Press release

This is a press release for Please Hear What I’m Not Saying, the anthology of poems/short stories in support of mental health charities. My poem ‘Meg’, along with poems by several friends, is in the anthology which is edited by Isabelle Kenyon. It would be good if you felt you could support the charities, which do sterling work for mental health in this country, either by visiting  https://www.amazon.co.uk after the release date (8.02.18) or by clicking the link to  Fly on the Wall publishing at the end of the press release.

 

PRESS RELEASE

Isabelle Kenyon, isabellekenyon@hotmail.co.uk

For immediate release

Guildford resident set to publish book to raise money for mental health

Local resident, Isabelle Kenyon from Guildford is set to publish poetry book, ‘Please Hear What I’m Not Saying’, in aid of mental health charities.

Isabelle, who is a theatre marketing assistant for G Live, Guildford, hopes that with the support of her colleagues, friends and family, and the 116 poets involved in the anthology, she will raise an incredible amount for UK mental health charities, providing support and advice for anyone experiencing mental health problems.

Isabelle said, “I am thrilled to be editing this anthology to raise money for charity. This is one of the toughest, yet most thrilling project of my life. Knowing the money we raise will be used to improve the lives of people living with mental health problems throughout the UK is amazing. The money raised will fund vital work such as helplines, advice services and the campaigning.

The book will be released on February 8th through Amazon, and will be available to buy both in paperback and Kindle formats, worldwide.

To support Isabelle’s charity book release, please visit www.flyonthewallpoetry.co.uk to find out more about the project.

 

 

 

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