Puddletown Publishing Group is a hybrid publisher in that we provide the services of a traditional publisher at no cost to our authors. We pay great royalties, and edit, convert, market, and assist our authors in many ways. We publish only e-books with a POD option. We love working with new and emerging authors and bringing the out-of-print backlists of established authors back to life. We work with agented and unagented writers. Check out the new model of publishing at Puddletown.
While his father fights with the Colonial forces against the British up and down the length of Lake Champlain, young Caleb Clark finds himself thrust into an unlikely friendship that will change his life - and alter the course of history.
Eric used to think he'd live forever, but not any more. Now football season is about to start, and Eric hopes he can live life normally again after the death of his father. He doesn't yet realize that he is angry with his father for dying.
It takes a special relationship with Glynnie, a new friend to see that the only way to get through his grief is by grieving.
The Thon Academy of Higher Magic will make Sanna a Sorceress, if she can just learn to conform. Her talents lie in the fiber arts - knitting waterproof socks and self-heating mittens. She angers a rogue sorcerer, and rescues a handsome prince who wants to marry her. Will she choose love, or magic? Pattern for Makeshift Moebius scarf included.
When Stuart, Rachel’s husband, joins the volunteer cavalry, she will have to find the grit and determination to survive on the small Illinois farm. What she doesn’t expect is to fall in love with Jared Westbrook, a handsome neighbor. United in war, the two men are divided by love for the same woman. Who will Rachel choose? Or will the war itself make the decision for her?
Three young environmentalists kidnap the Secretary of the Interior and take her to the Pacific Northwest woods to reeducate her, in the belief that when she returns to D.C., she will begin making correct, informed decisions for the land.
Erik has lost everything: her job, her lover, her father, and now her cousin is missing. Ashley is fourteen and her parents think she and a friend have been kidnapped. The police don't agree. With the help of Ashley's therapist, Dr. Liz Gearhart, Erik sets out to find her cousin. Only one problem: Liz is blind. Erik and Liz face their fears and find each other while searching the wilds of Oregon.