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How Not to Date Online … (with one boob) by Jo Turner

Make no mistake this is not your conventional book, but then again Jo is not your conventional person! She is one gutsy, savvy woman who has faced cancer head on, dealt with clinicians who, at the age of 26, didn’t think she was capable of making decisions for herself, coped with divorce and becoming a single mum all at the same time.Follow Jo through her first hand account of what dealing with cancer feels like and how she had to learn to love again through the world of online dating apps. A melting pot of raw humour, insight, emotion, beauty, strength and downright profanity this is not a book to be missed! Jo is giving all profits to Coppafeel and we know her book will make a real difference.
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How To Not Date Online With One Boob
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DEADLY ESCAPE by Dawn Terry

When Amy Fairchild’s abusive relationship comes crashing down she takes her chance and runs, fleeing to the idyllic Spanish island of Ibiza. Freedom, and a chance to escape the darkness of her past is all she wants. The last thing Amy expects is to find love. Yet she does, in the muscular arms and dark enchanting eyes of the half-Spanish, half-English, multi-millionaire property investor Roberto Mead. Roberto and Ibiza become her sanctuary. However, she has underestimated her ex-fiancé and soon finds out that he has no intention of letting her go. Can Amy escape her tormentor? As danger looms, can Roberto save her?

“A sizzling romance perfect for a beach read or a lazy afternoon in the garden. Dawn Terry is a fresh new voice in women’s fiction.”
Sarah Pinborough, No.1 Sunday Times Bestselling and New York Times Bestselling author.

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SIMMERING RAGE by John McArdle

Andy Connolly is a businessman who is recovering from his divorce, coming to terms with the expense of running two houses, and simply going home after a day at work. However, a car crash on the drive home puts him in contact with a dangerous criminal and the meeting changes his life forever. Transported into a world of high-level criminals and an overstretched police force, he discovers it’s a world he is ill equipped to handle. His life and those of the people he loves are placed at risk; suddenly, life is filled with danger from which there is no escape. This clash of the criminal underworld and the ordinary person is filled with tension, uncertainty and danger. Who to trust? The police? The senior police officer is a man driven by ambition... and possibly other motives.
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THE KNOT by Helen Cousin

The Knot is a story that helps children identify and undo worry knots in their tummies. Beautifully illustrated, the book explains in light-hearted rhyme how worry knots can be dispelled, how even teachers get worry knots and how they cope with them. We can't imagine a single child that won't be able to relate to the theme of The Knot. This lovely story is written for primary school children and all proceeds from the sale of the book goes to fund THRIVE training in schools.
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A TANGLED WEB by John McArdle

When Tony Needham, one of the North Yorkshire Building Society's youngest and most dynamic managers, decides to test his employer's security systems he starts an unlikely chain of events that he thinks he can control. Or can he? Was a simple bank error the event that set a dark seed in his mind of exploitation? Was it the gullibility of honest people or the laziness of an incompetent lawyer? As the story progresses easily and engagingly from handsome, loving family man to false identity and suspense, A Tangled Web will quietly take you captive. Initially, it might have you rooting for the main protagonist, then maybe you will change your mind as multi-levelled deceit highjacks innocent people, but ultimately A Tangled Web saves the best until last when it delivers a thriller bombshell ending. Do you become a thief with a single thought or act, or do you slide gently into dishonesty without noticing your feet losing grip on a law-abiding pathway? If only we could recognise when we have reached a fork in the road of life; if only we could know the consequences... A Tangled Web is a work of crime fiction that will play with your mind long after you have finished reading it.
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THE CRUISE PLANNER by Cathy Rogers

This perfect planner is just the place to record all the information and details you need to plan your perfect cruise. You won’t forget a thing as the planner contains comprehensive lists, worksheets, a cruise arc planner, packing suggestions, diary and journal pages, all helpfully set out to cover the planning and execution of your perfect cruise in five clear sections.
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The Confident portExplorer
by Cathy Rogers

Thinking about cruising? It's like staying in a wonderful hotel where every morning brings different scenery and the opportunity for a new adventure! Whether you're planning your first ever cruise or you already have the cruising bug, The Confident portExplorer will be an invaluable tool, helping you get the most out of your days ashore.

