Showing posts from March, 2012

Shouting it out loud... Mammograms Save Lives!!!

One woman's story, for the benefit of many! ‘Mammograms Saves Lives’ has been featured on the home pages of the following community websites in the Surrey area of England, United Kingdom. Ascot Village Virginia Water Sunningdale Chertsey Egham Addlestone Camberley Avril Saunders is the author of Chasin’ That Carrot and the newly released book 'Mammograms Save Lives' Profits from book sales will be donated to Breast Cancer Research and McMillan Nurses. These are both very dedicated, worthy cancer charities and they need every penny. ...

Book Savvy Spotlight on Jeremy Lousada

Bringing you exclusive interviews with authors featured in the Book Savvy Newsletter. Our Guest is Jeremy Lousada * Enjoy the interview. Q1.  Can you tell us about yourself and your book 'Two Dachshunds at Troy'? I'm seventy, have been married for forty two years; have never not owned a dog and love boats and water. The book is the true-life story of two of my dogs and their travels, making, of course some allowances, for occasions on which we might have misinterpreted each other. Q2. What inspired you to write 'Two Dachshunds at Troy'? Love. Some famous author once said that anyone who writes a book does so to make money (and by inference to get it published). This book was the exception. I wrote it as a present for my wife and because I wanted to do it while events were fresh in my mind. I never tried to publish it until re-reading it some years later I thought it might be enjoyed by others who have loved a dog. Q3. What emotion do you seek to evoke in yo

The People's Book Prize 2012 SPRING Collection

'OTOLI' and 'Two Little Dicky Birds' are in The People's Book Prize 2012 SPRING Collection. Voting is open to all Readers and the general public. TPBP Link for 'OTOLI' TPBP Link for 'Two Little Dicky Birds' The public has almost 3 months to vote for your title: until 20th May 2012. The 3 authors with the most votes in the category will become finalists. Voting will then take place from 21st May for the public to choose the overall winners who will be announced at the 3rd Award Ceremony of The People’s Book Prize on 30th May 2012. The People's Book Prize is the unique democratic Book Prize voted exclusively by the public so it is the public who choose Britain's Next Bestsellers. Its goals are to discover new and unknown works, eradicate illiteracy and support reading uniting the community as a whole. Supported by Patron Frederick Forsyth CBE the Award consists of prizes in three genres – fiction, non-fiction and children’s

In one moment, their fate was decided

The Derby Telegraph invites readers to submit short stories. Here is a piece by Philip Neale (pen name - Neal James), titled: 'In one moment, their fate was decided' "To his right, standing in front of the teller, was a man clad in black, the gun in his hand pointing straight at the teller's head." MICHAEL O'Reilley was going to apologise to his family. Apologise for all the wasted years he had inflicted upon each of them and somehow beg their forgiveness for the emotional anguish which he had caused. Jennifer, his wife of 22 years, had suffered most over the past three of those, and it was to her that he was now hurrying, heart and mind filled to the brim with remorse and self-loathing for the humiliation which he had heaped upon her during that time... Read entire story at: Derby Telegraph Site © Article and image source - Derby Telegraph Neal James is the author of four books: 'A Ticket to Tewkesbury' , 'Short Stories - Volume