Author Archive | Chris Day

Become an AuthorCraft Regional Organiser

Since 2012 AuthorCraft has been organising monthly networking and training events for author around the country. The main event takes place in London at the Institute of Directors on the fourth Tuesday of every month (except August and December) between 6 pm and 9 pm. To objective of these events has been to help authors […]

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An Overview of Copyright Law – Bernie Nyman

Copyright law lies at the heart of much of the work I do – it is fundamental to the publishing industry, the media and entertainment industries and the IT industry. I have specialised in copyright law since I qualified in 1979 because I was lucky enough to join a firm that had for generations acted […]

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September AuthorCraft – London

Book your ticket now – all attendees £15 door charge The next AuthorCraft event will take place on Tuesday 24th of September in the Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall. This will be the first event in our Autumn Season and will include a new look to our events and the launch of the new […]

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House of Lords Book Launch for Charles Hampden-Turner

Left to Right: Lord Clement-Jones, Prof Birgitte Andersen CEO of the Big Innovation Centre, Tom Kibasi, Director of the Institute for Public Policy, Co-author Prof Linda Riordan, and Charles Hampden-Turner, Will Hutton There is no better way to launch a book than with a Champagne Breakfast and certainly no better place than the House of […]

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A new memoir from Hansa Pankhania

“The Best of Three Worlds” is a Soulful, Cultural, and Historical Journey across Three Continents. It is an inspiring book and a great read. Hansa Pankhania is a Corporate Wellbeing Consultant, Executive Coach, and Speaker. She was born a British citizen to parents of Indian origin in Thika, a small town in the British Colony […]

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Jessica Stevens celebrates her new book in Reading

Recovery of seriously injured woman hailed as ‘incredible’ as she launches new career as author A specialist lawyer has hailed her seriously injured former client as ‘an inspiration’ as the road accident victim prepares to launch the next stage of her life as a published author. Jessica Stevens, from Hendon, North West London, was left […]

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Capitalism is broken. What can we do to fix it?

Business theories and philosophies are rarely the topic of the breakfast table, if indeed people still have time to sit and eat before rushing out of the door. But never before has there been such a period of intense change at every level of our society.  Almost everything that we took for granted is now […]

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