The Spell Of The Horse: Stories of Healing and Personal Transformation with Nature’s Finest Teachers  by Pam Billinge

 When her mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer, Pam began to notice the way her horse responded to her emotional turmoil. Thus began an exploration into the spiritual relationship between horses and humans and their infinite capacity to help us heal. Building on her remarkable discoveries, Pam began her pioneering work as a horse-led coach and therapist. By sharing her own path to redemption through personal tragedy, and other stories of healing inspired by the incredible interactions she has observed between horse and human, Pam puts forward her uplifting insights about the true nature of the horse, setting out some simple principles to help the reader transcend life's challenges.  A must-read for those wishing to understand the spiritual connection between horses and humans. H Is For Hawk meets The Outrun via Eat Pray Love.  September 2017 MBS, BM, 

Call Of An Angel by Patricia O'Toole

The remarkable true story of angels and spirits appearing in the lives of an ordinary working mum and her two teenage sons, living quietly in a remote corner of Ireland. This was no chance meeting between heaven and earth and they soon became part of a phenomenon that would change their lives forever.


'In the still silence of the night, I said a little prayer asking the angels never to do anything that might startle me. Feeling somewhat reassured by this, I snuggled down and drifted off to sleep. I am not so sure I would have been quite so easily placated if I had had any notion of the sheer volume of angels and spirits that were soon to come into my life at every opportunity and everywhere I went, from that night forward.'   7 Nov 2017 MBS/Memoir

Tripping With Jim Morrison & Other Friends by Michael Lawrence

With An Introduction by Timothy Leary

It is the 1960s, the hip are experimenting. What is real, what is  cinema? Michael's friend Jim Morrison shares his poems as Michael shares his painting and sculpture. He makes portraits, writes about his Felliniesque childhood in Rome meeting Errol Flynn and Laurence Olivier. He discovers antiquity, Charles Chaplin and the  beauty of art and style.  He wants to be famous like his friend Jim! Private encounters with John Huston, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Judy Garland, Paul Bowles, Jacques Lipchitz and others offer Michael's imagination inspiration.  Memoir


Love & Justice by Diana Morgan-Hill

A Compelling True Story Of Triumph Over Tragedy

At the age of 29, Diana Hill fell under a London train. In 7 seconds the tall, glamorous businesswoman went from busy woman of the world with everything to live for to double-leg-amputee, her life in ruins. Then it got worse. The issues surrounding sexuality and disability are explored here with stark honesty as she recalls her complicated love life, the High Court dramas, and the rawness of her pain amidst a turmoil of emotion, all told with tremendous humour, charm and heart. Memoir


I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry by Susie Kelly

With her usual humour and honesty, Susie recalls a 1950s childhood in post-war London's every shade of grey which contrasts vividly with the splendours of Africa as, with her glamorous mother and father, Susie boards a ship bound for exotic, technicolor Kenya. Each time it seems things cannot get any worse, they do as Susie lifts the lid on her own, often shocking, behavior in her quest to protect herself and those she loves. Rebellious, lonely and self-destructive, it is a small grey pony named Cinderella who saves Susie from herself and brings her the love she craves. Memoir

Schizophrenia - Who Cares? - A Father's Story  by Tim Salmon

Tim Salmon tells the tragic, moving story of his son's – and thus his own – 20-year struggle with schizophrenia. He dedicates this frank, no-holds-barred account to all those who find themselves in the same boat, both sufferers and relatives, all of whom, once this bizarre illness strikes, find themselves thrown into a chaotic situation that is always bewildering and often as downright terrifying as it is heartbreaking. Memoir