Here you will find novels and works of non-fiction published by our current members, along with anthologies which feature their work.

Titles which have been released in a digital only format (For the Kindle for example), can be found on the Ebook page.

Works produced by writers who used to be members of WordWatchers can be found on our Alumni Page.


Charlotte Betts - The Palace of Lost Dreams
Charlotte Betts - The Dressmaker's Secret
Charlotte Betts - The House in Quill Court
Charlotte Betts - The Chateau on the Lake
Charlotte Betts - The Spice Merchant's Wife
Charlotte Betts - The Painter's Apprentice
Charlotte Betts - The Apothecary's Daughter
Abbie Rushton - Consumed
Abbie Rushton - Unspeakable
Debbie Kelly (Smith) - Alonzo and Molly the Mermaid
Debbie Kelly - Alonzo and the Meteorite
Debbie Kelly - Alonzo and the All-Eyed Monster
Pam Pheasant - Auntie Pru's Legacy
Pam Pheasant - The Grotto House
John Potter - Chasing Innocence
WordWatchers - Out of Time
Abbie Todd - Undiscovered Voices 2010
Charlotte Betts - Loves Me, Loves Me Not
John Hoggard - The Forge: Fire and Ice
John Hoggard - 666
John Hoggard - Synthesis
John Hoggard - Fusion (Baby Babble)

The Palace of Lost Dreams

Charlotte Betts, 7th Novel has been shortlisted for the RNA 2019 'Best Historical Romantic Novel'.

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‘Forging ahead…’

The ForgeWW member John Hoggard's short story 'Elemental Sacrifice' features in the Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthology 'The Forge: Fire and Ice', which was released in July 2019.

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Creative Writing Escapes

CWECreative Writing Escapes

WW member Charlotte Betts and former member Danielle Auld have something wonderful to offer you.

Cleared for launch!

Elite Encounters Elite Encounters is a Role-Playing Game set in the Elite: Dangerous Universe and is the work of David 'Selezen Lake' Hughes. It features drabbles from John Hoggard.

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How to survive a critique


WordWatchers is reviewing one full novel a month. By the end of 2017, it will have critiqued 7 novels. 5yrs after she wrote it, Abbie's blog about the process is still very relevant.

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