George Mann Publications

The company offers a range of services in design and print, with a specialisation in book production and promotional web sites.

Over 100 books have been designed and produced, most under the George Mann Publications imprint. The books have been produced for individuals, community groups and commercial organisations in English and other languages. Some titles include:
Owslebury Then and Now (Local history) Falling Off a Horse in the Falkland Islands (Autobiography)
Songs of Snails (Poetry) Alfred Waterhouse in Twyford (Local history)
A Millennium of Archdeacons (Winchester Cathedral) Tristan da Cunha: Wartime Invasion (Autobiography)
Llamas Can't Go to London (Children's storybook) Examples of Good Practice in Equine Assisted Therapy 2005 (English & Danish editions) (Social care)
Fernão Lopes - A South Atlantic Robinson Crusoe The Missing Snowflakes (English, Swedish & Norwegian editions) (Children's storybook)
The Dawn of Drug Safety (Medical) Probiotic Allies (Medical)
Dry Fly Memories - Extracts from a Don Diary (Autobiography) At the End of the Day (Autobiography)

Books have been produced for European and North American authors. As few as 5, hand-crafted, leather-bound books have been produced for one client. Other production runs have ranged from tens of copies to thousands of copies. Books have been produced digitally for shorter runs or by litho for longer runs.

Other design and print work includes brochures, prospectuses, advertising material and general print work.

Recent work extends to photographic and video production.

About George Mann

After 30 years working for IBM as a professional programmer, latterly as a software usability specialist, George started his own design and print business in 1993, taking advantage of the combination of his programming and artistic skills at the advent of the internet and web sites. The success of his first book, Mabel's Story led to others.

A key aspect that George brings to a project is his ability to offer suggestions and advice to his clients, often being the first 'cold reader' or 'user' of information. There is also an element of fun.

Quality is an important element of any project, as George's extensive portfolio and range of satisfied clients reflect. Most of George's work has been by recommendation from his clients to others.