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Publishing Facilitation Services

Our publishing facilitation services include proofreading, editing, typesetting, layout & cover design, to print-ready material. We also facilitate paperback printing locally and internationally.


Specialised Publishing Services

Specialised publishing services include: the reproduction and re-publishing of old, out-of-print books, and the production of fully interactive eBooks, with audio and video capabilities.


We Make them, We Sell Them! Online Book Store

We have a fully functional online store employing internationally recognised cart software and secure payment facilites. We sell our own books and other self-published books.

Frank-ly Speaking - News & Blog

  • Impressions launch

    Kouga Mayor to Speak at “Impressions” launch The Executive Mayor of the Kouga Municipality, Clr Horatio Hendricks, has graciously agreed to speak at the long-postponed launch of the two books “Impressions of St Francis” and “Impressions of Jeffreys Bay”, to be held at the Seashells Holiday Apartments & Conference Centre…

  •  Write-On Praised

    Kouga Executive Mayor Commends Write-On Publishing The Executive Mayor of the Kouga Municipality, Clr Horatio Hendricks, has commended Write-On publishing’s Frank Nunan on the publication of the two books “Impressions of Jeffreys Bay” and “Impressions of St Francis”. Speaking at the launch of the two books in Jeffreys Bay last…

  • In Quiet Realm Released

    Pride, Respect, Despair, Joy and Profound Sadness - Emotions Stirred by "In Quiet Realm" The latest offering to emerge from the SA Catholic Online/Write-On Publishing stable is Fr Lawrence Mduduzi Ndlovu's brilliant poetry anthology  "In Quiet Realm". This little book by the  Soweto-born Catholic Cleric, lecturer, writer, poet, speaker and…

A Terrible Beauty - A Review by Beverley Bouwer

toweroofA father and daughter conspire to write a novel set in Ireland. VM Devine is the pen name of Mike Mahony and Valerie Ganzevoort. After reading it, you wouldn't believe they live in sunny SA.

A Terrible Beauty is a story of the solving of a murder at Joyce's Tower. Father Luke O’Gorman returns there after fleeing a horrible incident in Nigeria where he was a missionary. Instead of escaping the emotions, they follow him home, and are echoed in his family dynamics and the tense domestic situation, getting worse by the day as the centenary anniversary of the Easter Uprising approaches. Detective Chief Superintendent Fírinne Jeffries and her team is called upon to investigate the murder that results, with the local Gardaí on full alert to the possibility of more violence and protest in the air.

I loved the setting, and the detailed scenery and history that these authors wove into the story. It was modern, realistic and also clever and classy. The telling was seamless and rich, with a great deal of research having gone into it. Lots of dialogue and action kept the pace moving and me guessing about who was going to be revealed as the gruesome killer. This mystery was refreshingly different to most in the genre, comprising much more than your average detection.

The level of detail made for a dense read - the complexity meant there was a lot of story, and this detracted slightly from me getting to know the characters better.

An enriching experience and a well-deserved 4 stars.

See the orignal review at  http://bevbouwer.blogspot.co.za/2016/11/a-terrible-beauty-by-vm-devine.html\

Picture shows the roof of Joyce's Tower where the murder took place in "A terrible beauty"


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