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NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES & BOOK SIGNINGS


Hello,

I am pleased to report that over the last few months, things have been going really well and I have been kept quiet busy (reason for the delay in posting). Yesterday I was featured in the Austrailian ezine Dystinct which focuses on Dyslexia and the acheivments of those who suffer with it. I do find it hard talking about the bad aspex of my schooling but I hope my story of my battles with Dyslexia will help others who are struggling no matter what disabilities they may have. You can find more information here: https://dystinct.org/mag/issue-6-november-2021/.

Goodbye Mother Bear has been going very well and the book has been posted and shipped out from the supplier to young readers from all around. Back in September I was featured in the national UK newspaper The Daily Express where I talked about my new book and about my battles with Dyslexia, you can read the exclusive here: https://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/books/1498630/dyslexic-author-dyslexia-Adam-Searle-Goodbye-Mother-Bear.

A number of respected High Street retailers are taking orders such as Waterstones & WH Smith while, in the USA, my book can be ordered via Barns & Nobel or Powells. No matter where you are in the world, my book is avalible so please do check. Or, you can simply order via Amazon.

With Christmas coming up, a number of charities and business are setting up Christmas Fairs and Market. Last Sunday (13th) I attended Smiles2Smiles charity Xmas Market in Hersham, Surrey where I had the pleasure of meeting many people. Thank you for coming down even for a chat - it was a pleasure.

My next book signing is at St Peters Church Christmas Fair which is on Saturday 21st November in Molesey, Surrey. Please do come if you can.

If you wish to enquire about any other book signings, events or interviews then please do use the Contact page.

Thank you.

Until next time. x



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