Keith Buckley lives in North Yorkshire but was born in Oldham, Lancashire.
Following a career working in building societies and banking he is the founder of a new publishing community called Movements (part of Sharp Edge Publishing).
With the strap line, 'community, concern and care through communication', Movements is encouraging sufferers of chronic conditions to support each other by sharing their experience of living successfully with their symptoms and daily challenges.
Movements is also bringing together all providers of products and services to this community, truly becoming 'a bridge between commerce and care'.
Together with illustrator Andrew Gordon, he is originating and publishing information and strategy based programmes covering a wide range of conditions.
Launched in 2014 - Movements 'Muffins' is a new imprint of Movements/Sharp Edge Publishing. It will further develop the Movements theme, making titles more accessible to a wider audience.
When not aiming for these lofty ideals he enjoys motorcycling, watching motor sport (especially F1 & sports car racing), spending time in Crete and trying to learn Greek!
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Where to buy in print
Fly Without A Shadow - Meditations on Oneness
by Dr Edwin Pugh
This is a collection of meditations about some of life's fundamental philosophical questions: Why am I here? Why me? What is my purpose? What is my value? What is death? How should I love? It is not a book about religion. I hope it will be of interest to those both with and without a faith but who philosophically question the purpose of life.
Even The Crazy Man Wept
by Dr Edwin Pugh
Even The Crazy Man Wept challenges the reader to see, in response to the genocide in Cambodia and its aftermath, compassion, sadness, love and righteous anger expressed by a remarkable man, Bob Maat, who shared his life with the poor during this time. The events and names in this book are real and form his reflections on 30 years of living with and caring for his neighbours.
A Patchwork of Poems
by Catherine M Wheeler
This short book is essentially a reflection, through poetry and prose, of the experience of life through the eyes and words of a talented poet and tireless worker for the benefit of others. It culminates with a consideration of when it is time to say goodbye to friends and loved ones following a final stay in hospital after surgery, clinical treatment and convalescence have all run their course.
Beating Ulcerative Colitis
by Keith Buckley
Become part of the solution to your ulcerative colitis health challenges with our new success programme, now published for your e-reader. Contained within 3 sub volumes: 'Beating Ulcerative Colitis' is written by and for sufferers of this chronic and often life limiting condition.
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