Teen and Young Adult
For Alfie Travers, a summer away from his now ex-girlfriend can not come quick enough, even if it means tagging along on his dad’s dull work trip to the village of Woodplumpton, Preston. Shortly after arrival, Alfie strolls off to see what the place has to offer. Not much, it seems… until he chances upon
Trina Warren didn’t plan on being anyone’s hero. She planned on going to fourth period as normal. But then there was a bang, and an overturned chair, and everything was different. Now Trina finds herself in a fantasy world, pursued by a faceless, nameless monster that only she can stop. Just one second is all
Noah’s emotionally detached mother insists on an adventurous trip to the remote Scottish island of Inchtinn. She’s hoping for some inspiration to write her next bestselling children’s book. Yet adventure isn’t the only thing that awaits their arrival … Sinister beings are stirring and when things take a turn for the worse, Noah is forced
The much anticipated sequel to the Carnegie nominated Cold Bath Street. Written Stone Lane is a fast-paced ghost thriller that will set your heart racing until the very end. RAUFFE RADCLIFFE LAID THIS STONE TO LYE FOREVER: AD 1655 so says the mysterious stone laying on Written Stone Lane. When the stone is moved years
Preston Oldcorn is in a desolate void between life and death. In order to save his soul he must brave his greatest fear – Cold Bath Street. A ghost, gothic thriller that will keep you gripped to the end. “This is an excellent book with compelling characters, a creepy atmosphere and a clever plot. It
This unique book takes you on a journey to discover the beauty of the ‘aurora borealis’. Life beneath the Northern Lights is the definitive companion for anyone who wishes to learn more about aurors, their cultural influences, when, where and how the can be observed, and how you can photograph this spectacular natural phenomenon.
The STEAM Children’s Book Prize
The aim of the prize is to highlight the importance of STEAM subjects (science, technology, engineering, arts, maths) and praise the publishing industry and authors for championing them. By providing children with engaging, fun, and exciting literature, they’ll hopefully be inspired to take an interest in STEAM further into their education.
There are so many wonderful titles out there that provide the encouragement we desperately need, they may indeed bridge the skills gap we are currently experiencing in the UK.
UCLan Publishing is currently closed to unsolicited submissions. We will look at everything sent to us and aim to respond within 6 weeks if we are interested in discussing your work further. We a currently looking for Middle Grade and YA.
Please consider our guidelines before submitting your work, and be aware that we are a student run publishing house. You must be open to our new approach to publishing, and by submitting your work you may be considered for student projects or our commercial arm.
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