to Encircling Publications!
Encircling Publications is a small, family-run
Christian publishing organisation which donates all profits to RAINBOWS Bereavement Support Great Britain, Hospice Uganda.
CAFOD and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Thanks to the support of those who have purchased books from us we have thus far been able to gift
CAFOD with £900; Hospice Uganda with £900; Rainbows with £2040; Macmillan Cancer Support with £550!
Our newest publication, published in July 2010
has been created by the children in Year Two at JCG Prep school in Jersey. Called "Growing up in Jersey" the book
is widely available in Jersey and through this website. Simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to send you copies @ £5.00 each. All the profits from this publication will be shared between
Hospice Jersey and Hospice Uganda.
A huge thanks to the children of JCG!
Our most beautiful book selling all over the world:
with my God - a Personal Prayer Journal on our walk with God" ... first published in 2008,
this unique book has received most positive reviews and was re-printed a third time in 2012
have now sold over 2000 copies!
OUR CURRENT BEST SELLER!.......
and Shadows - Reflections of a Macmillan Nurse"
by Clare Fitzgibbon, published in September 2007, has now sold over 1,400
"a must read ... one of the most inspiring books I've ever
read ... sensitive stories of hope and courage... inspirational ..."
To order this book To date over 1,400 books have been sold! The book is also available
Cancer Nursing Practice Journal
for Professionals working in Cancer Care,April 2009/ Volume 8/ Issue
3. Sunshine & ShadowsAuthor: Clare FitzgibbonPublisher: Encircling PublicationsPages: 225Price: £6.99ISBN: 9780955614002
"This autobiographical account
of the author’s work as a Macmillan nurse includes moving narratives of patients, illustrating how they touched her
life. But this is no glossy, glamorised story. It reveals the hard work, stress and heartache of cancer nursing. That the
author has survived is a tribute to her resilience, and that she has managed to capture her world vividly, is a tribute to
her writing ability. I recommend it to nurses and students."
Sheila Payne, Help the Hospices Chair in Hospice Studies, International
Observatory on End of Life Care. Lancaster University.
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