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Due to circumstances beyond out control, the Etsy store is down this weekend. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes, however if you do want to place a direct order with Mightier Than the Sword UK, you still can!

When it comes to digital books these are the current titles we are offering in .mobi and .epub format. When you order, please ensure you specify which ereader you use so that we can furnish you with the appropriate format.

eBooks

The Mysteries of Stickleback Hollow

A Thief in Stickleback Hollow – £1.80

The Children of Ribe

FATE – £1.80

WAR – £1.80

WIFRITH – £1.80

DOUBT – £1.80

SKANE – £1.80

SHIPWRECKED – £1.80

FEAR  – £1.80

HOME – £1.80

The Chronicles of Celadmore

Rising Empire: Part 1  – £2.39

Rising Empire: Part 2  – £2.39

Rising Empire: Part 3  – £2.39

Rising Empire Trilogy – £4.50

Shroud of Darkness  – £2.39

Lady of Fire  – £2.39

End of Days  – £2.39

Shroud of Darkness Trilogy – £4.50

Nicolette Mace: the Raven Siren

Beginnings  – £2.39

Kevin Metis Saga  – £2.39

Derek Long Saga  – £2.39

Filling the Afterlife from the Underworld: Volume 1 – £1

Filling the Afterlife from the Underworld: Volume 2 – £1

Filling the Afterlife from the Underworld: Volume 3 – £1

Filling the Afterlife from the Underworld: The Case of Mrs. Weldon – £1

Filling the Afterlife from the Underworld: Hunting the Priest Killer – £1

Filling the Afterlife from the Underworld: Murder in the First – £1

Filling the Afterlife from the Underworld: Sabrina – £1

Tales of Ragaris

We Do Not Kill Children – £2.39

Michael Morgan Books

In Exchange  – £2.39

Others

Brothers – £2.39

Paperbacks and Other Merchandise

The following paperbacks and other merchandise items are available direct from us. To order any of these books or merchandise items, please email office@mightierthanthesworduk.com with the subject heading: Direct Order. Include your name, the items you want to purchase and a delivery address. Our web gremlins will send an invoice from our paypal account to your email and once it has been paid, your order will be processed. We apologise for the long winded process, but it is only temporary.

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Order the paperback of A Thief in Stickleback Hollow, by C.S. Woolley for just £6.99 in paperback with free UK delivery  – the perfect gift for Mother’s Day

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Order the paperback of All Hallows’ Eve in Stickleback Hollow, the latest release from C.S. Woolley for just £6.99 in paperback with free UK delivery – the perfect gift for Mother’s Day

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Order the paperback of Brothers, the debut novel from Marlena R. Smith for just £13.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Pre-Order Wyrd, Book 1 in the Children of Snotingas series for just £5.99 including free UK delivery. Due for release on 3rd April 2017

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Order Rising Empire: Part 1, book 1 in the Chronicles of Celadmore series, by C.S. Woolley for £11.99 with free UK delivery

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Order Rising Empire: Part 2, book 2 in the Chronicles of Celadmore series, by C.S. Woolley for £11.99 with free UK delivery

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Order Rising Empire: Part 3, book 3 in the Chronicles of Celadmore series, by C.S. Woolley for £11.99 with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of the Rising Empire Trilogy by C.S. Woolley for just £21.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order Shroud of Darkness, book 4 in the Chronicles of Celadmore series, by C.S. Woolley for £11.99 with free UK delivery

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Order Lady of Fire, book 5 in the Chronicles of Celadmore series, by C.S. Woolley for £11.99 with free UK delivery

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Order End of Days, book 6 in the Chronicles of Celadmore series, by C.S. Woolley for £11.99 with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of the Shroud of Darkness Trilogy by C.S. Woolley for just £21.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order In Exchange, Book 1 in the Michael Morgan series by Steven M. Caddy for £11.99 including free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of Beginnings, Book 1 in the Nicolette Mace: the Raven Siren series by C.S. Woolley for just £11.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order your copy of The Kevin Metis Saga, Book 2 in the Nicolette Mace: the Raven Siren series by C.S. Woolley, for just £6.99 including free UK delivery

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Order your copy of The Derek Long Saga, Book 2 in the Nicolette Mace: the Raven Siren series by C.S. Woolley, for just £6.99 including free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of We Do Not Kill Children, the debit novel from Penelope Wallace and the first book in the Tales of Ragaris series for just £13.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of Fate, Book 1 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of War, Book 2 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of Wifrith, Book 3 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery.

