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Yours for Eternity

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* Live television interviews to be arranged via satellite * Press interview with Fairfax newspapers in Australia and New Zealand * National radio interviews on programs such as Radio National's Life Matters and Radio New Zealand's Kim Hill * Wide review coverage across national broadsheet, tabloid and weekly newspapers * Review coverage in a wide range of magazines such as Australian Women's Weekly, M2 Woman, Penthouse, GQ and North & South * Review coverage in law and current affairs journals * Wide review coverage online * Giveaways through select regional press * Advertisements in literary and current affairs publications such as Good Reading and The Big Issue and on their associated websites * Online advertising on romance readers websites: 'A real life romance' * Major social media campaign including targeted advertising on Facebook and Goodreads * Significant budget for bookseller catalogues * Banner advertising on bookseller websites * Feature title in Text newsletters and website

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'Damien Echols suffered a shocking miscarriage of justice. A nightmare few could endure. An innocent man on death row for more than eighteen years, abused by the very system we all fund. His story will appal, fascinate, and render you feeble with tears and laughter. A brilliant memoir to battle with literary giants of the calibre of Jean Genet, Gregory David Roberts, and Dostoevsky.' -- Johnny Depp 'This is a stunning piece of work. Such hope while faced with injustice. Damien teaches us how to live.' -- Eddie Vedder on Life After Death 'Wrongfully imprisoned by willfully ignorant cops, prosecutors and judge, Damien Echols draws on all his wits and his unique view of humanity to survive eighteen years on death row. My admiration for him, and the strength of his spirit, increases with every page.' -- Peter Jackson, Academy Award-winning director, producer and screenwriter 'The life of Damien Echols is a journey similar to that of the metal that becomes a samurai's sword. Heated and pounded until it becomes hardened, it can hold its edge for centuries. It is incredible that Damien endured and survived one of the most tragic miscarriages of American justice, and emerged such a centered, articulate and extraordinary man and writer. Life After Death proves that he paid dearly for his wisdom.' -- Henry Rollins 'Even for this remarkable young man, every day was a struggle, and his survival, his sanity, is won on every page. This is a deeply moving book, almost Dickensian in its moral scope: religion, hypocrisy, evil in office, with virtue and good fellowship finally triumphant. And no irony.' Weekend Australian on Life After Death 'Exceptional memoir by the most famous of the West Memphis Three ... bare facts alone would make for an interesting story. However, Echols is at heart a poet and mystic, and he has written not just a quickie one-off book to capitalize on a lurid news story, but rather a work of art that occasionally bears a resemblance to the work of Jean Genet. A voracious reader all his life, Echols vividly tells his story, from his impoverished childhood in a series of shacks and mobile homes to his emergence after half a lifetime behind bars as a psychically scarred man rediscovering freedom in New York City. The author also effectively displays his intelligence and sensitivity, qualities the Arkansas criminal justice system had no interest in recognizing during Echols' ordeal. Essential reading.' Kirkus Reviews on Life After Death 'This memoir is about as far away from a publicity-seeking I-was-wronged story as possible. The author opts for a meatier, and certainly more haunting, account of his life behind bars, coupled with flashbacks to his childhood ... it achieves the kind of emotional resonance that many similar books lack. A tragic and often disturbing story.' Booklist on Life After Death 'Echols' memoir isn't only a story of justice delayed; it's also a tale of romance, resilience, and the power of the written word.' Oprah Magazine on Life After Death

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