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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Penelope Callow

Penelope Callow is the pen name of children’s author Penelope Garland. Penelope was born in South Wales to a Welsh Father and Manx Mother. Her life took her to Paris, France where she settled into married life as a teenage bride. She returned to live in Wales after living and working there but never forgetting her beloved island…

Penelope hopes that this is the first of many children’s books to come!


G. D. Jones – Extra Terrestrial Wrestlers

“Extra Terrestrial Wrestlers is a fabulous children’s sci-fi adventure based around the world of televised wrestling. Can the world champion wrestler Afro Anthony and his tag partner the Maniac defeat the huge four-armed monster in a winner-takes-all contest? Get ready to rumble with the giant alien in a battle that will determine the fate of Planet Earth.”

Another great story from the author of ‘Theory Tales’. Suitable for young children and teenagers who love to watch wrestling on TV and appreciate the showmanship and hard work that goes into these performances. As always with G.D. Jones work there is an original twist in the tale too!


Sally Spedding – The Devil’s Garden

Delphine Rougier, while training to become a gendarme in the Corrèze, witnesses a middle-aged couple emptying a suspicious-looking liquid into a nearby stream. It’s poison. But why? The couple vanish and Delphine finds their car a burnt-out wreck. Also, their farm’s cows have been savaged by wolves previously unseen in the region. There are more questions than answers. Meanwhile, her mother’s killer, Patrick Gauffroi, has been sprung from a Paris jail. Who helped him escape, and why? Is he now stalking Delphine? She becomes stretched on more than one front. Friends become enemies. But Delphine is determined to uncover the truth, in relation to both her investigation and Gauffroi’s true nature. Even at the risk of losing everything, Including her life.


Huw Beynon – Huw and Smile

HB was born on the sunny side of a Welsh hillside on the 26th and the 28th of November in the Year of the Horse. Yes, right from the “Oops!” moment that led to conception, life was clearly programmed to be a laugh a minute, sometimes two. For the past three years – from Brexit and Trumpety Trump to Social Media and Huawei – he has embraced the joy and the doolallyness of the passing parade as observed from the grassy knoll, essentially with hat set at a jaunty angle and a little ball bouncing along above the words. Happy days.


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