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Order the paperback of Doubt Book 4 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of Skane, Book 5 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of Shipwrecked Book 6 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of Fear Book 7 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order the paperback of Home, Book 8 in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £5.99 in paperback with free UK delivery

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Order your copy of the Arm Rings of Yngvar Collection – all 8 stories from the first story arc in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley. Includes FATE, WAR, WIFRITH, DOUBT, SKANE, SHIPWRECKED, FEAR and HOME for only £35.99 including free UK delivery

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Order your very own boom gift set! Book gift sets are available for the following books and each includes a paperback copy of the book, a digital download card and an A3 poster from the series. The Chronicles of Celadmore gift sets also include two postcards. All gift sets come with free UK delivery. Rising Empire: Part 1 Gift Set – £14.95, Rising Empire: Part 2 Gift Set – £14.95, Rising Empire: Part 3 Gift Set – £14.95, Rising Empire Trilogy Gift Set – £27.95, Shroud of Darkness Gift Set – £14.95, Lady of Fire Gift Set – £14.95, End of Days Gift Set – £14.95, Shroud of Darkness Trilogy Gift Set – £27.95, Beginnings Gift Set – £14.95, Kevin Metis Saga Gift Set – £14.95, Derek Long Saga Gift Set – £14.95, FATE Gift Set – £11.95, WAR Gift Set – £11.95, WIFRITH Gift Set – £11.95, DOUBT Gift Set – £11.95, SKANE Gift Set – £11.95, SHIPWRECKED Gift Set – £11.95, FEAR Gift Set – £11.95, HOME Gift Set – £11.95, Arm Ring of Yngvar Gift Set – £41.99

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Get all 8 paperbacks in the Children of Ribe series by C.S. Woolley for just £45 including free UK delivery.

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Get your very own Arm Ring of Yngvar, specially crafted for our store by the talented Jelling Dragon Bronzesmiths. Yours in bronze for just £40 including free UK delivery. The twisted arm rings are finished with dragons, wolves, Odin’s ravens and Thor’s hammer. Each arm ring corresponds to one of the arm rings in the Children of Ribe books. If you want to purchase an arm ring and one of the titles, you can do this for £45 including free UK delivery and a download link for a digital copy of the chosen book as well.

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Get your own arm ring of Yngvar with this Viking Longship crafted for us by Jelling Dragon. This arm ring corresponds to the arm ring found in shipwrecked and is £45 on its own or £50 if you want to order the Shipwrecked gift set that includes the arm ring, a paperback copy of Shipwrecked and a download code for a digital copy of Shipwrecked.

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Get your very own arm ring of Yngvar crafted in pewter and finished with two wolf heads for only £35 including free UK delivery.

To order any of these books or merchandise items, please email office@mightierthanthesworduk.com with the subject heading: Direct Order. Include your name, the items you want to purchase and a delivery address. Our web gremlins will send an invoice from our paypal account to your email and once it has been paid, your order will be processed. We apologise for the long winded process, but it is only temporary.

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Excited for the launch of In Exchange? We are too! As a special treat, here is an exclusive sneak peek!

 

