Hello! The books you have found on this website are a few of the select titles published by Kronos Publishing, London. As a boutique publisher without the marketing budget of the big publishing houses word of mouth has played a major part in introducing Loss and Ted along with the other poetry books on this site to new readers around the world. That’s why when you purchase any of the books on kindle or in paperback we will send you a signed copy of one of the other books. Postage paid, the covers are in an exclusive matt finish and each book comes with a limited edition watercolour book card. It’s a great way to start your collection or perhaps give as a gift to someone special.
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