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19 February 2019

Little Pearl Kindle edition available now!

Our first book from local author Helen Haraldsen - Little Pearl - is now available on Amazon for Kindle at £3.49. Read more about the book here.

The paperback edition of Little Pearl is due for release on 25th March 2019. Keep an eye out for more announcements on the publication date. 




01 February 2019

The Shadow of Fenrir Hardback edition available now!

The hardback edition of the first book in the Wolves of Dumnonia series is now available on Amazon at £14.99. 

The Apple Books version will be released at Easter, available through iTunes and Apple Books.

Keep an eye out for announcements on the audiobook, which is expected to be completed in time for the summer holiday, 2019.


28 December 2018

The Shadow of Fenrir Kindle edition available now!

The first book of the Wolves of Dumnonia series is now available on Amazon for Kindle at £7.99.

The first hardback edition of The Shadow of Fenrir is due for official release on 1st February 2019. However it is likely to be available for purchase from Amazon sooner than that. We'll keep you posted.

The Apple Books version will also be released on the same date, available through iTunes and Apple Books.

Keep an eye out for announcements on the audiobook, which is expected to be completed in time for Easter 2019.



14 December 2018

Elterwater Press sponsors the Keswick School Writers & Illustrators Club

Elterwater Press is delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring the Keswick School Writers & Illustrators Club in 2019. As well as providing advice and help to the club and its student members, we will be assisting them to publish their team-written novel ‘The Reader’, which will be professionally formatted and printed as a paperback and made available as an ebook on Amazon. We will also be supporting the club by sponsoring visits from professional writers and illustrators throughout the year.


03 December 2018

First recording session for the The Shadow of Fenrir audiobook successfully wrapped.

We completed our first recording session with voice actor Toby Gaffney at Abbey Road Studios, St Bees, today. It was a long session (8 hours) but it was good fun for all, although Toby was feeling pretty exhausted with all the different accents he had to pull off. Old Norse isn't easy! We'll be recording the next set of chapters in the New Year after a well-earned break.