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Posted by spiceloft on October 11, 2003 at 14:22:06:

Following my recent posting about the book, From the Heart of Ireland, I would like to ask for your help.
As you know, proceeds of the book are going to Laura's Hope to fund research in Huntington's Disease so we want to make sure as many people as possible know about it.
Would you send details to your friends and colleagues who are in your e-mail address book? As you will appreciate, we want the money to go to the charity so there is very little for the usual forms of advertising and marketing but contacting friends and colleagues in this way means we get the message out to the right kind of people.

If you want to save time, you might like to copy and paste this:

This is just to let you know that a book has just been published in aid of a very deserving charity, and I’m very pleased to say that a friend of mine - Sean Lyons- is a part of it.

The book is called “From The Heart Of Ireland” and is a collection of inspirational true-life stories compiled to raise funds for the benefit of Laura's Hope, an international charity devoted to finding a cure for Huntington’s disease.

Sean's story, African Redemption is in there along with Gay Byrne and Mary Kennedy, John Sheahan of the Dubliners, Con Cluskey of the Bachelors, politicians Liam Twomey, Marian Harkin, John Perry, Liz McManus and Gerry Adams, journalists Mary Kenny and Angela Doyle; authors Ken Bruen, Ultan Cowley, Soinbhe Lally and Martin Malone; businessmen Feargal Quinn and Bill Cullen, world famous sports physiotherapist Gerard Hartmann and plenty more.

It has been compiled in such a way that whenever you have got a few minutes to spare – even while the commercials are interrupting your favourite TV programme – you can read a full story, or two. You can dip in and out whenever the mood takes you and in just a few minutes gain inspiration from one of the many stories.

If you’d like to know a little more about Laura’s Hope charity, go to and if you'd like to know more about the book, have a look at .

I know you’ll enjoy it yourself and I'm sure it would make a great present for someone else.

Thanks for your help.

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