Press and Media Roundup 1


Here is a roundup of the all the great Press and media we have got for The Very White Of Love. My publicity team at Harper Collins, headed by the brilliant Joe Thomas, has done a fantastic job.

BROADCAST

BBC MIDLANDS TODAY – TV Interview, 4th June

BBC JOHNNY I’ANSON – Radio Interview, 19th June

BBC GRAHAM TORRINGTON – Radio interview, 12th June

BBC RADIO OXFORD – Radio interview, 18th June

BBC RADIO HEREFORD & WORCESTER – Radio interview

NEWSPAPERS

TELEGRAPH MAGAZINE – 3-page feature, 30th June

DAILY MAIL – 2 page feature, 14th June

ABERGAVENNY CHRONICLE – Interview, 19th June

OXFORD MAIL – Interview, 14th June

LANCASHIRE EVENING POST, BLACKPOOL GAZETTE & OTHER NORTH EAST NEWSPAPERS – Review – ‘Engaging, affecting and revealing.’

 MAGAZINES

WOMAN – Review, 24th June

S C Worrall has crafted an unforgettable read that draws you into the tenderness, heartbreak and drama of Nancy and Martin’s love story.’

MY WEEKLY – Review, 30th June

WOMAN’S WEEKLY FICTION MONTHLY – quote to follow

DIGITAL

ARMY&YOU – Review – ‘A love story which needed to be told and a necessary reminder of sacrifice.’

GRANSNET – Giveaway on social media (18th July)

BLOG TOUR – mid-June

 

 


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  • Stephen Sakellarios

    Regarding your article, “Charles Dickens’s Great-Great-Grandson: Author Was ‘World’s First Superstar,” my research indicates that Dickens was not the author of “A Christmas Carol.” Rather, he hurriedly revised an existing manuscript, which he had been given the year before in Boston, in order to stave off impending debt. Dickens had neither the character, nor the respect and appreciation for metaphysics and the occult, to have written this book. The original manuscript was written by Mathew Franklin Whittier, younger brother of poet John Greenleaf Whittier, and his wife, Abby Poyen, probably in 1838. I have a great deal of evidence supporting this theory, including similar works written by both of the co-authors. Mathew wrote the plot and the jocular commentary; while it was Abby who wrote the ghosts’ speeches. I can provide more information if you have a serious interest; but the caveat, which “separates the sheep from the goats,” is that I also have strong evidence that I am MFW’s reincarnation. That’s really not so surprising, coming from the author of a metaphysical classic. The original treatment of “A Christmas Carol” was *not* a “Ghost Story of Christmas,” but rather an accurate rendering of metaphysical and occult phenomena, such as one sees in the film, “Ghost.” “Ghost,” as you are probably aware, was written by Bruce Joel Rubin, a long-time student of Kundali Yoga.

    Best regards,
    Stephen Sakellarios, M.S.
    http://www.ial.goldthread.com