Paul Dickson Books
Paul Dickson is an independent publisher based in the Cathedral Quarter. Paul works with Norfolk writers and has published the following books:
Miracle in Kigali, the story of Illuminee Nganemariya and her son Roger’s survival during the Genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda (1994) and subsequent life in Norwich. A new edition was published in April 2019 to mark the 25th anniversary of the Genocide.
Curly Sheep’s Bad Hair Day and Molly Moo the independent cow, written and illustrated by Sandra Derry; fun books introducing young readers to the countryside and farm life.
A Moment in Time, 50 stories that bring East Anglian history to life, A Place in History, 50 more East Anglian moments in time and Anglian Annals, more moments in time – three books featuring stories from East Anglian history by Peter Sargent.
Ink in my blood, my half century in newspapers, by Neil Haverson; memoirs of working primarily for Eastern Counties Newspapers (latterly Archant), featuring Neil’s favourite columns including the famous ‘Fortress H’ dispatches. Ink in my blood audiobook also available.
On The Edge, a debut thriller by former Norfolk GP, Tony Ashman.
All the books can be bought via my website at Allthingsnorfolk.com or Amazon.