The audiobook for Intervals of Hope by Christopher Canniff is now available!
The amazing voice talent of David Lane Pusey can be heard as the narrator. David trained as an actor for 3 years at top London drama college Rose Bruford in England (https://actinginlondon.co.uk/best-drama-schools-in-uk/) and he has worked as an actor, writer and voice actor for over 20 years. He is passionate about the spoken word and all forms of literature.
My essay for writers, on "How to do Research for a Novel" is now online at https://soyouwanttowrite.org/blogs/syww/how-to-do-research-for-a-novel. Check it out!
The audiobook for Intervals of Hope by Christopher Canniff is now in production! The amazing voice talent of David Lane Pusey can be heard as the narrator. David trained as an actor for 3 years at top London drama college Rose Bruford in England (https://actinginlondon.co.uk/best-drama-schools-in-uk/) and he has worked as an actor, writer and voice actor for over 20 years. He is passionate about the spoken word and all forms of literature. See more about David at https://www.excellenttalent.com/voice/david-lane-pusey/ and stay tuned to http://www.christophercanniff.com/ and this website for more details!
The book launch for Intervals of Hope was a great success!
If you weren't able to attend, it is available on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFI4RCIDF0g . There was good attendance, and many questions from the audience.
Grab a coffee or tea, or your favourite beverage, and settle in for a 45 minute book launch that will entertain, captivate and inform!
And Gordon Schottlander, a former WWII British Commando who stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, and whose father fought in WWI, was interviewed for the novel Intervals of Hope. He forms the basis for the main character. He was interviewed on Remembrance Day 2021, the day after the book launch, on CHCH television: https://www.chch.com/it-was-pretty-scary-ww-ii-veteran.../ Thank you Gordon for your service.
Please consider attending the Book Launch for Intervals of Hope by Christopher Canniff (Blue Denim Press, 2021), which will be launched on Wednesday, November 10 at 7pm EST. See the link for the launch under the "Book Launch" tab on this website, click on "going" or "interested" on the invite if you're able, and I look forward to seeing you there!
Thanks to the following branches of the Royal British Legion for your very kind words and support.
Mr. Rob Bywaters, Chairman, Weston-super-Mare Branch
Mr. Joe Martin, Mansfield Branch
Mr. Phil Eggleston, Seaham Branch
Miss Jennifer Tait, Secretary, Limavady Branch
Chris Wroe, Secretary of the Paignton Branch
Mr. Robert Hunter, Chairman, Hallamshire Branch
Sue Jones, Hawkhurst Branch
Blyth Branch of the Royal British Legion
Mr. Laurence Lines, Secretary, Richmond Branch
Lt Col Mike Richardson OBE, Secretary, Damerham and Western Downland Branch, who has also published a book Keeping the Old Flag Flying, the WWI story of Kenneth Foyster, who served in the 7th Canadian Battalion, based on his comprehensive memoir. Kenneth was in the First Canadian Contingent, wounded and captured at 2nd Ypres, imprisoned in Germany then interned in Switzerland until the end of the war. His reports and insights during this fascinating and seldom publicised incarceration are fascinating. Here is a review by the Western Front Association. https://www.bookdepository.com/Keeping-Old-Flag-Flying-Mike-Richardson/9781912694396.
Note that 80% of all author proceeds for Intervals of Hope will be donated to the Royal British Legion (40%) and the Royal Canadian Legion (40%).