Beachy Books

Beachy Books is an independent book publisher of fiction, non-fiction and children’s books. We offer traditional book publishing for authors in the UK, including Isle of Wight, Hampshire, Kent, East Sussex and the South East. Beachy Books is a member of the Independent Publishers Guild (IPG). All of the books on our traditional imprint are printed in the UK. We print in sustainable and ethical print runs and like to have no books pulped or wasted.

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Sabre Prattling: The Language of the Battlefield

Our latest book – Sabre Prattling: The Language of the Battlefield by Andrew Rigsby is now published. Buying links to various retailers here or order from your local bookshop.

We are delighted to finally publish Sabre Prattling by former Royal Marine and Falklands veteran Andrew Rigsby, and we have already been getting great reviews including this one:

“… Sabre Prattling is as informative as it is entertaining. A real gem of a book. You’ll find yourself learning things you will be dying to tell your friends but, when you do, be careful not to ‘shoot yourself in the foot’ or ‘go over the top’ lest it be ‘open season’ or you end up ‘facing the music’.

If language interests you, be you reader or writer, of if you simply enjoy reading interesting anecdotes, short lessons of history or unusual facts, this is a book for you. Read it, keep it on the bookshelf, delve into it and enjoy it. A great addition to any bookshelf.”

Matt Johnson, crime author and editorial expert at LoveReading

Here’s the blurb…

The English language is liberally populated with idioms, similes and metaphors associated with firearms and conflict going back to the 14th Century. Today we use descriptive conversational terminology that can be directly attributed to weapons and the mechanics of war and their application, perhaps not always realising what we are actually referring to. This guide from former Royal Marine, Andrew Rigsby, explains all.

Fancy a copy? Have a flick through the real book and then select the cover image below to view the book page with buying links:

A first flick through Sabre Prattling: The Language of the Battlefield
Sabre Prattling: The Language of the Battlefield – Paperback Cover

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