Brenda Monk Is Funny

Katy Brand

Meet Brenda Monk - she's a woman who does stand up

115% funded

Published

Brenda Monk is Famous

Katy Brand

The brilliant sequel to Brenda Monk is Funny

9% funded

The Book Of Bera Part One: Sea Paths

Suzie Wilde

The first in a brand new series of Viking adventure fantasy novels

110% funded

Published

Seas of Snow

Kerensa Jennings

A psychological thriller that explores whether evil is born or made

112% funded

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Narcissism For Beginners

Martine McDonagh

Formerly 'Things We Can't Undo' - Sonny was five when he last saw his mother. At 21, he sets off on a journey to find her.

107% funded

Published

Ghost Variations

Jessica Duchen

The strangest detective story in the history of music

129% funded

Published

The Pumilio Child

Judy McInerney

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

107% funded

Published

On The House

Helen Maskew

A tale of murder, suicide and the treatment of inmates in a small Suffolk workhouse in 1838

100% funded

Published

The Sewing Machine

Natalie Fergie

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

115% funded

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The Broken Mirror

Jonathan Coe and Chiara Coccorese

A fable for all ages about a mirror which reflects an alternative world

104% funded

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All The Perverse Angels

Sarah K. Marr

Spanning Victorian Oxford to the London of the 1980s, “All the Perverse Angels” is a novel about the nature of loss and the confusion of love, about the stories we are told and the stories we tell ourselves

114% funded

Published

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

Published

Twice The Speed Of Dark

Lulu Allison

What does it mean to care about the deaths of distant strangers? What does it take to bear the loss of a child?

104% 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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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

Published

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

Published

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

Published

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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The Hope and Anchor

Julia Kite

When a vulnerable young woman goes missing, her girlfriend discovers how little she knows of life, love, and London.

101% funded

Published

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.

111% funded

Published

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.

116% funded

Published

Odette

Jessica Duchen

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

102% funded

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.

100% funded

Funded

Pour On Water

Ava Vidal

A fast-paced story about community, corruption and a family's fight for justice on the streets of East London.

5% funded