Clare Dwyer’s wonderful collection of poems, ‘Murmurations’, is now available on Kindle and Kobo e-readers!

Customer reviews:

“A delightful collection …”

“Beautiful, inspirational poems of the natural world and all that matters in, on and beyond it …”

“Eloquent, elegant and illuminating …”

Kindle: (Kindle Unlimited or £6.99)

Kobo: (Kobo Plus or £6.99)



Radio Cornwall Interview: SCOTT JONES

An in-depth interview between Scott Jones and Radio Cornwall’s Tiffany Truscott is now on BBC Sounds: ‘Jack and the Time Machine’ can be purchased via our online shop.   Well done, Scott!  


We are thrilled to announce another author and title we will be publishing this year. Read on to learn more about Robin Falvey and his wonderful novel, Fulmar. “I was living in an old Post Office van, trundling the Cornish lanes, stopping here and there, never for long, always leaving early. One day, I’d been surfing at Porthtowan and afterwards was sitting, eating my chips when, suddenly, a bunch of young people poured out of Porthtowan Surf Lifesaving Club. I was reminded of Dawlish Warren Lifesaving Club back in Devon, where I had been club captain. I began writing, and, Fulmar, is the result. My protagonist, Jacob Penhallow, is a messed up fifteen-year-old looking for connection and belonging but finding it in the wrong places. It’s a story about how a young person can grow and change, and heal from trauma, and about the role a community can play in that recovery. It’s such a personal book, written with optimism from the back of a van in laybys, and woven through with my love of the sea. As someone said – I don’t know who – ‘It’s in the personal that we find the universal’; I think this is what shines through in this book and makes it very relatable and accessible. A Devonian by birth, I’ve been living in Cornwall since 2009. I’d recently returned to the UK from a stint in New Zealand and the South Pacific, where I’d been working as a deckhand on the tall ship Soren Larsen and came to Penryn to take a Master’s degree in journalism at Falmouth University. Cornwall is culturally quite distinctive, but in some ways, doesn’t feel so very different from the Devon fishing town of Brixham, where I was born and raised during the 1970s and ‘80s. Back then, we visited Cornwall regularly because we had aunts, uncles, and cousins living down here. They were always lovely with us kids, and I have very happy memories of those times. Fulmar  was runner-up in the prestigious Bath Novel Award in 2015 but narrowly missed out on finding a publisher at the time. I’d more or less given up on finding a home for my book when a friend told me about Hermitage Press. I thought, why not give it a shot? I reworked it, submitted it, and here we are. I’m so pleased my debut novel is to be published here in Cornwall and that people will finally have the chance to read it. If you’re looking for a book that’s gritty, funny, hopeful, and full of heart, Fulmar is for you.” Robin Falvey, March 2023. IN THE NEWS! Clare Dwyer is featured in today’s edition of The Herald, when she talks about what inspired her brilliant new collection, ‘Murmurations’.

Happy Publication Day!

Another successful launch party, this time for our children’s author, Scott Jones, and his brilliant new novel, ‘Jack and the Time Machine’.

Thanks to everyone who attended, including the children and families of Camborne!

Pick up your signed, (limited-run) first edition paperback copy via our online shop, Amazon, Waterstones or your local bookshop. Hurry, while stocks last!

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