventure in Japan

101% funded

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Fifteen Minutes

Erinna Mettler

Celebrity culture is rife but the best stories belong to ordinary people.

102% funded

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Ghosts In The Machine

John Auckland

A novel about one woman's fear of dying and her relentless pursuit of eternal life

106% funded

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The End Of Politicians

Brett Hennig

It's time for a real democracy

108% funded

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The Sewing Machine

Natalie Fergie

3 secrets. 27 notebooks. 4 generations. 1 blog. Millions of stitches.

115% funded

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Ashael Rising

Shona Kinsella

A tribal medicine woman must learn the truth of her past and the extent of her abilities to protect her people from alien invaders who steal the life force of others.

103% funded

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Love Bites

Elena Kaufman

Foreigners, drifters, and eccentrics reach out to strangers in their desire to be witnessed, to be connected, and to find safety in a sea of anonymity

103% funded

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The Second Death of Daedalus Mole

Niall Slater

Daedalus Mole has made some mistakes, but taking a wanted fugitive on an interstellar pub crawl is definitely the second-worst

106% funded

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We Care For You

Paul Kitcatt

Would you let a robot care for your elderly mother – and what would the robot want in return?

101% funded

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Ebolowa

Simon Miller

A thriller based on a true story of courage, complicity and murder

103% funded

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A Thing of the Moment

Bruno Noble

"The I is a thing of the moment, and yet our lives are ruled by it. We cannot rid ourselves of this inexistent thing." (John Gray, Straw Dogs, 2002) A novel on the nature of the self

108% funded

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The Infinite Powers of Adam Gowers

Brandon Robshaw

A Young Adult comic fantasy novel, about a teenage boy who is granted an infinite number of wishes -

128% funded

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South of Hannah

David Norman

A Texas musician uncovers the secrets of a mysterious composer. A literary novel about heartache, jealousy, and jazz

139% funded

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The Outer Circle

Ian Ridley

Set in the week following the London Olympics, this novel imagines an attack on London Central Mosque and follows five people caught up in its aftermath

100% funded

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Pimple

Ryan Weeks

Pimple is the tale of a new app – an Uber for the sex trade – and of the disruption that its rise to prominence causes to the lives of London’s prostitutes and pimps

101% 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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The Burning Hill

A.D. Flint

Robbed and shot on Copacabana Beach, a young British soldier sets out to save the favela kid who nearly killed him:

100% 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

104% funded

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Simple Acts of Kindness

Richard Todd

Bob wants it all, who doesn’t? But it’s dog-eat-dog in this world, and when it’s not—well, hell, it’s just the other way around:

101% 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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All Quiet on the West-End Front

William Rycroft

Go behind the scenes of the National Theatre’s production of War Horse.

110% 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.

115% funded

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Married To A Cave Man

Damien Owens

Married to a Cave Man is a heartfelt comic novel about the various contracts of modern marriage, the chaotic effects of parenthood, and the ways in which men and women are fundamentally similar, yet frighteningly different.

110% funded

Published