we five authors

invite you to…


[note: this event has now taken place]

and we are…

Stephen Oram, who writes thought provoking stories that mix science fiction with social comment in a recognisable near-future London. Find out more at www.stephenoram.net

Jule Owen, who writes novels for young adults. They are adventure stories with a serious message about the future we are making for ourselves. Find out more at www.juleowen.com

Avalon Weston, who has an eclectic mix of a medical mystery, a Watership Down for a new generation and a ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ written 30 years ago. Find out more here.

Christopher Bowden, who is the author of elegant literary mysteries in which chance discoveries about the past change the course of present lives and influence the future too. Find out more at www.christopherbowden.com

Patsy Trench, who is the writer of novels and non fiction, about 1920s England and 19th century Australia respectively. Find out more at www.patsytrench.com

and here’s a selection from the books you’ll discover…

“A novel as intriguing as the house at its heart. I loved it” Julian Fellowes
worst country
‘Not only a great read but a thought-provoking one too.’ Karen Clare, Family Tree magazine.
“I finished this book in two sittings… punctuated only by the need to sleep”
Quantum Confessions
“Exciting, dystopian and a heady mix of family, physics and futurism!” Celia Wade-Brown, Mayor of Wellington, NZ
“Call the midwife” meets “Ladies No 1 Detective Agency”
‘Clever, original, beautifully written, with the kind of dry, sly wit that is so pleasing.’ Joan Deitch.
“A gripping page-turner set in a well-thought-out future”
"Subtly written but still a page-turner, it is a spine-chillingly enjoyable read." The Lady
“Subtly written but still a page-turner, it is a spine-chillingly enjoyable read.” The Lady
all the sky
“Wind in the Willows” meets “Watership Down”
“Disturbing vision of bourgeois diktat […] extraordinarily gifted, detailed and believable novel.” Paul Simon, Morning Star