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Thursday, 26 January 2012

Brumbies Now An Amazon Best Seller!

IFWG Publishing is proud to announce that Brumbies, a children's horse adventure by Paula Boer, and illustrated by Rowena Evans, is an Amazon Best Seller. It has sustained No.1 in various categories for sufficient time to earn this status, and even in Germany, it has even achieved No.2 in horse stories. Brumbies could not have got to Best Seller status without having demonstrated its high quality of writing, illustrating and production.

This is IFWG Publishing's first Best Seller, and congratulations to Paula and Rowena!

Monday, 23 January 2012

New Release: Blackthorns Of The Forgotten by Bree T. Donovan

IFWG is pleased to announce the release of Bree T. Donovan's paranormal/romance novel, Blackthorns Of The Forgotten. While we have been known to publish books that are out of our normal genre/sub-genre matrix, we are particularly happy to support such a talented writers as Bree. If a reader opens this book, they will not get what they expected. This is not the run-of-the-mill paranormal novel - there are no vampires, zombies, werewolves and witches. There is no unrelenting action, mayhem and gore. And yet, this is not a standard romance either - in fact we struggled over the term 'romance', as it only barely touched on the definition. This novel has supernatural elements but they are secondary - they are a backdrop. This story is about love and sacrifice, about soul mates that transcend barriers that can only be depicted in a fantasy. It has tragedy but it is also an uplifting novel, set in the mystical land of modern-day Ireland.

There is a darkness that permeates much of this novel, and this is why we chose a dark, foreboding cover, with the symbolic blackthorn tree at its center.

Whoever reads this book needs to have an open mind, receptive to what soul-mateship is all about.

We in IFWG are proud to present this novel to the reading public.

Sunday, 22 January 2012

New release: Against The Elements by Esme Carpenter

IFWG is proud to announce the release of our very own Esme Carpenter's debut novel, the young teen fantasy, Against The Elements. We, the IFWG team as a whole, have been aware for years of Esme's immense writing talent, and this was underscored by her acceptance into, and graduation from, the prestigious University of East Anglia Writing School. What many people don't know is that she has written DOZENS of novels since she was about 15 years of age, and this novel we have published, is her revised version of a novel she had in fact written at 15. She is 21 years old as of this posting. What a future, and we are chuffed to be part of it.

Esme's novel is currently out in Kindle format, but it is only a matter of days before it is available in NOOK and paperback. Visit our ebook store to find the format you like, if you want it in electronic format.

Friday, 13 January 2012

Ian Hall's Book Signing in Topeka, Kansas

Ian kindly sent some snaps of him at his book signing (Opportunities: Jamie Leith in DariƩn) at the Blind Tiger Brewery and Restaurant, in Topeka, Kansas. Clearly fun was had by all.

Thursday, 12 January 2012

New Release: Ferryman by Jonathon Wise

We are proud to announce the release of Jonathon Wise's new post-apocalyptic novel, Ferryman.

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Sunday, 1 January 2012

Ferryman - debut novel by Jonathon Wise

IFWG Publishing is proud to announce the release this month of Ferryman, by Jonathon Wise. This is a very powerful, emotional novel of a world engulfed in the apocalyptic effects of a deadly virus. Jonathon Wise follows different routes than other 'virus' based stories, and we are proud indeed to be his publisher.

A young adventurer descends to the depths of a newly opened cave following a devastating earthquake in Mexico. While he gives into a strange compulsion to take off his oxygen mask and hold it to the microbial slime on the floor, he has but one thought in mind. He hopes to be forgiven.

The days of humanity are numbered when the plague takes its first victim a month later. The few who survive bear witness to the downfall of civilization. Humanity, once masters of their environment, are now slaves to nature. Not that this torment will be long lived, since no pregnancy has been carried to full term.

In this world of lost hope, one man rises to fulfill his destiny and lead the people back. This is the story of the Ferryman.