More success for our alumni authors
Celebrating our Alumni authors
Massive congratulations to our alumni authors who have had their books published.
Take a look at the latest books available from our alumni authors:
Teresa Bulford-Cooper, (PGCE, 2005) has published Ladies, Let's Get Going: Starting and Growing Your Dream Business
With decades of experience in business, Teresa Bulford-Cooper from TBC Training & Coaching knows the difficulties and struggles that many ladies go through when they set up a business. They often have to manage multiple hats and many lack the confidence to do something different. In this book, Teresa shares hundreds of practical tips to help you to get started in business. You’ll discover how to lay firm foundations, stay sane, enjoy the journey, and make sure that your wellbeing is at the heart of everything that you do.
Christopher Lavers (Physics, 1987 and PhD 1991) has published a new edition of his best-selling book Reeds Vol 6: Basic Electrotechnology for Marine Engineers
This book provides comprehensive coverage of the basic theoretical work required by Marine Engineering Officers and Electrotechnical Officers (ETOs), putting into place key fundamental building blocks and topics in Electrotechnology before progressing to more complex topics and electromagnetic systems relevant to both civilian and military users.
Dr. Leonard Restall, (Certificate of Education, 1972) has recently published What's Next?
This book considers the often asked question 'What's next?' and provides strategies to help readers deal with what' ahead by considering different ways of looking at the elements involved. With the aim that after reading it you now may be ready to get started to answering what’s next and make great headway towards further success.
Dr Cat Walker, (BA Psychology, 1991 and PhD in Economic Psychology,1996) has had her debut novel published this month which is entitled The Scoop
This book follows the messy life of Casey Jones. Her job bores her, her parents confuse her, and she has repeated nightmares about her ex-girlfriend. In a moment of madness she packs in her job and plans an adventure with her schoolfriend, long-time lad Danny. What she didn't plan for was an extra passenger, in the shape of Danny's estranged twelve-year-old son, Ari, who has problems of his own. The three of them are thrown together for an intense rollercoaster ride in Alice a converted bright pink ice cream van through some of the most beautiful and dangerous places in the world, from Tulse Hill to Tibet.
Date: 26 March 2020