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Friday, July 12, 2019

The Blue Between - now on Smashwords

Now available on Smashwords:


The Blue Between

A PLAYGROUND in Knysna, South Africa
A wooden swing. A Polaroid camera.

Andricia, heartbroken on her eighteenth birthday.

Sebastian, an introverted twelve-year-old boy
from London who FALLS for her on sight — and
cannot forget her, even into adulthood.

For years he returns to the place of their meeting,
hoping to see her again.


To see a lovely preview:


Thursday, January 24, 2019

Updates and Errata

For everyone who subscribed and got a weird, sentimental post - it was meant for a different blog.  Apologies, followers!

P'kaboo in 2019:

Welcome to this year.

We have a number of exciting novels and children's books in the burner right now.  Some are nearly ready and some are being edited. Here is a sneak peek:

1.  The Robin and the Wish (Shaun Harbour)

Small Girl lives alone in the Old Forest.  That is, until Robin appears and enriches her life, with song by day and light by night.

But then something dark starts to disturb their peaceful life.  Something that wants Small Girl - and doesn't want to share.

A lingering story with rare emotional depth.

2.  The Immy Series (Leslie Hyla Winton Noble)

Peeps are already familiar with Immy - launched in 2012 in South Africa, then retracted for editing in 2014.

Immy and the Dragon:  Immy is a brave little girl who encounters a dragon in the forest.  The series follows their adventures together.

3.  The Grumpy Princess  (Andrea Kaczmarek)

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This delightful story comes from Andrea Katzmarek, our author of "Pink Wish Ice Cream".  What happened to the princess who, unlike Aurora, was not condemned by the evil fairy to 100 years of sleep?

4.  The Brothers Thanatos (Joshua Gamon)

This riveting fantasy novel (not for children!) is a page turner like few.  Max Thanatos, a mage of the finest order, will go to extraordinary lengths to save his brother Charlie's soul from the Devil.

5.  Wisp (Constance Tonge)

P'kaboo is pretty proud to have signed on the descendant of Bram Stoker himself.  "Wisp" is a story set in a half-light between reality and imaginings; politics and a haunted past. It takes a while to unravel what comes down to, essentially, a fiendish crime against humanity.

There are more books in the developmental process too; and we're hoping that this year, finally, we will be able to bring you the long-awaited sequel by Marie Marshall to "From My Cold Undead Hand"; which is "Kwireboy vs Vampyre".

We are also on the look-out for reviews for the recently published books, "Darx Circle" (by Leslie Noble), and "The Blue Between" (by Annemarie Luck). 

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Happy New Year 2019

Wishing all our readers, authors, friends and associates a brilliant 2019.