Infinite Ideas – creating inspiring content

We’re Infinite Ideas, an independent, innovative and friendly publisher based in Oxford. We have created thousands of ideas that make a real difference to people’s lives. Our ideas are available as printed books, ebooks and apps and many are also available free on this site.

We specialize in down-to-earth content in all areas of self improvement, from fitness to stress-relief, relationships to career development. To find out more about what we publish click on 'Our content'. If you'd like some inspiring content to enhance your business, find out how we can help by clicking on 'WordGen' under About us.

On this page you'll find our free ebook of the month, along with our blog. We regularly update our blog with thought-provoking ideas and would love to hear what you think.

So read on and enjoy!

Latest news

The rise of the ghost (writers)

10 December 2014 by in Book publishing

So it has emerged that YouTube phenomenon Zoe Sugg (Zoella to her fans) did not in fact write her book, Girl Online herself. She had help from a ghost writer and the Penguin editorial team. We had bets on in the Infinite Ideas office as to whether she had employed a ghost writer and some of us (Catherine) were proved right all along. (Read more)

Spirits distilled by Mark Ridgwell

8 December 2014 by in Wine and spirits

Spirits mock up cover.inddSo you think you know about spirits, do you? Well did you know this:

  • In the 17th century the Governor of Moscow trained a large bear to serve pepper vodka to his guests. If any guest refused their drink, the bear removed their clothes.
  • During the 30-years’ war of the 17th century, the British witnessed Dutch soldiers knocking back shots of genever (gin’s predecessor) before going into battle, eventually describing the habit as taking ‘Dutch courage’.
  • (Read more)

Thanksgiving Thursday

27 November 2014 by in Book publishing

Happy Thanksgiving, American friends! While you’re tucking into your turkey and pumpkin pie, there are many that are bracing themselves for the Black Friday sales. In Britain, we are hardened to the Boxing Day rush and most of us have learnt by now that it really is not worth fighting the hair-pulling, toe-stamping horde of shoppers determined to get the half-price boots in John Lewis we’d been eyeing up since September. (Read more)