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Blood is Only Red Sweat - Dave 'The Beast' Radford - Now Available on Kindle!

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Blood is Only Red Sweat - Dave 'The Beast' Radford - Now Available on Kindle!

We recently assisted author Nick Towle with the eBook conversion and refinements required to optimise the sale of his book about the UK's most iconic bare knuckle fighter Dave 'The Beast' Radford. See Link below:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Blood-only-Red-Sweat-Radford-ebook/dp/B01H5GRK6I/Though this may seem a relatively simple task, if not tackled strategically sales potential will not be optimised, this included: File format conversion Elimination of duplication in the Amazon Markets to avoid ambiguity Amalgamation of the Kindle and Paparback under the same ASIN to give customers choice Addition of the book to all Market Places worldwide e.g. Central Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and other Continents. All...

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Where did the WarCry Logo come from?

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Where did the WarCry Logo come from?

None other than the 'Urbane Guerilla' Brian Lewis of Pontefract. The Sketch was part of Brian's training in the run up to his 70th Birthday Celebration, involving him producing a thousand drawings in one day. Anyway in return for a copy of John Keenan's - A Stiff Sentence, Brian gave us the pick of the litter of his sketches and the WarCry Logo was born. At the end of November, about a fortnight, before the date when the 1000 drawings should be completed we discovered that the USA coffee shop Starbucks was paying an insignificant amount of UK corporation tax,...

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Dodger - Pupil of The Krays - Coming soon ...

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Dodger - Pupil of The Krays - Coming soon ...

Steve Tully outside 'The Poets Corner',  on a beautiful day in Hove, Brighton with artist Charles F B L DeLaFeld. Being presented Steve with his painting 'DODGER', which is being used for the front cover to his forthcoming book due for release very soon. Along side are Steve's business partners Carl and Gavin. Local Hove resident Steve ‘Dodger’ Tully is a Brighton-born former professional criminal who met Reg Kray in Parkhurst prison in 1983, becoming his ‘pupil’ during the next three and half years and forming an extremely close bond with all three Kray brothers that was to last 17 years until...

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NEW PROJECT: Slang by Steve Tully / Reg Kray (3rd Edition)

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NEW PROJECT: Slang by Steve Tully / Reg Kray (3rd Edition)

Highly collectible and going for anywhere up to £100 (original cover price £1.50). Slang the book put together by Steve Tully / Reg Kray during their time in Parkhurst is being re-issued with some minor amendments, but with the retention of the original's 'souvenir' feel and an initial run of only 100 copies, each individually signed by co-author Steve 'Dodger' Tully, Reg Kray's best friend. The new cover will also feature a fully commissioned oil paint re-make of the original sobbing Clown cover, by portrait artist 'Charles F B L DeLaFeld'. Check out his page below to see his work:...

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UPCOMING: The Ink Run by Dale Brendan Hyde, Wakefield

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UPCOMING: The Ink Run by Dale Brendan Hyde, Wakefield

We recently helped Dale Brendan Hyde of Wakefield to produce a prototype of his upcoming book "The Ink Run", a gritty crime fiction story, detailing abuse, detainment and revenge. A release date for the book is expected to be confirmed later in the year, so watch this space, this book is going to be huge. Check out Dale Hyde's page for more updates. https://www.facebook.com/dalehydeinkrun/  

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