Publisher info

Words'n'Music is an umbrella company for a number of freelancers who either work in the field of words or music.

Services we offer include:
Words: writing, proofreading, typing - both copy and audio, virtual admin, editing, online publishing and formatting for ebooks.

Music: composing, computer type-setting and teaching - both practical and theory.

Our publishing arm has so far edited and published four ebooks.

Check out our facebook page for further information about the books we have published including photographs of Torquay locations, the Cave and historical artifacts from Time Watchers: The Greatest of These.

Where to find Words'n'Music online

Twitter: @Robsia
Facebook: Facebook profile

Publisher of

Money Can't Buy Me Love
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 134,010. Language: English. Published: September 22, 2015 by Words'n'Music. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Before Linzi Hughes won the Lottery, her only problem was trying to lose some weight for her best friend’s wedding so she didn’t look quite so much like a giant purple heifer in her bridesmaid’s dress.
The Magic Wand Adventure (A Keltie Wood story)
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,790. Language: English. Published: March 18, 2011 by Words'n'Music. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
Polly Hedgehog and her twin brother and sister are going to Mrs Squirrel's school one morning when they find a lost and scared magic wand. Can they reunite it with its fairy owner before the goblins catch up with them? Not if Walter Weasel has anything to do with it they can't. But the wand has its own special way of looking after itself and Walter Weasel has a scare coming he won't forget!
River Adventure (A Keltie Wood story)
Price: Free! Words: 3,350. Language: English. Published: March 16, 2011 by Words'n'Music. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
Polly, Pepper and Fred are three young hedgehogs that live in Keltie Wood, home to a community of animals. It was meant to be a perfect picnic on the first nice day of the summer holidays, but Polly and her younger brother and sister had reckoned without the interference of naughty Walter Weasel. What was meant to be a relaxing day out turns into quite an adventure, especially for poor Fred.
Time Watchers: The Greatest of These
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 141,840. Language: English. Published: March 10, 2011 by Words'n'Music. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Robert, a keen young time-travelling historian from the year 2361 AD, is out of his depth. His mission is to spend six weeks learning about a community of Mesolithic humans living near ancient Kents Cavern. Dropped into a world of violence, rape, ugly death and harsh retribution, six weeks suddenly seems like a very long time.

Words'n'Music's tag cloud

adventure    blackpool    celebrity    cheshire    childrens    devon    fairy    forest    fred    future    hedgehogs    keltie    kents cavern    lottery    magic    mesolithic    pepper    polly    river    romance    running    science fiction    stone age    time travel    time watchers    torquay    wand    weasel    wood   

Smashwords book reviews by Words'n'Music

  • Gerry Tales: How I Lived Happily Ever After, Despite Stabbing Myself in the Back, Scalding My Cojones, and Really Pissing Off My Wife During Childbirth on March 23, 2011

    For the most part, this book was excellently and humorously written. I laughed out loud throughout, provoking odd looks from my husband and daughters who kept asking what I was laughing at. I give it 4 stars out of 5 as there is a chunk in the middle taken up with detailed descriptions of the author's sons' achievements in their school basketball and baseball games. As an almost 40-year-old English lady, I have little idea about and less interest in the aforementioned sports so I found that section rather dull - sorry! But once through that there are still some gems and a heart-stopping moment on the other side so it is well worth reading. And if you like basketball and baseball, so much the better!
  • Death by Chocolate on April 11, 2011

    I thought this book was great. Written in a very readable narrative style, although I would make a tiny suggestion that it be formatted right-justified as it makes for easier reading on smaller devices such as iPhones. However, once my eyes adjusted to the formatting, the storyline was excellent, compelling and interesting. The characters are lovable - or hatable, as appropriate - and Lindsay is a fantastically strong and well-drawn character.
  • My Life as a Sex-o-Gram: Book One on July 10, 2011

    I wasn't expecting it to be quite so saucy, but wow this packs a punch!! Very sexy and excellently-written, Nikki gives us tale after no-holds-barred tale of naughty, sexy, shocking episodes in her unusual life. More please!!