Martin Edwards

“Harry Devlin” is a series of novels by Martin Edwards,. a British solicitor, critic, and crime novelist. The first novel of the Harry Devlin series was “All the Lonely People” that Edwards published in 1991. His debut title “All the Lonely People” that introduced Henry Devlin the Liverpool lawyer was so successful that it earned critical acclaim and got nominations for several prestigious awards. Some awards include nomination Lake land Book of the Year , the Crime fest eBook Award, 2006 best crime novel at the Theakston Old Peculiar Awards, and the most prestigious the John Creasey Memorial Dagger for his debut.

David Barry

A Welsh actor and novelist known for his role as Frankie Abbott in the sitcom Please Sir! His books are mainly Crime Fiction aimed at adults but he has ventured off into different genres.

Holger Weßling

Holger Weßling is an expert retro enthusiast, author of best-selling guides to consoles and games.

Mel Croucher

A British entrepreneur and video games pioneer. Originally an architect, he moved onto computers and launched his own games company in 1977. He has written many text books and computer manuals over the years.

Pointless Conversations

‘Pointless Conversations’ by Scott Tierney – often described as an hilarious back and forth between two idiots about nothing in particular – spans twelve original comics, along with a host of spin-off companions, ‘Quickie’ conversations, and more. Since their initial release in 2012, these popular comics have been compiled into four compilation editions, each containing three full comics and a host of Quickies, culminating in the hardback ‘Collection Collection’ of every Pointless Conversation to date.