Indie Book Day

This day is all about your love for books, and this is what keeps independent publishers (like us) motivated.

Austin Macauley, being part of the indie publishing community, puts its best effort in presenting the readers with excellent titles that are not only rich in experience but are also rich in quality and design.

Unlike most of the publishers, being a 21st century publishing company Austin Macauley believes in putting out the word of authors who have worked hard to come up with a manuscript that they believe:

Can put a smile on people’s face,

Bella the Bee book cover

An article in the West Sussex County Times takes a look at Phil Clarkson’s book ‘Bella the Bee’. In it, the newspaper has admired the unique theme of the book.

The book introduces children to Bella. She is a bee who is having a tough time in her life.

The Creeps book cover

Amy Beatson and her book ‘The Creeps’ were featured in an article that appeared in the Linlithgow Gazette. The article mentioned details about the book and author’s life.

The book explores folklores and old stories. The main characters in the story are three children, Eve, Eric and Sam.

Malcolm Lloyd Dubber author

The author of romance novel ‘Return To Malta’ visited the Bedwas Library recently for a book signing event. Malcolm Lloyd Dubber spent the morning meeting his fans and signing their copies of the book.


“The story was very sweet, and there were a lot of facts included in this fictional tale” said the review of ‘Jimmy The (House) Spider’ by Raymond Davies.

Idea for this Children’s book came about because the author wanted to teach his children and grandchildren about creatures that share their environment. He wanted them to learn how to respect them.

Rebecca Wigston at the Cogenhoe Primary School

Rebecca Wigston, the author of ‘Tommy Wallis, The Knight of the Hollows’ visited the Cogenhoe Primary School, York Ave in Northampton.

She spoke to the children about the adventures of Tommy and distributed copies of her book.

Love in, Air In book cover

Author of fantasy novel ‘Love in, Air In’ was featured on KAZI Book Review with Hopeton Hay on 11th March. D. M. Williams spoke about the story of the book and the way it explores connections between human souls.

Stop Mark Robins book cover

“I really enjoyed it and found it hugely entertaining” said a review of Paul Andrew’s book, ‘Stop Mark Robins’. The book has received positive reviews on different platforms where readers have expressed their appreciation for the novel.

Keturah book cover

Robin Gardner’s novel ‘Keturah’ was featured in the March issue of Grapevine. Published by Austin Macauley, the book has been receiving praise for its theme and storytelling style.

Born in 1935, the author spent time in the RAF. This gave him an opportunity to travel to exotic places like Oman and Cyprus.

Robin Driscoll's book Rough Music

Gerogie Talks Blog hosted International Author Robin Driscoll on its podcast recently. The author of ‘Rough Music’ spoke about his mystery thriller in the interview.


The author of ‘College Girls’, Caitriona Coyle, recently appeared on Dave Lordon Creativity; a YouTube channel that features authors and focuses on creative writing.

She read extracts from her book on the channel.

The plot of the book is a coming of age story of some Irish girls. Readers meet Cathy and a couple of her friends.


Once I Rise’ was the subject of a feature on Redland City Bulletin. Tara Ingham spoke to the publication of her book and the unique idea that led to its creation.

Readers are transported to another world which is filled with people who have died unjustly. A revenant lives in this place and he has a unique ability, he can move between the real world and this one. This gift is utilized in a good way.

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