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Lloyd Snaith

Agent: n/a n/a
Cambridge, New Zealand

Email: lloyd@a1response.co.nz

Home page: www.a1response.co.nz

I'm an ex-soldier of both the British and New Zealand Armies having served more than 19yrs. I wrote a book about my experiences in the first Gulf War with the Army War Graves Service (AWGS) at the tender age of 17. I have begun to write my second book about my experiences serving in Northern Ireland and my third will be about one of my Tours of Duty in the jungle.

I have already been interviewed by two newspapers regarding the release of my first book and they wish to do a follow up story once I do the initial book signing. I have secured the first book signing at the local bookstore and to travel around NZ to conduct talks and signings with the New Zealand Returned Services Association (NZ RSA) with a view to doing the same with the Australian RSL. Ranfurly Home, a NZ veterans home, wish me to conduct a talk and signing there and so does the Auckland Library.
I have secured a contract with the Imperial War Museum, The Staffordshire Regimental Museum and the Royal Logistics Corps Museum for them to stock my book.

I promoted the book on Facebook and already have hundreds of people from 23 different countries signed up to the Group wanting to buy the book. I added all known Military personnel from those countries and multiplied them by the amount of a regular priced book in New Zealand ... 10% of that figure is $22,161,419.38, yes you read correctly, over 22 million dollars $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

The problem now is that my publisher is 12 months behind schedule for releasing the book and now he has gone broke. If there is ANYONE who can help please contact me on lloyd@a1response.co.nz thankyou.

Interests: Military, skiing, parachuting, martial arts

Published writer: No

Freelance: No