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Hello! My name is Charles Waterford and I create puzzle books. Actually, my grandchildren help out too, so to be fair, it's really a collaborative effort. As a company, we call ourselves Purple Rose Puzzles. We're still new at this, but we think our puzzles are pretty good and the feedback we've gotten so far tells us we are on the right track.

Over the past year, we've published a total of 52 word search puzzle books. To celebrate this milestone, we created a few webpages so people can easily browse our books in one place. We invite you to take a look. You'll see we already have quite a selection.

As a way of saying thanks to our customers for a successful first year, we've also put together a bunch of word search puzzles they – or anyone – can print out for free. By 'a bunch' we mean over 1,300. And we plan to post even more free puzzles from this point on whenever we add books to our library.

So far we've only made word search puzzles, but we plan to expand into different types of puzzles sometime soon. We'll certainly let you know when we do.

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Charles Waterford was a K–12 school teacher for over 30 years. Retired and widowed, Charles now enjoys spending time with his grandchildren. He is happy to report they also love word games, and are always eager to help their grandfather make puzzle books whenever they can.

A fresh voice in game book publishing, Charles Waterford is committed to bringing you the finest puzzle collections, in the firm belief that top quality means top fun!

All books published by Charles Waterford are printed on thick, non-bleed-through paper, in contrast to the newsprint puzzle books you find in most grocery store checkout aisles. They make perfect gifts for the puzzle lover in your life.

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