|How is everyone in their bubble this Easter? We hope you are all staying safe, and staying at home at this time. With the fine weather, it’s wonderful to sit outside and read, or get some exercise but stay local. |
We are still taking online orders through our website, but will not be able to post them to you until we come out of Level-4 and the NZ Post shops open again.
As the daily numbers lower, it looks as if containment of Covid-19 is working and we anticipate some relaxation in the current restrictions as we move to Level-3, but we are still waiting to hear what that entails.
Meanwhile – Kia Kaha – stay home and let us know how your reading is going.
E-book Novels from NZ Authors and NZ Publishers |
Rangitawa Publishing Facebook
Books on Amazon/Kindle
Between Two Worlds
Merely a Girl
A Distant Belonging
The Youngest Son
Cat Connor – Crime thriller author website
Where to buy the books and what not.Carne Maxwell Author Facebook
Carne Maxwell website for e-books
On Amazon/kindle – The ContestBAM Press Wellington Facebook
BAM Press website
Books on Amazon/kindle
Go Gayle Go
|Through facebook we have found NZ author/publisher shares for their e-books and video readings|
Just because we can’t send out physical books of these books, that shouldn’t stop you from reading these wonderful stories.
Spies Publishing – Ben reads his story in Toitoi: A Journal for Young Writers and Artists
Victoria University Press have a free ebook – The VUP Home Reader download from FB or the webstore
Short Stories – on Amazon/kindle
Moonlotus Tea: A Science Fiction Short Story by Peril Lloyd
Musings, Mournings, and Misadventures: A collection of short stories and poems by Stacey Broadbent
‘Morning Report: All Blacks Lose to Australia. Should We Panic?: A Zombie Story’ by Hamish Trolove.
Amazon/kindle or on Smashwords
Lost Angels (A Nettie’s Knit Shop Short Story) by CB Landy
Please note: The shop is currently closed due to Current COVID-19 Alert Level 4.
Books can be purchased online but will not be posted until the Alert Level lowers and NZ Post shops open again.