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About the Publisher
Two guys with extensive experience in publishing, editing, and SEO got together one afternoon and decided there were people out there with stories to tell but who needed help to bring them into the world. Jerry Mooney and Troy Lambert hammered the idea of helping others into establishing a publishing company that could offer innovative options and more than one path to publication for authors using modern technology, multimedia promotions, and the power of print on demand publishing.
Several months into the project, their company, Unbound Publishing, LLC of Idaho was contacted by Rick Mayston of Agent Fox Media, London. He proposed joining forces in a new venture to offer authors in the UK an alternative to the expense and risk of set print by applying the use of modern technology, multimedia promotions and multiple platforms beyond the book. These include gallery exhibitions, art, photos, music, and media appearances.
As a part of our partnership we are able to offer unique promotional opportunities including the Agent Fox Media YouTube program “In the Fox’s Den.” Not only is this a great media asset for authors, but it’s shared across all social media platforms and distributed worldwide. This helps these great authors get the attention they deserve.
What started with a shared vision and a belief that authors deserve better brings us where we are today. The collaborative, post-Brexit, trans-Atlantic partnership formed in the middle of a global pandemic aims to give authors a voice, storytellers a chance to shine, and all under a hybrid, print on demand model that operates with a new kind of efficiency. Print on demand and modern tools enable us to produce products of the same or higher quality than publishers with set print runs are able to or willing to do. This makes books and media more profitable for both the publisher and the author.
The team includes Rick and Beverley Mayston of Agent Fox Media, London. Jerry Mooney and Troy Lambert are the co-founders of Unbound Publishing, LLC of Idaho, United States. We also thank our cover designer, Mick Mamuzelos, our editors Dana Long and Jon Olsen, proofreaders, formatters, and other members of both teams too countless to name here.
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Are you a storyteller who wants to become an author? Your ideas, your story, could change the world, and we want to give you the best opportunity to do just that. Contact us today! If you’re based in the UK, get in touch with Rick and Agent Fox Media at firstname.lastname@example.org and if you are in the US, email email@example.com.
“Where storytellers become authors, and authors find the success they deserve.”
Born in London. Gayle had a happy childhood growing up in Chiswick. Her maternal grandparents lived upstairs in the maisonette. At the age of 9 her parents moved to Hadley common.
Her neighbours were Olivia Newton John and Bruce Welsh of the Shadows. At 13 her life was dramatically changed when a car smashed into her and flung her into the air at 30 miles per hour. Her body and skull smashed against an iron lamppost. In a coma and fighting for her life, Gayle had to learn to walk and write again. About a year later suffering mentally and physically from the accident, her Father Tony Hiller won The Eurovision song contest with the song, 'Save all your Kisses for me,' sang by the group, The Brotherhood of Man.
Her Father walked out on his family leaving her in great pain. After many attempts to see him she cut her wrists. Her life was vastly different, and she attended different schools. A very unhappy teenager she used to express herself writing poetry and short stories. She attended writers’ workshops and poetry readings with her Aunt that she stayed with a lot.
Gayle has struggled with her mental health over the years and addiction to pills. When her Father died, she chose to take pills and curl up asleep on the settee. In trying to come to terms with her bereavement and all the hurt from her past, Gayle wrote letters to her Father, things she couldnt tell him as she and her children could only see him every 4 to 6 weeks. He only cared about his new life with his second wife. Gayle tried to get back his love for years which caused her great distress.
One letter became 2, then 2 became 3 etc etc. Then it became a book. It is a very raw and emotional read.
|Dimensions||18 × 22 × 3 cm|