top of page

about us

how we started –


members of staff


started at home by

craig & ruth morrison

1st book produced: double exposure
by jilly johnson

where we are now –

members of staff

more successful

than ever

part of the digital revolution launch



large office premises

in falkirk, scotland

60,000 titles

and counting

new ideas always
in motion




We became an employee-owned company on 1st August 2018.

The founders and vendors of the company, Craig and Ruth Morrison, chose Employee Ownership as their preferred succession route for several reasons:


• A trade sale, particularly to an overseas buyer, would have put jobs at risk – secure employment for staff was a key goal.

• The management team and staff were well placed to  successfully move the business forward, hence the vendors were confident the EO option would succeed.


• EO allowed the vendors to control the process including both the timing of their exit and terms of the share purchase by the Employee Ownership Trust.

Employee ownership is a term for any arrangement in which a company's employees own shares in the company's stock. This concept can take many forms in practice, ranging from simple grants of shares to highly structured plans, and it can serve many different goals.

read more
gdpr policy

Our GDPR policy describes how we as an organisation ensure that we are safeguarding the personal information entrusted to us to allow us carry out our business. The protection of personal information is extremely important.


download our document here

ethos & environmental policy

We are committed to being a responsible organisation by minimising our environmental impact, promoting a positive working environment and being socially responsible in our community.


We’re working to reduce our carbon footprint by focusing on three specific areas: energy consumption, use of paper and distribution.

ecovadis award

We were awarded a coveted Ecovadis Bronze Award in 2022 & 2023 as part of our work within our ethos & environment policy.


Have you ever wanted to publish your own book? Visit our self-publishing information page to find out more.

e-classics collection

Have you ever wanted to read a Scottish literary classic to find it is no longer in print? Visit the e-classics collection to find out more.

bottom of page