News from Éditions Dédicaces
The author, Carol Margaret Tetlow, launched her book « Too Close For Comfort » last Saturday at the Waterstones bookstore in England. Carol Margaret Tetlow retired from general practice two years ago and now spends her time writing and playing tennis. She lives in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales with nine donkeys, two ponies, four Labradors, two cats and one very long suffering husband. Here is a message received from the author:
Victoria Bolton lives in New York. A graduate of the College of Westchester, she works as a computer technician in schools and as a part-time actress. Here a description of her last book entitled « Rude Boy USA »:
Say good-bye to the era of godfathers. The Chimera Group has put a new face on organized crime. Mob boss Bernie Banks and his associates—John, Ben, and Jerome—differ from your ordinary Sicilian and Irish mob families. Two white, two black, they style themselves after the Rude Boy culture made popular in Jamaica.
Steve Magill is a retired pastor with over forty years in the ministry. He continues to teach and write on the last days, evangelism, and Christian growth. He hasfour grown children and two teenage boys. He lives in Southwestern Pennsylvania surrounded by the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains.
“Revelation and the Age of Antichrist” is a brief commentary on the book of Revelation. It follows the natural ordering of the book of Revelation. By following the order of the book of Revelation, the ordering of last day events are placed in their proper ordering.
Here is an interview with Howard Eisenberg, The Toddler Poet Laureate. Writing for over 50 years, turning 90 this year, author Howard Eisenberg has written hundreds of articles, countless books –often with his late wife, Arlene (What to Expect When You’re Expecting)– for national publications. Howard’s writing has been published in the New York Times Magazine, Saturday Evening Post, Reader’s Digest, Cosmopolitan, Parade, The Wall Street Journal, Parenting Magazine, Baby Talk, Reader’s Digest and dozens of others.
Additionally he’s written six adult books, four co-authored with Arlene, three Guess Who (Guess Who Zoo, Guess Who Farm, Guess Who Neighborhood) books for children, and scripts for radio and TV. Howard’s latest book Adorable Scoundrels is a wry read of super poems about tenacious tots. A great grandfather even greater writer, Howard’s website is www.howardeisenbergauthor.com.
An interview with Carol Margaret Tetlow, author of the books “Out of Practice” & “Faith Hope and Clarity”
Carol Margaret Tetlow is a fairly recently retired family doctor who now has the time to live life to the full, write, play tennis, walk dogs and train donkeys and ponies. Coming from a medical background, it is no surprise that her novels are based in family medicine. But people love medical matters. So, set against a backdrop of everyday life in a medical centre, add in some good characters, personal dilemmas and a soupcon of romance and hopefully…. what’s not to like?
Out of Practice tells the story of one of the doctors and how she has to cope when her professional and personal lives fall apart simultaneously. Faith Hope and Clarity tells the story of another of the doctors, an insecure woman who copes with life’s ups and downs by comfort eating and how she finds out who her real friends are.
Canadian author Geza Tatrallyay will read from his memoir, The Expo Affair, the second book in his Cold War Escape series, published by Guernica Editions under its MiroLand Imprint. This is a narrative memoir of international intrigue and romance that took place in the exotic setting of Expo ’70 in Osaka, Japan. As a host at the Ontario Pavilion, the author, Geza Tatrallyay, was approached by three Czechoslovak hostesses who wanted to defect to Canada. What follows are his efforts to make their wish come true. Notables such as former Prime Minister Trudeau, External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp and General George Kitching play a role, as do individuals who have since become prominent in Canada as businessmen, artists and ambassadors.
Yesterday evening Carol Margaret Tetlow gave a talk about her books to the Ainderby Steeple and District branch of the Women’s Institute. What a lovely group of ladies! There might only have been about 25 present but they were a warm and receptive audience. She sold several copies of her novels and from each sale will be donating 25% to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (www.bcrfcure.org). Together with her fee for attending, she raised £40, which was brilliant.