Camilla Singh Editing & Publishing

The book you have written is a precious commodity. It is a product of love, labour and creativity. It deserves tender treatment.

We will project manage the publication of your book from start to finish – all you have to do is write it and we will do the rest. We pride ourselves on offering personal service and one-on-one consultations. Quality is very important to us and we will take as much care with your book as we would with our own.

We offer the complete self-publishing suite – editing, layout, blurb, permissions, cover design, ISBN number, liaising with local printers, conversion to ebook, publishing on Amazon.

We can also assist you if you want to go the commercial publisher route – we will edit your manuscript and prepare a publishing proposal.

Latest Reviews

the-vegeratian

Review of ‘The Vegetarian’ by Han Kang, translated from Korean by Deborah Smith

Words that, to me, describe the themes of this story are: visceral, mental, sensual, maniacal, delusional. It’s a book about madness and sexuality. The book comprises three sections. The first, The Vegetarian, is narrated by Mr Cheong, the husband of Yeong-hye (she…

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Review of ‘I am Pandarus’ by Michiel Heyns

I started this book with trepidation as I have never been a scholar of medieval literature and I know very little about Greek mythology, but I was soon caught up in the mercurial storytelling of Michiel Heyns. This is a story in…

the-ministry-pf-utmost-happiness

Review of ‘The Ministry of Utmost Happiness’ by Arundhati Roy

Twenty years ago I went into raptures over The God of Small Things, the 1997 Booker Prize winner by Arundhati Roy. In 2017, like many other hapless bibliophiles, I rushed off to buy my copy of The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by…

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Review of ‘The Schooldays of Jesus’ by JM Coetzee

It’s a quick read, made so by the spare, simple prose. But don’t be deceived by the apparent simplicity of the prose – it’s a veritable minefield of allegory. The story focuses on a young boy, Davíd, and his adoptive parents, Simón…

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