Avril Dalzie Saunders Time Makes Changes

ISBN: 978-1846670527
98 pages.

Read about 'Time Makes Changes' and all my other books on my website

Sally Harper Purpose

ISBN: 9781301753239
200 pages.

Sylvia pops out for some last minute shopping for her dinner party, little knowing her life is about to change forever. Frances waits by the phone for her mother's call. A tragedy which claims one life throws two others improbably together. Was this simply a tragic accident or a malicious act of violence? Who suffers most? The Killer? The Victim? Or the one left behind?


Paul Burton Films

20, Leicester Road, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 5BA

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Press Release


Paul Burton Films are currently in pre-production with a new short drama film which is being made in association with Avril Dalziel Saunders. 


With a screenplay by Paul Burton – who is also set to produce and direct the film –Broken Promises is based on a short story by author, Avril Dalziel Saunders.


The film is set to be made at Elstree Studios in north London and on location nearby on Monday 20th February 2012. The completed film will then be broadcast later this year as part of a short film strand on the following TV channels: Information TV (Sky 231), Information TV + 1 (Sky 189) and Showcase TV 2 (Sky 203).


The story concerns Jenny who, before she was married, nursed her widowed mother for several years after she was left paralysed and speechless from a stroke. In the film, the character of Chloe Richards recalls the twists and turns of fate that Jenny faced in the year following the death of her mother; and how her attempts to rebuild her life were thwarted when she met her then future husband, Harry Curtis.


About Paul Burton


Paul has a prolific number of writing, producing & directing credits to his name. Since 1989, Paul has both founded and run several of his own arts projects, including community film & television projects. He now works as a freelance writer, consultant, filmmaker and film & TV historian. His credits include being engaged by Elstree Studios to work on projects relating to the history of the complex. He’s currently working on a new book with Gary Morecambe about his late father, Eric Morecambe.


About Avril Dalziel Saunders


Avril Dalziel Saunders is an author who turned to writing after retiring from her job working at Thames Television. The award-winning company held the ITV London area franchise from 1968 – 1992 and were based in Teddington, Middlesex.

Avril’s new book, entitled Mammograms Save Lives, is to be released in spring 2012. It's the true story of her journey with breast cancer during 2011. All profits from sales of the book will go to breast cancer care and Macmillan nurses.


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Paul Burton Films

20, Leicester Road, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 5BA

Tel.: 0116 271 7005 – Mob.: 07804 205 510


Main Website:


Press Release

Avril Dalziel Saunders Mammogram's Save Lives

ISBN: 978-1-907728-36
70 pages.

I was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2011. I felt well, had no symptoms, had never smoked, ate a healthy diet and exercised regularly, so how could this be? There was no explanation, it can happen to anyone!

I have written my story in order to raise awareness and encourage every woman between the ages of 50 and 70 to go along for a mammogram. In the UK, the NHS offers this service free to women every three years but sadly 25% do not attend.

Avril Dalziel Saunders What's For Ye , Won't Go By Ye

ISBN: 978-1846670138
288 pages.

The story follows the life of two generations of the MacGregor family through the eyes of Linda, Douglas MacGregor's daughter. Beginning in the Possilpark area of Glasgow in 1950 when Linda is two years old, the novel traces the family's struggles though the first part of 20th Century. From the hardships of the 1930's and love story between her parents, Douglas and Margie through the terrifying war years of the 1940's.

Avril Dalziel Saunders Chasin' that Carrot

ISBN: 978-1905809394
242 pages.

It is 1969, James and Linda Alexander start married life with everything against them, she is pregnant, money is tight and they rent a pokey wee room and kitchen in  Glasgow's east-end with an outside toilet in the close which they share with two other families. The hardships and humour of ordinary folk living in Glasgow during this era come into their own in this book.

Dr Tony Heathcote Wellington's Peninsular War Generals and their Battles

ISBN: 9781848840614
208 pages.


Wellington’s Peninsular War Generals and their Battles is an informative, yet highly entertaining book and is a good piece of essential referencing work to those interested in the period as well as the wider history of the British Army. 

Wentworth Club Ltd Wentworth - a host of happy memories

ISBN: 0-9521595-0-3 Publisher: Wentworth Club Ltd
166 pages.
When I first commissioned this publication to coincide with the opening of the refurbished clubhouse, I had no idea what an enthralling and absorbing book it would turn out to be....Elliott Bernerd Club Chairman 1993

Jill Williams The Thorpe Picture Book

The history of Thorpe in words and pictures. ?5.95 from the Egham-by-Runnymede Historical society
The history of this wonderful college and buidling in words and pictures.
A history of Runnymede in Pictures. Available from the Eghan-by-Runnymede Historial society.
Royal Landscape. The Gardens and Parks of Windsor

Gary Murray Enemies of the State

Enemies of the State
The Story of Windsor Great Park
A Panorama of the Holy Land

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