Reeves' expert advice has recently been in demand on the radio and
in his local paper.
Anthony has recently appeared on radio
four's prestigious 'Money Box' as well as 'You and Yours' where
he was offering his advice on debt problems and debt collection
in general. He has also been on a number of different local radio
programmes and getting articles in local newspapers promoting his
book 'The Debt Collecting
A recent article in the Wiltshire Times on Friday Sept 9th 2011
- click on image to enlarge.
Sherman's recent book 'Writing Your Autobiography' gets some deserved
Jackie's book has recently been featured
in three family history magazines, which is an exact niche given
her experience in extracting the best from family archives. An autobiography
inevitably delves into family history and the recent upsurge of
interest in this area is notable with the TV episodes of Piers Morgan's
'Life Stories' and the popular 'Who do you think you are?' programs
This interest is reflected in the magazines
'Family History Monthly', 'Family Tree' (where Jackie has some input
on top tips) and the BBC's 'Who Do You Think You Are?' - we include
links to these publications (just click on cover):
In 'Family Tree' Jackie has included some
tips to writing your autobiography:
'10 Top Tips from 'FamilyTree'
In the BBC magazine on the series 'Who
Do You Think You Are' Jackie's book is reviewed by John Williams
who has taught family history for several years.
here to see the 'Who Do You Think You Are?' review.
if you want to order her book or just want more information about
'Writing Your Autobiography'
by Jackie Sherman.
Lawrence has just completed her second book with us
'Explaining Autism Spectrum Disorder'.
Clare's books have a personal perspective
- she has a son diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome (AS). What is
Autism Spectrum Disorder? With Autism and Asperger syndrome now
reckoned to affect one in a hundred of our population, this is a
question that more and more people are needing to ask. Clare is
active with various organisations supporting autism and has appeared
on a Great Ormand Street Educational DVD about more effective early
diagnosis of AS.
Clare obviously recognises the need for
publicity and has been actively raising awareness of her new book.
She has an article in the Sunday Times,
article in the Mail on Sunday, as well as a
piece in her local newspaper. She is also well known by a number
of websites dealing with autism, see this review
of her book, for instance, on the website 'as teens' for teenagers
with Aspergers Syndrome. Clare has her own website which contains
all the books she has written on autism at www.clarelawrenceautism.com.
has a masters degree from the University of Northumbria in Creative
Writing and has also gained a post-graduate certificate in the
field of Asperger Syndrome.
Go to book details.
Autistic Society is a good resource for further information
and Clare's book can also be found in their shop.
Details of her first book 'Finding Asperger
Syndrome in the family - A Book of Answers" . More...
A Collaboration with the Arts Council
this new literary venture for Emerald Publishing we are acting as
a partner to the Arts Council - England and the Stoke on Trent City
Council. Nicholas Corder is a professional writer-in-residence with
the library service at Stoke on Trent City Council and was commissioned
to write 'The Bone Mill'.
What is 'The Bone Mill' about? It's a story set in The
Potteries district in the early 19th Century. It is billed as 'a
novel for those of a robust constitution' and gives a glimpse of
a harsh world where life is a fight for survival.
NEWS UPDATE - Nov 2011
Teachers Packs are now on offer with special discounts and free
copies - More...
A series of books
revealing 'Nature's Health Secrets' by Rajgopal Nidamboor
Nidamboor is a Mumbai-based physician, whose medical interests have
been long and varied. His expertise in alternative/integrative medicine
encompasses a wider area than most in his field. A medical writer
and editor, no less, his mission is keyed to contemporary research
and dissemination of dependable information for everyone concerned
about their health. He says he is constantly surprised that many
GPs just don't think outside the box -- especially in areas such
as natural health where the body knows best to heal itself from
the inside-out. He is a college graduate in homeopathic medicine,
Fellow of the College of Chest Physicians and Member of the Centre
of Applied Medicine. His special interests include natural health
and well-being; mind-body medicine; nutritional medicine; psychology;
philosophy/spirituality etc., Go
The Ultimate Nutrition
Zoe Hellman has specialised in the dietry requirements
of cancer patients which was the basis of her first
book. She has now completed her second book, in our series covering
the major illnesses from which many of us suffer. This
book covers nutritional advice for Joint and Arthritic condition
sufferers, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, offering targeted
advice to each. Based on the latest research and practice, the book
shows readers the importance of nutrition and how to apply important
principles to their diet.
Zoe Hellman Bsc SRD is a State Registered Dietitian*
and has worked in the public and private sectors. She has first-hand
experience of the importance of nutrition and the impact it can
have on well- being and health. Zoe was trained to the highest standards
in the NHS and is now working in the private sector.
* Note: This is the correct spelling for the profession.
Writing True Crime
Wade is a writer and historian specialising in true crime and crime
history and published his latest book 'Writing
True Crime' in August last year.
He has written several true crime books and for true crime magazines.
He also teaches part-time on crime history at the University of
Hull. His latest books are: Cold Cases Revisited (Pen and Sword),
Plain Clothes and Sleuths and Square Mile Bobbies, a history of
the City of London Police (History Press). He has also written two
books of family history, Tracing Your Criminal Ancestors and Tracing
Your Police Ancestors (Pen and Sword).
The Property Investors Management Handbook by David
The following is a review from the Telegraph Property
"This 150-page book looks at all aspects of property
investment. It clearly demonstrates the key elements of buying and
managing residential property. It is useful for both the investor
and for the property manager. Since
the 1988 Housing Act private letting has exploded in the UK, and
sometimes the pace of change has outstripped the knowledge of landlords.
This book will bring it all in to focus and ensure that property
managers and landlords are aware of their role and responsibilities
as well as clearly emphasising the responsibility of the tenant.
Often scant thought is applied to the legalities of letting property
in many cases and Watson's approach blends the rights of both parties
to ensure a fruitful relationship for both parties. Watson works
on the theory that knowledge is everything, and it is hard to find
fault in his approach. The fact that landlords don't know what they
don't know is addressed by an almost belt and braces approach to
letting. The book covers the acquisition of property in depth and
aims to enable the landlord or potential landlord to manage effectively
and efficiently whilst protecting their asset. The law is covered
right up to 2008 including the advent of the Tenancy deposit scheme
and the introduction of Home Information Packs." Go
to book detail.
Two new books on mental health and the state of our
who has been affected by mental illness will recognise that our
NHS mental health services are often severely stretched.
The author, Marianne Richards,
is an experienced mental health worker who brings her comprehensive
knowledge to the reader, enabling them to understand their problems
and giving clarity to the confusion that often exists in these services.
Understanding the diagnosis and the routes available
in getting help is half the problem with those afflicted and Marianne
has produced her two books with this in mind. The first book 'Mental
Health and the Community - The Context of Mental Health'
introduces the reader to the complexities of mental problems and
gives the reader a means to understand precisely what their problem
is. The second book 'Mental
Health and the Community - The Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental
Illness' gives the reader the practical steps that can
be taken within the services available.