Really? “Savile coverage: Help or hinderance”

This was the subject of the phone in, Your Call, on Radio 5Live aired this morning.  Earlier, I had heard Brendan O’Neill, editor of on-line magazine Spiked, interviewed, and was astonished at what he said.  Actually, I have been deeply troubled.  Really Brendan, “if you were abused by Jimmy Savile, maybe you should keep it to yourself”?  I couldn’t disagree more. Continue reading Really? “Savile coverage: Help or hinderance”

Hot news! Kindle contract signed!

Yesterday I signed a contract with Live It Publishing and publishmybookonkindle.com for the move of Hurt to the Kindle platform. I am so excited about this.  I wrote Hurt so that the stories of the families of children who were sexually abused could be heard – to give a voice to this voiceless section of society.  Sales of the paperback book have been steady, but not staggering.  It has been frustrating that the voices aren’t being more loudly heard – although I know that Hurt is reaching those that need it.  By going on Kindle, a different marketing strategy can be applied, and it has every potential to go viral.  So, go Adam (publishmybookonkindle.com) do what you can to accelerate Hurt up the Kindle sales list.  Watch this space for details….

Deception: Truth will out

Is it just me, or does anyone else have the feeling that veils of deception are being shaken and slowly lifted?  There seems to have been a stream of truths emerging over the last few months, perhaps even longer than a few.  Organisational deception, so deception on a mass scale.  The amount of energy, of collusion that it must take to conceal a truth is massive; monstrous.   Continue reading Deception: Truth will out