“I’ll tell you what happened in Tulisaari.”
Authoramp book marketing, promotion and PR agency. We are experienced book marketing professionals who have been working with authors and publishers for years. Authoramp specialises in helping authors and publishers cost-effectively enhance their online presence and increase exposure for their books via a mixture of digital PR, email marketing, blogger outreach and social media. If you would like to speak to us about promoting your book, book marketing, PR or anything else, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.
We create press releases, press packs, blog posts and share these with our affiliate blog network and our database of book bloggers, reviewers and website editors.
We share any reviews, features, interviews and guest blogs gained across our network of affiliate social media profiles with a potential reach of over 6 million people.
We help authors and publishers make the most of social media. It’s important to reach out to potential readers and build up a community of people who may be interested in reading your books.
Social media is a great platform to engage with your readers, we help you achieve this by training, consultancy and management.
We have a vast database of book bloggers, reviewers, website editors, review journals and media contacts.
We also research and source new contacts in whatever niche or genre the book is in. So if your book is particularly niche or quite broad, don’t worry, we will find the best channels in which to seek exposure.
We help authors and publishers reach traditional and mainstream media, not just blogs.
We have recently had authors in local and national newspapers, radio and TV. As well as on large media websites.
We help our authors and publishers with their book marketing by understanding their book and their target market.
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P Mitchener – Between Darkness and The Light
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B Rogers – A Matter of Life and Death
J Saunders – Great Men at Bad Moments
Phil Grimes – Smack, Crack and the Long Road Back
Fergus Wiggin – The Tiger and The Wren
Charlotte Fallowfield – Until We Collide
T.S.C.O.T.B.F.H. by K Woods
The Magic Canopy by William Paley
M Ludlow – Life Goes On
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“I’ll tell you what happened in Tulisaari.”
A young, bored and confused teenager is thrown into an adventurous world that he believed only existed in books and dreams. Henry is destined to become the next Host Master and to lead the everlasting fight between the darkness and the light. The Wyvern, an ancient creature of mythical powers and defender of all things living, has to find a host to be able to dwell in this world. It chooses Henry.
After his encounter with Bert and the odd dog Ben in the woodland, Henry’s life would never be the same again: as well as finding his only true love, he’s told that his mother and aunt had kept from him that they were creatures of nature and guardians of the woodland and commanded great powers. Henry has to find a way to grow up fast and find the strength to face up to both his own demons as well as those sent by the Shadow Master, a powerful sorcerer, who has the power and the aid from dark allies to destroy life and spread darkness across the world.
In her latest book, ‘A Matter of Life and Death – Women and the New Eugenics’, Barbara Rogers argues that population growth would not be a problem if all women had access to safe and effective contraception.
Great Men at Bad Moments centres on the indignities and brutalities inflicted on young pupils during the reigns of some twenty-five headmasters, many of them Church of England clergymen.