‘A Theory of Everything’ Things I Wish I’d Known at Your Age. By Jonathan R. Tuck

I started writing ‘A Theory of Everything’ in 2017 after attending a workshop hosted by Dr. Linda Mallory, which addressed parents of children diagnosed with ‘ADHD’.  The sessions were so powerful that they unleashed an avalanche of information and knowledge derived from my personal experience and intensive research over the previous 20 years, and culminated in […]

‘Electrodynamic Waves’ by Brian Whittaker

This is my first privately published book.  Previously as a career scientist I authored or co-authored many scientific papers that were published in leading science journals, or published in the form of unclassified internal reports available from H.M. Stationary Office. I also contributed to two textbooks. The publication process was very easy, I merely handed […]

‘The Remarkable Journey of Mr Prins: WWII, Jewish Refugees and the Bath-Alkmaar Friendship’ by Aletta Stevens

Yes, you CAN self-publish in a crisis! This is my second book and my first self-published book. The reason for choosing to self-publish was that I was on a tight schedule to get this book out for VE Day to commemorate 75 years since the end of WWII. I did not have time to approach […]

‘Rosie’s Gift’ by Beverley Joughin-Robson

This is the second book I have had published by Self-Publishing Partnership. My first book was a collection of poems called, ‘Life’s Journey through Poetry.’ This is my first novel. Written from a selection of memories, my mother’s, some from my childhood and some as a parent, I have thoroughly enjoyed writing it. Through some […]

‘Wildlife Encounters-Southern Seas and Shores’ by Nicolette Scourse

“This is my fourth book – my second with SPP. It is hard to describe the joy and satisfaction of first seeing and handling the beautiful cover, which encapsulates the soul of the book. Then opening, flipping through the pages that please – to see well placed drawings aligned to their accompanying text, sustaining interest, […]