- On July 17, 2019
What a wonderful way to start the weekend. Good company and also good friends. The excitement was contagious not only with the racing but by the fact that Miss Nicola May, Amazon’s #No.1 female author had her new book launch that day of Meet Me At Cocklebury Bay.
She kept us up to date with sales in between the rowing. The book did well that day, and we wish Nicola (pictured below with Michael) success on another eventful part of life’s journey.
The quick cruise down the Thames was executed by Rob of Hobbs boats, he delighted us all when he stopped at the finish line for a few cheeky snaps.
Phyllis Court (pictured below) known worldwide for it’s quietness certainly rocked that day, from the young street band to the walking hedge.
The queens barge looked resplendent in all its glory, just a pity she was not there to see it, although Mrs May was.
The sun shined on us as Clients became friends. Already pencilled in for next year.
Pictured above are Michael and Pat Richards, Nicola May, Louise Sparke, Michael and Tammy Wayman and last but not least Phil & Cat Woodall, Thank you all for coming.
The Evil Alien Carrot
Lola Grace has allowed us the first view of The Evil Alien Carrot (pictured below), a mean looking beast.
Will he conquer Zoomberg, will the World be next? Find out soon. It will be available for National Book Day.
Marcus Richardson, The Life And Times Of A Friend Of The World, Is Starting To Take Shape
This was his first photo shoot. The front cover needs to be decided so we tried to see what Marcus would look like alongside some vintage cars. We all agreed the cars looked good.
The book now has a title ‘Follow that Plane.’ As you would imagine with Marcus’s life, there is a good story to be told.