Book Launch Day

Today is the day that ‘The Lance Grows Rusty’ is available to everybody.   All of the spearopt1profits are going to go back to medical research so please go ahead and buy a copy.

The story is a fictional tale inspired by my ten years in research labs prior to joining the University of Edinburgh.  If you have ever worked in research science then something in this book will resonate.  If you have ever worked with me then maybe a wry smile of remembrance will cross your lips as you read.

There are two options.  You can get a kindle version here.  (£1.70 of your £2.99 will go to medical research)

Or you can go to the just giving page  and donate at least £2.99 for a copy of the PDF. (95% of your donation will go to medical research).

Please be aware that there is a 24 hour delay with the justgiving page and you need to give your permission for us to contact you otherwise they withhold your email address.

(If you have donated anonymously on that page and want a copy of the book then please get in touch telling us when and what you donated and we will send you a copy.)

Please spread this message as far and as wide as you can and let’s see how much we can raise.

Consider it like a fund raising raffle but you have already won a book to read in your coffee break.

Author: Anatomy Fundamentals

Janet Philp has spent a lifetime exploring fitness and wellbeing. Starting in group exercise, travelling through rugby to representing the UK at martial arts before including Yoga, meditation, Budokon and personal instruction. Her passion is anatomical function and educating people to use their bodies to their full potential.

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