Eventispress author Diana Jackson is busy collecting the proceeds for sales of The Healing Paths of Fife sold in Kinghorn in the last three months in aid of Kinghorn Lunch Club for the Over 60’s. (most well over she says 🙂 ) She is going to let us know how much was raised as soon as possible.
Meanwhile for May, June and July the profits of books sold in Kinghorn will benefit Kinghorn Community Library (KLR)
As a way of saying thank you to our local community, the profits of all copies of ‘The Healing Paths of Fife’ sold on Kinghorn High Street will be in aid of different Kinghorn charities, starting with The Over 60’s Lunch Club for February, March and April 2018.
Mary Thomas has just posted this gratifying review of my new novel ‘The Keeper of the Faith’ on Amazon:
Set against the stark realities and agony of war, a transcendent path is presented offering safe passage through the crucible of events. Brilliantly written. Highly recommended.”
Somehow reviews like that make it all worthwhile!
Name Diana Jackson Age 58 Where are you from I’ve lived and worked in the home counties of London for most of my life ~ born in Croydon, Surrey, grew up and went to school in St Albans, Hertfordshire and worked as a teacher in Bedfordshire. Since redundancy and taking early retirement I have moved, […]