• Ahead of the Shadows Large Print Edition (Hardback)

    £17.99

    LARGE PRINT EDITION HARDBACK

    Coming soon: September 2022

    When a photographer witnesses war crimes, will she have to abandon her calling to save herself?

     As Lena and Kojo work in conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Darfur, Sudan and other places across East and Central Africa, there is immense psychological pressure, and it’s not certain if their relationship will survive.

    Eighteen years later, Bene walks the gritty back streets of Paris for one night in a music festival. He is on his way to meet his father in Nairobi, Kenya, a man he’s never met.

    Ahead of the Shadows is about the intense relationships that come from work in war zones, the transmission of trauma from one generation to the next, and how one unconventional boy might be able to break the cycle.

  • Writing the 7 Senses – Workbook

    £4.99

    FREE DELIVERY FOR UK CUSTOMERS

    Coming soon: September 2022

    Want to dive deeper into creative writing, but don’t know where to start?

    In this hands-on workbook, Amelia B. Kyazze, novelist, photographer and creative writing facilitator, shares her quirky and playful approach, Writing the 7 Senses.

    With fifteen different exercises that can be done in any order, and packed with resources and suggestions, this is the perfect companion for anyone looking to explore their writing and take it many steps further.

    In May 2022 Amelia was awarded a London Borough of Culture grant as part of the We Are Lewisham initiative in order to run many more Writing the 7 Senses workshops. She is also a Trustee for a new creative writing charity, the Oxford Centre for Fantasy.

  • Ahead of the Shadows (Paperback)

    £9.99

    FREE DELIVERY FOR UK CUSTOMERS

    Coming soon: September 2022

    When a photographer witnesses war crimes, will she have to abandon her calling to save herself?

     As Lena and Kojo work in conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Darfur, Sudan and other places across East and Central Africa, there is immense psychological pressure, and it’s not certain if their relationship will survive.

    Eighteen years later, Bene walks the gritty back streets of Paris for one night in a music festival. He is on his way to meet his father in Nairobi, Kenya, a man he’s never met.

    Ahead of the Shadows is about the intense relationships that come from work in war zones, the transmission of trauma from one generation to the next, and how one unconventional boy might be able to break the cycle.