Without wanting to sound too nostalgic – after all, it has only been 370 days – our compact and bijou team feel we’ve come a long way during that time. With almost 20 titles either out in paperback or e-book and the rest in production, it’s certainly not shabby progress in what is a very challenging, volatile and occasionally fickle market.
‘Action Plan for Living With an Alcoholic’ Has a Bottle Full of Optimism
Author, Lilly Laine’s glass is brimming over.
Living with an alcoholic is no fun but leaving them is not always an option people want to take. Lilly Laine, author of this powerful new self-help book, knows that all too well.
Her husband was a chronic alcoholic for the first 10 years of their relationship. Realising nothing she did could stop him drinking, Lilly started blogging about living with an alcoholic and over time, she developed a set of techniques to get her through the tough times. These positive actions led her husband to seek help; he’s now long-term sober. Continue reading Press Release: Action Plan for Living With an Alcoholic
We are very excited to let you and our authors know that we will be taking our books to the 43rd London Book Fair in April 2014.
We’ll be talking to buyers and stockists, spreading the news about our diverse range of titles, encouraging them to tell the world about Magic Oxygen.
Mark James: Dear Mother Lilly Laine: Action Plan For Living With An Alcoholic Anthony Ravenwood: The Breathing Wheel Izzy Robertson: When Joe Met Alice / Catching Up With The Past Tracey West: Book of Rubbish Ideas / Poetry of Divorce / Diary of Divorce / 365 Silly Jokes for Kids Rob B Windsor: Off Her Facebook!
We are delighted to let you have a sneak peak of the finished cover for our latest title, ‘Action Plan for Living With an Alcoholic’ by Lilly Laine, due for publication on 10th March, just before St Patrick’s Day.
The subtitle leaves the reader in no doubt about the content. It’s, ‘A Survival Guide for Partners and Spouses’ and has been penned with refreshing clarity by a lady who knows all about how it feels to live with a serious alcohol dependent, in Lilly’s case it was her husband.
After years of trying all the usual tactics to get him to stop drinking, Lilly realised she was physically and mentally at her rock bottom, just like her husband.