Two more Croydon authors will be highlighted the Croydon Authors bookstall at the Made in Croydon Market tomorrow (Sunday 8 December) at Boxpark – 11am-5pm.
Nadia McInnis will be there from 9.30am-5pn to discuss her two books. Fred Scott’s biography One Autumn Day: Surviving Cancer will also be on sale.
For all the other details about the day see:
Authors time slots on the day
11-5pm: Sean Creighton, Bernadette Fallon, Maximilian Hawker, Nadia McInnis
1-2pm: Eric Sanders, ELizabeth Sheppard
1-5pm: David Gleave
2-5pm: Anna Orridge
Nadia McInnis promotes motivational speaking, and teaches entrepreneurship and public speaking skills to young people. Her Gifted Enterprise Community Interest Company helps young people to discover and develop their gifts. www.giftedenterprise.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 07888805379. Titles: (1) A Sister’s Pain. Nadia grew up in a country she loved, surrounded by many siblings. But in 2004 her world was ripped apart as killers entered her home and left no adult alive. Nadia’s brothers were brutally murdered after a gang order was issued to wipe out her family. She thought that by leaving her country in 2002, she had escaped the worst after years of physical and verbal abuse from one of her brothers, but little did she know that it was about to get worst. (2) You Are Gifted. Transformational Quotes. Nadia explains how to shine your light irrespective of obstacles and how to focus on your goals, discover your purpose to Life, learn how to overcome obstacles to your vision, and understand why you are valuable and about the power you carry.
Fred Scott. A Croydon resident for over 20 years, Fred is a grateful cancer survivor. He owes much to his early piano teacher and mentor Florence Creighton whose influence led him to a life in music. He leads music education at Fairfield Halls, through the Phoenix Piano Academy: https://www.fairfield.co.uk/education/phoenix-piano-academy. Title: One Autumn Day: Surviving Cancer.
Maximilian Hawker. In addition to selling his Max will be promoting his book Breaking the Foals, Max will be crowdfunding for a children’s book called Rory Hobble and the Voyage to Haligogen. Set in Croydon it tells the story of an 11-year-old boy with OCD who travels into space with his social worker to rescue his abducted mother. He has commissioned Croydon-themed original art for the project.
Just two of the other titles on sale – photo courtesy of Made in Croydon CIC