IN EXCHANGE EBOOKfb sizeMichael somersaulted to turn around, and flew effortlessly through the hatch, back into the space station’s core. Peter had a bit of a job keeping up with him.
“Here at the back of the space station is the galley. The mission planners set the menus I’m afraid. Until a few years ago, we could choose what we wanted to eat, but we found that we were eating the same three things all the time, and after a month there was only stuff that we didn’t like. It made the following two months, until the next supply mission arrived, rather dull,” Michael explained, “or rather, even more dull than it usually is. I’m sorry, Peter, it’s better than what we had on the capsule, but it’s not a patch on what you get on the surface.”
Peter turned and looked down the length of the space station.
“It’s quite a lot larger than I thought it’d be,” Peter commented.
“Lots of people say that. There’s plenty of room to move about. With you aboard, there are eleven people here. You’ll find that most of the time, people are working, but the crew do get rest days in a rotation pattern. Most of the crew here at the moment are quite quiet, but we’ve had crew members bring musical instruments aboard. Other people bring other personal things here. Someone left a yo-yo here a few years ago, which was great fun, until someone lost control of it, and it broke a laptop computer.”
“Oh dear.”
“Yeah. Luckily it wasn’t me. I wouldn’t want to explain that one to mission control.”
Peter laughed, imagining an out of control yo-yo hurtling down the space station.
“What you’re looking down now is known as the core,” Michael explained, “It comprises of six six-port nodes that are all permanently docked end to end with each other. I say permanently, but I guess they could be split up. There are hatches stowed at the junctions, so that we can seal off a part of the space station if we need to. We did that once when we had a reduced crew for a while – to save power by heating less volume I guess.”
“How many crew members are there normally?” Peter asked.
“Well, there are eight labs, each of which has two sleeping compartments. So we could have up to sixteen people here. But there are only five docking ports for return modules, and each of those modules can take three people, so the limit is really fifteen. Normally, there’s about twelve, but it does vary.”
“Right.”
“I’d better explain the layout a bit. This rear node is obviously set up as a galley, but the exercise equipment that we use is also stowed in the racks here. It can get a little cluttered and busy sometimes. The forward and aft nodes each have an airlock on the side facing away from Earth, what you might call ‘up’. As you can see, we’re using this rear one for extra storage at the moment to reduce the clutter. I sometimes eat in there to keep out of the way.”
“Do you do many space walks?”
“I don’t. I’ve never done one. There’s no need. Other crew members do an EVA, an ‘extra vehicular activity’, every six weeks or so, usually to perform regular maintenance, or do some experiment that requires exposure to space.”
“Right.”
“Now, where did I get to?”
“Sorry, I’m asking too many questions. You were talking about the six nodes forming the core,” Peter recalled.
“Ah, yes. We refer to the faces of the nodes as fore, aft, port, starboard, Earth facing, and out facing. I don’t generally talk about ‘up’ and ‘down’, because without gravity, they don’t have a clear meaning.”
Peter nodded, listening intently.
“The Earth facing ports are normally used for the return and resupply modules, apart from the aft-most node, where we have this observation module.”
“Ooh!” Peter hadn’t noticed the module below his feet, which had many shuttered windows, “Why are all the shutters closed?”
“No idea,” Michael shrugged, “You can open the shutters and spend hours watching the world go by in there.”
“Literally. I wish I’d brought a camera with me.”
“There are station cameras that you can use. We’ve got one with a massive zoom lens, which is what I used to take the pictures I sent to you a few weeks ago.”
Those few weeks seemed like years ago to Peter, as he thought back to the images he’d been emailed.
“I said there were eight labs. They are on the port and starboard, left and right, hatches off the centre four nodes of the core. The laboratories on the right have odd numbers, the ones on the left have even numbers. Normally one or two crew members live and work in each lab. Lab one, which is the one that’s on the right, furthest away from us, is normally left unassigned, and we use it for meetings, video conferences, and tasks that need a little more room.”
“Like swinging a yo-yo?”
Michael laughed, “Yeah.”
“So who is in which lab at the moment?” Peter asked.
“If no one has moved since I was last here, Dave Jameson is in lab two, he’s here to study the effects of weightlessness on sleep. Possibly something to do with Max, he seems to have trouble sleeping in the weightlessness environment. Lab three is home to Wayland Harlow and Josh Eldridge. They’re veteran astronauts. Few people have spent as much time in orbit as I have, and those guys head the list of regular astronauts with most time in space. I can’t remember what they’re here to do. They seem to spend a lot of time cracking bad jokes.”

In Exchange is currently available for pre-order for Smashwords, iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Kindle readers, priced at $2.99, and will be officially launched on 12th April 2016.

IN EXCHANGE EBOOKfb sizeWe know it well from the great works of science fiction that are present in literature, on the small screen and the silver screen as well as the real world explorations of men and women like Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Tim Peake, Yuri Gagarin, Alfred WordenValentina Tereshkova, Alexei Leonov, Bruce McCandless and Jim Lovell, so we, at Mightier Than the Sword UK, are thrilled to announce another addition to the genre of science fiction – In Exchange.

Written by Steven M. Caddy, In Exchange is the story of Michael Morgan, the first person to be born in space and a boy that has never visited earth before. A book that is aimed at children from the age of 9 and upwards, this is a story that certainly had everyone in the office dreaming of what it would be like to live in space, much like Major Tim Peake is currently doing.

Steven M. Caddy has a passion for science and space. Whilst writing In Exchange, he attended a lecture given by, the one and only, Alfred Worden. There is a small section of the story that comes straight from Worden’s experience as part of the Apollo 15 crew. The jolt that is experienced during space flight is something he spoke of and Max’s line “Oh yeah, I probably should have warned you about that” is something that Commander David Scott of the Apollo 15 mission said to Worden.

In Exchange is currently available for pre-order for Smashwords, iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Kindle readers, priced at $2.99, and will be officially launched on 12th April 2016.