Social Media Campaign: ‘Memoirs of Franz Schreiber’ (Ringwood)


Hi friends! In case you didn’t know, I am currently interning at the delightful Ringwood, an independent publisher based in Glasgow. Recently, I have been given the responsibility of looking after the social media campaign for an upcoming book launch. I’m having great fun with it already and thought some of you might be interested in learning more about Charles P. Sharkey’s fantastic new novel, ‘Memoirs of Franz Schreiber’.

‘Memoirs of Franz Schreiber’ offers to you a unique perspective concerning the trials and turmoil of life in Germany during the First World War, its aftermath, and the lead up to the Second World War. When Franz Schreiber and his mother get the news that Franz’s beloved father will not be returning to their home in Berlin from the battlefields of the First World War, their lives are changed in unimaginable ways. This novel follows Franz as he grows into a man, highlights the endless effects of war, and tells the story of a life littered with love, tragedy and danger.

You can order ‘Memoirs of Franz Schreiber’ NOW from <…/memoirs-of-franz-schreiber-by…/> for £9.99 (plus P&P). Everyone ordering in the period before the book launch (14th June) will be given the option to have the book posted out to them on the day of the launch or to have a signed copy presented to them by the author at the launch.

You can find out more about the launch here.  Admission is free, all are welcome, food and drink will be available, literature and music will be prominent, and a great night is guaranteed. So come along, and bring as many friends as you can!


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