Publishing a book is a journey, and at Nordland we understand that. When you sign a contract with Nordland Publishing, you do not just become one of our authors, you become our partner and we take that journey together.

 

We have a very interactive process when it comes to developing any new release, and our partners’ voice is very important. It is not just about the words on the page, but the look and feel of the book itself, the timing of its release and the appropriate way to market it. These are as individual as our partners themselves.

 

We listen. We care. We find the best solution. If you are ready to publish, send us an email. You are guaranteed feedback, so what do you have to lose? Maybe it’s time for you to join the Nordland Family.

Martin Baker

Born in Liverpool, Martin Baker earned his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Bradford in 1983 and completed three years’ postgraduate research at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. Despite this academic background, Martin had no practical experience and little relevant knowledge of mental illness until a chance encounter online in 2011 brought enlightenment—and a new friend.

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Michael Baker

Michael Baker is a novelist from the northern town of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Having grown up steeped in the mysticism of his own fantasy world, it inevitably took shape in the written word with the “Counterbalance” series. “The Thousand Scars” is Michael’s first novel, and is also the first of an epic trilogy that will set Baker firmly on the map as one of England’s premier fantasy writers.

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Kelly Evans

Kelly Evans is a Canadian writer, with a passion for History, Horror and happily for us, writing. Kelly’s first novel with Nordland is “The Northern Queen,” an epic tale of love between one of the most enigmatic men the Viking world ever produced, Canute the Great, and his Pagan wife, Aelfgifu.

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Nat Hall

Nat Hall is a Norman-born, Shetland-based poet and visual artist, educated on French and British shores at Aix-en-Provence and Oxford. France is a long way from the Shetland Isles, yet Nat feels very much at home there. The rugged wilds of 60 degrees north have provided her with the inspiration for her first collection of solo poetry, Compass Head, which will be published as part of the Songs of the North series.

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Fran Houston

After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1991, Fran Houston worked as a highly successful electrical engineer in controls design until she was overtaken by illness. She was diagnosed with major depression in 1994 and with bipolar disorder in 2003. She also has chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME) and fibromyalgia.

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Michelle E. Lowe

Veteran Author Michelle E. Lowe lives in southern California, where she keeps herself busy raising two girls and playing momma to October, an eighteen year old calico cat. Michelle’s a nerd at heart and enjoys watching old science fiction, fantasy and horror movies. She is the Author of The Warning, Atlantic Pyramid and Cherished Thief. Michelle has also written children’s books, Poe’s Haunted House Tour, and the three part adventure children’s series, The Hex Hunt.

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Annetta Lucero

Born on May 14, 1967, in Thousand Oaks, California, Annetta Lucero went on to become a world-class athlete, setting numerous world records and blazing a trail in the misunderstood sport of competitive baton twirling. She is referred to as a living legend in her sport.

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Katie Metcalfe

Katie is a professional blogger, writer and poet from the North of England. She has been with Nordland since its conception, where she has published several E-Zines, as well as her collection of poetry as part of the Songs of the North series.

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Andrew James Murray

Andrew James Murray is from the United Kingdom, specifically Manchester. He came to our attention with the first of the Northlore Series – Folklore. His story, Myling, grabbed us and we jokingly asked him when he would have a novel finished. He sent us a chapbook instead. Well, not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, we read it, loved it, and plan to publish it as part of Songs of the North.

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