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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Terry Breverton 100 Greatest Welshmen

The 100 Greatest Welshmen is a veritable goldmine of a book. Did you know that Wales can boast the man who made possible the Internet, the world’s first football superstar, the patron saint of computer technicians, America’s greatest pathfinder, the founder of socialism, Europe’s greatest legend, an American Public Enemy No. 1, the pioneer of cinema, the first British historian, the world’s greatest pirate, the 20th century’s most important liberal thinker, America’s greatest architect, the man who won the First World War, five of the first six presidents of the United States of America and the world’s most successful buccaneer?


Cari Glyn – Give Me Strength

The year is 1909. Bargoed is a burgeoning town in the Rhymney Valley since the sinking of the coal mine by Powell Duffryn Steam Coal Company. Walter Lewis, the newly elected miners’ agent represents the working men of the valley who pay their penny due to the Fed, the South Wales Miners Federation.

Historical fact meets fiction in a story of crime, mystery and drama in this thrilling tale. And if you are one of many thousands, near or far, with links to the Rhymney Valley or feel nostalgic for the disappearing traditions and lost industrial heritage of south east Wales – this book is a must read.


Sally Spedding – Behold A Pale Horse

This literary thriller mainly set in London and the south of France, draws upon parallels of evil through the ages. From 1271-1310 after the purging of the Knights Templar in 1307 and the round-up and torture of homosexuals from the French Riviera during World War II, to 1983 and young Catherine and Clement Ash’s loveless marriage. It also charts one deranged old man’s unfinished business leading to a different, even more deadly Apocalypse.


Ted Cogdell – Two Pints and Two Shillings Change

Ted Cogdell from Griffithstown, south Wales was conscripted into the first (and only) peacetime militia in July 1939. What was supposed to be six months training turned into seven years of war. His adventures during WWII are truly remarkable. He was awarded the Burma Star, the Arctic Star, the 1939-1945 Star, the Defence Medal and the 1939-45 War Medal. After the war Ted married the love of his life, Maisie. They have one daughter, five grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. This incredible memoir was written by Ted for his family. Ted is 99 years old and still lives in south Wales.


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