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Mohican Reborn by Simon Marcus Caines

Written as an autobiography with a difference, Mohican Reborn is a Candy Jar New Talent release. Specially selected as an example of audacious storytelling, the book tells the story of Simon’s Native American alter ego, Arion, who with an uncanny ability to talk to animals, witnesses the death and devastation brought about by the white man, and ultimately becomes one of the greatest swordsmen in pre-revolutionary France. In order to survive, Arion is tested to his limits adapting to rapidly changing events – with beliefs very different, and often at odds, with his own.

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About the Author

Aware of his past life from an early age, Simon sought spiritual awareness through both internal and external Martial Arts disciplines. He also developed a passion for running, which he would often do barefoot, evoking memories of his past life as the Mohican Brave 'Arion'.

At the age of 17 Simon trained as a nurse before changing course in his late
20s to enroll in art college where, moved by a lifelong passion with aesthetics and, in particular, the Italian Renaissance, he graduated to become a Fresco artist.

Simon continues to write, currently working on a second book in which he further explores the fascinating world of astral projection, hypnotism and reincarnation.

Danny Down the Drainpipe by Lynda Nash

Danny Down the Drainpipe is a new picture book with quirky text by Lynda Nash and bright, cheerful illustrations by Carie Martyn.

When Danny's mother makes him get in the bath he's not a happy chappy. But little does he know he's about to go on an adventure of a lifetime! Danny's adventure takes him down the drainpipe and out to sea, where he follows the rain cycle.

Suitable for children aged 3 - 7 years.

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About the Author

Lynda teaches GCSE English and Creative Writing. Her work has been published in various magazines, including Penumbra, Square, First Edition and Mslexia. She contributes to Buzz Magazine and runs Little Writers Inc - a Newport-based writing group for budding authors. Danny Down the Drainpipe is her first book for children.

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