Publish & Print is a professional, affordable, self publishing book company that uses Print On Demand (POD) technologies based in south Wales, UK.

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Some of our authors

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Rob Graham – A Craving For Adventure

Reviews: “Rob’s spirit I admire, and although he doesn’t set out to inspire; he certainly does” – Ben Fogel. TV presenter, author and adventurer 

“Determined to live his life to the full, Rob is rewarded with more than he ever imagined possible. A book for everyone.” – Ed Stafford. Explorer & first person to walk the Amazon River 

“Rob’s challenge to ride alone to the other side of the planet is a massive undertaking.” – Alistair Humphreys. National Geographic Adventurer of the Year in 2012


Lesley Williams – Meanderings Of The Mind

Lesley Williams lives in Swansea. After a long career in Social Services, early retirement gave her the opportunity to attend a variety of writing courses run by the University. She has performed her work locally as a member of the ‘Garage Players’ and continues to meet monthly with a small group of Swansea poets.

This moving collection of poetry and prose – ‘Meanderings of the Mind’ – draws upon many of her own heartfelt personal experiences.


Sally Spedding – Office For The Dead

DC Martin Webb is helping his widowed father move on from prison to a new life, when he learns of an apparently motiveless shooting of a local crane driver at Portsmouth Docks.  Why was that man shot, and why did one of the crates destined for France, contain the headless, handless body of a naked young man with a Pater Noster rosary bead in his rectum? French-speaking Martin is sent to investigate and soon becomes embroiled in an ever-darkening web of secrecy and terror. Could that butchered victim be connected to a secretive Seminary tucked away amongst vineyards and sunflowers in a remote part of the Aude? Martin must discover who really was the victim in that crate? And why?  Who might be next? And with yet more horrors to come, can his and Dora’s love prove strong enough to survive?


David Urwin – Plain Song from the Backstreets of Silence

David Urwin has a loyal and respectful following in south-west Wales where he regularly reads his work live, including his ‘performance poetry’. He believes that anyone who likes poetry will find something within these pages to make him/her think, smile, cry or even laugh.

‘Plain Song from the Backstreets of Silence’ is David Urwin’s second collection of poetry, following ‘Towards Humanity’, (Pinewood Press, 2015). He recommends reading the poems out loud, and disturbing the silence… for just a little while.


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