Busy Bee and the Silent Spring, one of the reviews I received

The Federation of Irish Beekeepers Association review

Yesterday I received a nice review of my latest book, Busy Bee and the Silent Spring from The Federation of Irish Beekeepers Associations.

As it’s the 31st of July this is the last day that I will be donating a part of each sale of any of my books to Kentish Town City Farm and Freightliners City Farm in London. For the month of August I will be donating a percentage of each sale to the Scottish Beekeepers Association. They have just reviewed both my Busy Bee books and I will be publishing a post on that soon. I have to say everyone is being very kind in their comments so far. Busy Bee and the Silent Spring is available at different Amazon sites. This is the link to Amazon US, and this is the link to Amazon UK.

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Busy Bee and the Silent Spring, a new review

The Federation of Irish Beekeepers Association review

Yesterday I received a nice review of my latest book, Busy Bee and the Silent Spring from The Federation of Irish Beekeepers Associations.

As it’s the 31st of July this is the last day that I will be donating a part of each sale of any of my books to Kentish Town City Farm and Freightliners City Farm in London. For the month of August I will be donating a percentage of each sale to the Scottish Beekeepers Association. They have just reviewed both my Busy Bee books and I will be publishing a post on that soon. I have to say everyone is being very kind in their comments so far. Busy Bee and the Silent Spring is available at different Amazon sites. This is the link to Amazon US, and this is the link to Amazon UK.

Book review – The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, Robert Tressell

Wow. As the introduction states it is barely matched by other literature on its description of what working class life was like at the start of the 20th century and all drawn from Robert Tressell’s personal experiences. If you are not moved by the author’s gritty way with words on the poverty, destitution and complete unfairness due to the way society was at that time then you have a very cold heart. It’s impossible not to be moved especially the way he writes about the children knowing that they will suffer just as their parents have as they grow up. It is chillingly real and the picture drawn is bleak and there are many parallels with the 21st century. You could say that the children being fed from foodbanks and by their teachers in 21st century Britain are better off than the children in the novel but they should no more have to be fed this way than those children lacking food alive at the time and the book is accurate in what was happening to the working class. The problem as the author points out is the inequality that existed at the time and having read it the conclusion must be that very little has changed. The difference being that the UK has moved some of its labour exploitation to other countries. Ethiopian garment workers earning $7 a week to fill the failing economic model that is followed by all. This replaces Rushton’s building company in the novel in the town of Mugsborough, based on Hastings, where the author lived for a while. Philip Alston, the UN rapporteur, said of the UK that austerity was a choice and not a necessity. Frank Owen, Robert Tressell in the book, notes that the working class vote to maintain that inequality and they are the philanthropists helping to make the rich wealthy. This voting to keep the rich wealthy was repeated in the UK over 100 years later in 2019. As such millions of real citizens will continue to suffer the same.

Review – Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow

As part of my plan to promote this first in the series of my Busy Bee stories I contacted a large number of Facebook groups. One group called the Texas Pollinator Powwow group Facebook page gave it this very nice review. I am interested in working with any groups involved in teaching and the environment. I will supply the pdf of the story for free as long as it is not used for commercial purposes. In addition I will donate a part of any sale to a charity or organisation of your choice. If you as a charity or organisation promote my book and help the sales I am more than happy to donate that percentage to you.

The story is available as a printed book or eBook from Amazon and as a pdf from Junagarh Media

 

Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow reviewed by beekeeping group

I was very lucky that a Scottish beekeeping group reviewed my story, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow very positively. They are the Dunfermline and West Fife Beekeeping Association.

Dunfermline and West Fife Beekeeping Association

The story is available on Amazon Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow

This is what they had to say:

Fife beekeepers comments copy

 

 

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