Enchanting Children's Fantasy Adventure Books Written by Tony Flood and Heather Flood
Best selling writer Peter James is supporting authors Tony and Heather Flood in their efforts to raise money for Children with Cancer UK by making donations to this worthy charity from the sales of their books, which can be obtained from this site at bargain prices.
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The promotion includes Heather's MOUSEY MOUSEY AND THE WITCHES' SPELLS NEW EDITION which soared to No.1 spot in it's category for the Amazon top 100 Books, as well as Heather's GIANT STICKER MONSTER AND OTHER CHILDREN'S STORIES and Tony's SECRET POTION, which both figured highly in their categories.
We're Not Dead Yet Writers, a group of nine authors all aged over 60 but proving to be exciting new writing talents, have come up with 16 superb short stories in their debut book Twists in the Tales.
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The writers provide a mixture of humour, thrills and sexual intrigue keep readers guessing in Twists in the Tales, which has enjoyed excellent reviews.
Subjects range from crime, trickery, entrapment, greed and desire to fear, murder, fantasy, death and the after life.
Group leaders Tony and Heather Flood have already had great success with their previously published children's books and Tony's celebrity revelations in My Life With The Stars.
Tony and Heather and two other We're Not Dead Yet Writers, Francis Wait and Christine Dudley, are also members of the Anderida Writers, of which Tony is chairman.
He says: "The oldest member of the We're Not Dead Yet Writers is 92-year-old Ernie Richardson. He and the other writers, Brian Jones, Elizabeth Gibbs, Valerie Tinney and Barbara Fisher, have proved that you are never too old to write your first book. And despite being all over 60, they have shown that they are young at heart by producing great tales that will appeal to readers of all ages."
Sizzling stories 'Lying in Wait' and the award-winning 'No-brainer' tell how two drop dead gorgeous ladies cope with men who treat them as sex objects.
There's further twists you won't see coming in 'Thomas's Big Mistake', 'The Murderer', 'The Artist and his Master', 'Maurice and the Magic Book', 'The Christmas Tree' and 'Naughty but Nice.'
If it's fear you want then 'The Severed Head' and 'Nightmare' provide it in good measure.
Readers who crave more intrigue and excitement should enjoy 'The Cafe', 'The Hand of Fate' and fantasy tale 'Ismeralda's Mercy Misssion'.
There's a large slice of humour - and irony - in the award-winning 'Heaven or Hell?', 'The Village Feud' and 'Squaddies' Hijinks in Hong Kong' - and humour is also sprinkled in many of the other stories.
Twists in the Tales, published by Eastbourne company My Voice Publishing, priced £6.99, is available on Amazon as both a paperback and an e-book. But copies (POST FREE) are also available from Sportsworld Communications by sending a cheque for £6.99, made payable to Sportsworld Communications, at 24 Brisbane Quay, Eastbourne, BN24 5PD.
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TOP quality speakers can provide a fantastic evening's (or afternoon's) entertainment for your club, group, organisation or company.
Celebrity writer and journalist Tony Flood provides new revelations and amusing anecdotes in his talk My Life With The Stars, featuring top celebrities he has interviewed. It includes George Best, Joan Collins, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney and Muhammad Ali plus a host of other big name stars.
Tony also gives other talks, including one for would-be authors on The Secret Of Getting Published, and, together with his wife and fellow children's author Heather, provides a fascinating talk, together with readings for children and parents, featuring their highly acclaimed fantasy adventure books.
If you want more show business stories then you can book singer Simon Gilbert.
Simon's first talk, Another Opening, Another Show!, is an account of his illustrious career singing opposite Joan Sutherland, Pavarotti, Cleo Lane and Ginger Rogers, and being the singing voice of Peter O'Toole in the film, "Man of La Mancha".
His second talk is From Opera to The Musicals - A Singers Approach, which is a light hearted discourse on various voices and styles, including demonstrations and audience participation.
The versatile Simon also gives a third talk on how he defied the odds – an inspirational account of his struggle against adversity to become an established artiste. The hard underbelly of the theatrical professional is revealed with humour, anecdotes and songs.
If you are interested in booking one of these talks you can email Tony Flood at firstname.lastname@example.org or Simon Gilbert at email@example.com
Meanwhile, check out Simon's website http://www.letthepeoplesing.co.uk/category/simon-gilbert/