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THE WRIGHT WAY TO FLY by Andy Wilkinson

All her life Mae has been surrounded by incredible stories, but she’s never had one of her own. All of that is about to change. Join Mae on an adventure as she encounters a secret map, two intriguing brothers and a journey which takes her through the mysteries of the past! (The first of the Mae Nugent series of books)
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Of Amos, 'Erbert & Friends - Flying High with Huddersfield Town
by Andrew Pearce

Of Amos, ‘Erbert and Friends; Flying High with Huddersfield Town is a book in which the author combines the fiction of conversation with historical facts to provide a fan's eye view of a remarkable football club. It begins with the founding of Huddersfield Town, in 1906, and its brave survival in a rugby league stronghold, despite the dastardly endeavours of Leeds United to close the club down via what was close to being association football's first ever franchise deal. It describes the club's halcyon years between the two World Wars; twenty years in which the Huddersfield Town were ‘Thrice Champions’ of the Football League, runners up for the title on three occasions, won the FA Cup and appeared in a total of five finals; a period of success galvanised by football’s first ever great manager, Herbert Chapman, and overseen by the club's visionary chairman, Sir Amos Brook Hirst. The book deals with seven post war decades and analyses a series of milestone moments which contributed to a spectacular fall from grace, before ending on an impressive note as a Terrier like renaissance over the last ten years has seen Huddersfield Town restored to English footballs top flight.
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MISADVENTURE, MAYHEM, MYTH AND MURDER The Dark Side of Axholme's Past
by Robert E. Fish

Nestling amongst the Isle’s absorbing and captivating history, lurks a time of violence, fear and disaffection – the dark side of Axholme’s past! For hundreds of years, superstition, legend and custom influenced the lives of those bound to this mysterious and isolated landscape. The cloying mists that rose from Axholme’s fenland countryside spread a malign influence to the very core of its unsophisticated inhabitants. Some of the tales in this book featured in the local press of the day, some were handed down through generations of Axholme families, whereas others are the stuff of legend. Drownings in the River Trent, accidental deaths, mysterious ‘little people,’ poisonings, murder, deranged and disturbed lives – all can be found in the enclosed pages. Folklore and fantasy or the manifestation of a terrible reality? You decide!
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URSU by Sarah Napier

Ursu is the true and heart-warming story of one woman’s determination to save a dog from certain death. A dog she has never even met. Unwanted, broken, feral and unapproachable the dog has never known anything but years of terrible brutality and abuse at the hands of humans. It could all go very wrong, but somehow she knows that behind those sad and desperate eyes there is a good, kind and intelligent dog. Can he be saved? Can he ever trust a human? Heart-warming, poignant and touching; if you love dogs there is no doubt that you will love Ursu.
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THIRTIES CHILD by Noel Bradley

This book is a living history. It is a firsthand account in verse of a little boy living in Liverpool during the Great Depression, who became a boy taken from his family and evacuated during the Liverpool blitz of World War 2, who became a young man serving overseas in the RAF. A man who married his sweetheart after meeting her just twice, who toiled down the pits for 30 years, who became a poet and fell in love with Scotland. This is the story, in verse of this family man who lost his wife and soul mate far too soon. Funny, vivid, down to earth, heartfelt, sad, profound and beautiful, these poems pick you up and transport you back to times long since gone; to hardships, love and experiences we can only imagine. Until now. Come back to the war, down the mines, to Scotland with the boy, the young man, the man who experienced them all. This is an absolute treasure of a book that you will cherish and keep forever.
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THE ELEPHANT AND THE WASP by John McArdle

