Our writing group produces our own collections and also publishes books by individual members of the group. Additionally some members have published books independently. If you live locally to Whittlesey and would prefer to buy direct from the writing group or author concerned please email us to arrange your purchase.
Our latest collection of wonderful short stories and brilliant poems available at just £12, such remarkable value for 675 pages of sheer reading pleasure.
Where the Wild Winds Blow is Whittlesey Wordsmiths first collection of short stories and poetry it has proved to be very popular. Price £8.50
A Following Wind is the second collection of prose and poetry from the very talented Whittlesey Wordsmiths writing group. Price £9
Witch Way is an outstanding collection of short stories and poetry written by Cathy Cade. Price £4.50
Emmie the Elf works hard, running errands and sweeping out reindeer stalls, but Santa’s newest helper still finds herself grounded on the biggest night of the year. Can Emmie get airborne in time for next Christmas Eve?
‘A lovely story’, Amazon review. ‘Would make a great stocking-stuffer gift,’ John Spiers.
A Year before Christmas is a smashing little book and suitable for young children to read along with. Price £3.50
The Railway Carriage Child is a beautifuly written autobiography written by a lady who’s Fenland Childhood was spend growing up in two Victorian railway carriages. It is a wonderfully evocative story of the time and the place. Price £8
This is Philip’s first novel and introduces us to Detective Chief Inspector Cyril Lane, known to everyone as Arnold.
Like most policemen, Arnold has had experiences he would rather not have had, seen things he wished he hadn’t seen and encountered things he cannot explain.
But Arnold’s experiences in Killing Time in Cambridge are truly unlike any other.
Among these are time travel and the arrival of an exceptional assistant.
The story is set in the historic city of Cambridge and in the surrounding Fens.
Euphemia Ffinch, godmother to Lucinda Eleanor, has been traveling since she retired as nanny to the Regalian royal family.
Buttons the dog has lived in the basement with Cindy since his master died, while her stepmother and stepsisters live upstairs and treat her as a servant.
Prince Alfred of Regalia is dreading his birthday ball; his stutter gets worse in company and the daughters of the nobility look down on him. They are all taller than he is. He’d rather invite the girl he met online.
Euphemia learns that Cindy’s father has died. Her intuition tells her she is needed back in Regalia, but someone is trying to stop her.
The Godmother is an alternative take on a traditional fairy tale and beautifully written.
Mirlings live in the garden fishpond.
When Molly meets newcomer Flash, their dislike is mutual. But it becomes difficult to avoid each other after they and Molly’s friends are netted with goldfish destined for an indoor tank.
Can the mirlings stay hidden from the humans while surrounded by glass?
Will river-born Grandad end his days in a fish-tank?
Will Flash’s recklessness endanger them all?
Will the humans ever master fish keeping?
A fascinating story of the hidden world beneath the surface.
Stephen Oliver has stories published in two recent collections available on Amazon.
This is book of exceptional poetry written by Tessa Thomson a remarkable poet who has literally just found her voice.
The price is £5 and can be ordered for local collection.
This terrific book of outstanding limericks is from the pen of Valerie Fish the price is £5.
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