|03-18-2011 03:21 PM CET - Advertising, Media Consulting, Marketing Research||
May 15 marks the 70th anniversary of the first jet powered flight in Britain
Press release from: Datum Publishing Limited
We, Datum Publishing, announced a few weeks ago the release of 'JET', the story of Sir Frank Whittle and the invention of the Jet Engine by John Golley. We as 'by default' publishers released the title as a consequence of acquiring the rights to the book with a view of pursuing the development of a motion picture about Sir Frank and his amazing story. The re-release included new pictures and an addendum by Ian Whittle (Sir Frank's son) discussing current views on the debate that rages around the German/British race to invent the engine in the 1930s. With this objective still the primary goal of the publishing team, today we announce the creation of a fund to finance the production of the film 'Jet'.
As the 70th anniversary approaches, the publishers have decided to set aside 20% of all income received by them via the sale of the book for this fund, effective immediately. The story of Sir Frank is one of the great Engineering achievements of Britain that has had monumental impact on the world and we hope the press and the public get behind the project to ensure this story is filmed and shown to the world.
Jet is available from Datum Publishing, Amazon, iBookstore and all good bookstores.
Datum Publishing Ltd was formed in 2009 with the objective of promoting high quality and informative works of literature in the mainstream market. We aim to promote works via original And unique methods ensuring far reaching marketing and maximum exposure for the titles under publication.
We have local distribution in the UK, and also on the East and West coast of the USA so we can offer good local shipping rates across the USA and Europe from this store. All our books are available from any good bookshops, and also from the Amazon UK and USA websites.
For sales inquiries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Should you have a story or novel you would like us to consider for publication please contact us at email@example.com and we will be happy to offer feedback.
We have also create a website dedicated to Sir Frank Whittle: www.sirfrankwhittlebooks.co.uk
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