Written from the life and experiences of John McArdle, ‘The Elephant and the Wasp’ takes readers inside the unlikely success of McArdle – a working-class boy who found his calling as a ferocious adversarial lawyer. While well known in the North East, millions in the UK have taken advantage of his proudest achievement – using his own tenacity and entrepreneurship to develop what has now been adopted as courtesy vehicles for motorists, after a non-fault accident. Preferring to act for individuals against some of the country’s largest institutions, John now shares his entire life story in a book critics are calling ‘…a great read from beginning to end’.
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ANOTHER GIANT WORLD
by Eileen Ike West

Nominated for the 2019 Eric Hoffer Book Award, Next Generation Indie Book Award and American Book Fest’s International Book Award. When Sullivan Walker’s parents moved their family from a cosmopolitan Minnesota city to a small village in the Arizona desert, Sully decided life couldn’t get any worse. Added to that, his little sister Beth was the most annoying person on earth and her new friend, an old tribal Grandmother, was weird. He didn’t want anything to do with either of them. His new home was hot and dusty. There were no other kids to play with, so as he had no friends, he opted to spend the summer exploring the desert instead. And this is when Sully’s adventures began. His feeling of being followed in the desert was right and eventually he encountered a being beyond his wildest imagination. But what he encountered needed something from him… and only the tribal Grandmother could guide him to find out what it was. Could he bring himself to approach her? Would she even help him? Sully was about to find out.
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JIM'S WAR The saga of one man's struggle against the Nazi hordes
by J W Pearce

Until my forties all I’d known about Dad’s World War II ‘active service’ was that he’d enjoyed it (‘best days of my life, son,’ he’d always say, to the mock despair of his beloved Winnie, my mother). As to what dad had actually done in six and a quarter years of army life, between 1939 and 1946... well, Jim had always remained relatively coy about it. This all changed when dad’s third-born grandson was given a school project that required an interview with a war veteran. For William Pearce ‘granddad’ was the obvious target; and the war veteran opened up to provide a raft of reminiscences. Now faithfully recorded with word for word accuracy in this, his mainly light-hearted book, ‘Jim’s War’ is a unique account of wartime active service from an ordinary man braver than he would give himself credit for.
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I felt compelled to write Ursu’s story, and having done so I didn’t know what to do with it.  I had no idea whether it was good or not or how to go about publishing it in some way. I had never before written a book.

By chance I was introduced to Jane who not only gave me the confidence to publish, but also held my hand throughout the administrative process.  A year on from publication in spring 2018, Jane continues to give me huge support.  Publishing can be a confusing and challenging sphere.  Jane understands the industry and underpins this with a very friendly, accessible style, and with honesty and kindness. I wouldn’t have published without her. Anyone publishing through JJMoffs is in safe hands.   

Sarah Napier, Author

Although I had self-published my previous books, ‘Misadventure, Mayhem, Myth and Murder’ was my first with a publisher. I chose JJ Moffs as it was a local and independent publisher and from the outset I knew I had made the right choice. Jane was consistently professional, courteous and honest, and her guidance and attention to detail was of the highest order. She kept me informed of the deadlines at each stage and left me confident the book would be finished to my satisfaction – as it was! The whole process was privately and publicly rewarding, so much so that I am embarking on two other books with her.

For anyone seeking to publish their first book, or for more experienced authors wishing to extend the scope of their writing, I strongly recommend Jane and all her team at JJ Moffs, Publishing

Bob Fish, Author

My Dad’s dream (then aged 86 years) was to have his poetry published. As family members we all thought that the poems were good, but we wanted an outside, honest opinion. Fortunately for us Jane was very impressed and emotionally engaged by what she had read. My Dad no idea how to proceed to get his work into print, but Jane had all the knowledge and drive that we needed to start the ball rolling and keep it going for the best outcome we could have hoped for. Her knowledge, skill, dedication and effort were wholly responsible for the finished product “Thirties Child – A living history in verse”.

The absolute joy for both Jane and myself at my dad’s excitement when he picked up his first copy of his own poems in print, is unforgettable.

Jane’s sincere and honest investment in the people she meets creates strong bonds and trust in her abilities. Without Jane, the book Thirties Child would never have happened. I cannot recommend this independent publisher highly enough.

Shirley Hauser, Author's daughter