Tangerine Publications is an international publishing company with a diversity of authors and titles from around the world.
Our books are fascinating, engaging and entertaining. They can take you to faraway worlds or bring you closer to the one you already inhabit. Our books are available in e-book format through Amazon as well as in hard copy.
We are part of a book’s journey from the beginning, working very closely with our writers, helping their work to
gain an international audience. Our in-house marketing and public relations team work around the globe to get your book to where it needs to be and the right people talking about us.
Prabh Mokha qualified as a Chartered Accountant in London over ten years ago, specialising in business development. Since then he has worked with high-profile entities spanning the globe. He now lives with his family and horses in the shadow of the 10,000 acre Lismore Forest, where he indulges his passion for books.
Gayelene Holly has a background as a journalist, including eight years as assistant editor of the Wanganui Chronicle. Currently she works in communications, including web and marketing, for a secondary school. When not at her day job, or coming up with great ideas for the Tangerine team, Gayelene spends time in her side-of-the-hill home with her partner, and dog Grace, and is coming to terms with 'empty-next' syndrome as their daughter is at university this year. Contact Gayelene at firstname.lastname@example.org
Joan Rosier-Jones is a novelist and writing consultant. Her novels include Waiting for Elizabeth, Cast Two Shadows, Voyagers, Mother Tongue and Yes. In 2009 she published her first non-fiction narrative, The Murder of Chow Yat. Joan began her working life as a school teacher and has been teaching creative writing and has mentored adults in writing for 25 years in New Zealand and Australia. She has also written So You Want to Write and Writing Your Family History and runs the writing course for business. Joan has also written a stage play, The Stars go Down. Find out more about Joan on her website http://www.learntowrite.co.nz/.