Osier Publishing

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Independent publisher with a focus on ebooks, especially fiction with an emphasis on fantasy, magic, the out of the ordinary and spaceships!

Open to suggestions, flexible and willing to work with new, talented authors.

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The Map and The Stone
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Series: Portal. Price: $3.45 USD. Words: 48,490. Language: English. Published: July 31, 2010 by Osier Publishing. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
(4.00)
Rhys is ten years old and he lives, with his mum, in a tiny house on a council estate. Rhys is called a day-dreamer by his teacher at school, and he's always staying behind to finish his work. But, out of the corner of his eye, Rhys can see something moving, in the trees, in the hedges, and then... There's a Darkling on his bed, and it needs his help.
The Portal Between
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Series: Portal. Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 83,160. Language: English. Published: June 8, 2009 by Osier Publishing. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
(3.50)
Book One in the Portal Series. Sam has been missing for two years and Kate has coped without her. Suddenly in a flurry of magic, Sam is back but what is following her? Can she stay this time and how much does Lily actually know?


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darkling    ethics trading    fantasy    magic    nexus    oak tree    pagan    paganism    portal    portal series    portal sundered    rhys    samhain    sarah barnard    solstice    the map and the stone    witches   

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  • Rock Harder on May 27, 2013

    Well written, believable, real characters bring this book to life. You’ll wonder what Zoe is going to do next, and she’ll surprise you, but you’ll be rooting for her while flinching at some of the choices she makes. The narrative style draws you in until you feel like you’re a fly on the wall, eagerly scanning to the end of each page to find out what happens next. If you are averse to strong language or a bit of raunchiness then best leave this one alone. If that’s fine within the context of the story, and actually, the characters wouldn’t be real without it, then you’ll love the realism. Overall, highly recommended, a good read.
  • Rock Harder on May 27, 2013

    Well written, believable, real characters bring this book to life. You’ll wonder what Zoe is going to do next, and she’ll surprise you, but you’ll be rooting for her while flinching at some of the choices she makes. The narrative style draws you in until you feel like you’re a fly on the wall, eagerly scanning to the end of each page to find out what happens next. If you are averse to strong language or a bit of raunchiness then best leave this one alone. If that’s fine within the context of the story, and actually, the characters wouldn’t be real without it, then you’ll love the realism. Overall, highly recommended, a good read.
  • How Katie Pulled Boris. on Aug. 23, 2013

    How Katie Pulled Boris is a light, fun, anecdotal account of a couple's adventures acquiring and then driving a huge (by UK standards) American style motor home on a journey through Europe. The routes they take are easily followed if you want to track their journey. The pitfalls they face are fascinating if you want to try to do the same. But the way the whole tale is told is familiar, as if you were sitting at a friend's house, laughing at their exploits over a bottle, or two, of good wine. By the end of the book you'll feel like you know Keith and his wife, Gail - although you may find them more like the friends or relatives who provide the entertainment at dinner parties with their stories, in a good way, everyone will be amused. If you want deep and meaningful then look elsewhere. If you want light, fun and a bit of a giggle, then this one could be for you. It's entertaining, it's real and well worth a read.