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Amanda Prowse is represented by Caroline Michel of PFD
Poppy Day is published by Head of Zeus www.headofzeus.com
Cover design for 2012 is by the wonderfully talented Ami Smithson www.cabinlondon.co.uk
All author royalties have been donated to The Royal British Legion - see their work at www.britishlegion.org.uk
80 Hertz Studio Manchester - The Sharp Project - http://www.80hertz.com/
'When the author Amanda Prowse got a call late last Friday evening to appear on BBC TV's News Channel on Remembrance Sunday, it caused an enviable problem in that she already had a commitment to speak on the Iain Dale book club on LBC Radio in London, followed immediately by a book signing event at Waterstones in The Trafford Centre.
Desperately keen to pursue all topical opportunities on this key date, Amanda's publishers Googled ISDN line links from Manchester and called George Atkins at 80Hertz. Despite it being outside of 'normal' office hours, George answered the call immediately and booked Amanda into the studio. Crucially, in order to give the LBC Radio producer the confidence to confirm an extended interview session, 80Hertz provided the numbers and settings to their technical team and Amanda could plan her time effectively.
On the day Amanda was extremely impressed by the 80Hertz set up. Not only is it magnificently outfitted in the Sharp Project complex but the atmosphere and professionalism there is second to none. This was demonstrated when the other main caller to the LBC Radio show experienced difficulties in maintaining a phone signal and their contribution to the show was cut short, extending Amanda's time on air and allowing her to get her message out across the largest talk station and as a result, Amanda's book Poppy Day topped the No.1 spot on Amazon's 'Movers and Shakers' chart following the broadcast.
Amanda said "George at 80Hertz was absolutely magnificent and made everything run smoothly, for which I am tremendously grateful. If you need a top quality studio experience where you know that the staff and facilities will not fail you then go to 80Hertz. They are completely dependable and utterly reliable.".'
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