The first book of young author, Nathaniel G. Sands, ‘The Event Horizon’, makes a mark and gets a praising article on Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News. The book is a post-apocalyptic satire with a blend of poetry.
Charles Zammit finally gets rewarded for his perseverance of 40 years. Charles, had been turning his ideas into stories but never wanted them to be published. Until the idea of ‘Reckless’ struck his mind. A thriller, portraying a treacherous journey of a family from Bali, Indonesia, back to Australia.
Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group is a leading cancer charity and is involved in the treatment and care of children with cancer. Over the last 40 years, CCLG has been instrumental in improving the survival rates and standards of care for children. Over 80% of children who are diagnosed with cancer now survive.
Cats and dogs have always been the favourite choice for people regarding pets. The playful behaviour, innocence, the occasional purr, wagging tails and loyalty makes them irresistible.
It hurts to see these pure souls not been taken proper care of and for this reason ‘Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’ has taken an initiative to rescue and rehome, stray and homeless cats and dogs. In operation since 1860, it is one of the UK's oldest and most famous animal rescue centres. The organization is known to take care for over 7000 dogs and cats, every year.
Sam Joyson-Cardy breaks all the barriers while creating this tense, action packed thriller full of suspense, which has resulted in making, Breaking Point, a great hit. For this specific reason, the book has managed to get a high four-star review on Goodreads.
A famous news and current affairs website, ABC news, covers Dewi Anggraeni’s powerful and engaging but agonising story, My Pain, My Country. Story about an unforgettable national scandal in Indonesia. The 276-page novel, covers all the chaotic events that took place almost 20 years ago.
Belfast Live features a story on Liam Kelly, the author of children’s book, Worried William. The book has a special message for all the teachers, parents and the society in general that children suffer more than the elders realise.
Peter Alexander Morgan Holme’s book, ‘Can I Play For England?’ got covered in an online article in the Blackpool Gazette on 30th of November 2017. It’s a true story of a young person who has dreams to play for his country. The passion and enthusiasm is worth noticing in the book and the author is getting praised for the story plot chosen.
Melanie Andrews comes up with another cook book to rock your taste buds, ‘Baking with Melanie Andrews’. Recently covered by Helensburgh Advertiser, the book contains her culinary experiences and kitchen tips. A master baker and a businesswoman, owner of Craigard Tearooms, has won the Scottish Gourmand World Cook Book Award.
Amy Beatson read her children’s book, The Creeps, to the kids at Queensferry Primary and Echline Primary on 1st of December 2017. The kids enjoyed the story and showed interest in the writing which kept them engaged and entertained.