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First Belle Books & Stories Podcast

Posted by Richard on April 24th, 2020

Kay hosted the first episode in our Belle Books & Stories Podcast series. She focused on Hurricane Hutch’s Top 10 Ships of the Clyde, the popular social history book about life on the Clyde that first introduced us to publishing.

Kay was joined by Michael McLaughlin, Head of Tourism for The Friends of TS Queen Mary to talk about the book and their work restoring this iconic vessel.

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My Life in Thirty Seven Therapies now available as an Audiobook

Posted by Richard on April 15th, 2020

Part memoir, part guide, this is Kay’s journey of self-discovery as she faces up to her darkest moments.

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Tigeropolis Adventure Game Now Free on iPhone

Posted by Richard on March 15th, 2020

Yes, great news! We are pleased to announce that Tigeropolis a Jungle Adventure is now free on iPhone and iPad. Just download the app from the AppStore.

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A Decade To Remember

Posted by Richard on December 31st, 2019

It’s been quite a decade for us at Belle Media. We’ve moved from consultancy on high profile projects such as the Olympic Legacy and the World Cup, through innovative solutions to well-being and now are focussed much more on the development of our own multi-platform IP. Highlights, in no particular order include:

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‘37 Therapies’ garners wide-spread media attention

Posted by Richard on November 1st, 2019

Kay’s long anticipated book “My Life in 37 Therapies” – part memoir, part self-help and well-being guide –was published by specialist publisher RedDoor on 4th July 2019 to great acclaim.

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Tigeropolis – School Book Tour marks publication of “Caught in the Trap”

Posted by Richard on April 15th, 2019

World Book Day 2019 (Thursday 7th March) was a perfect opportunity to mark the publication of the latest in the Tigeropolis series – “Caught in the Trap”.

In the run up to the big day I visited fourteen schools in just over six weeks, covering schools in and around London, in Kent and in Central Scotland. It was great to find so many children so keen to learn more about tigers and conservation.

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Captain Bobo Makes a Splash!

Posted by Richard on July 1st, 2018

June saw the launch of the latest in the Adventures of Captain Bobo picture book series.

A ferry boat takes a short-cut through some dangerous rocks and Captain Bobo and his crew must come to the rescue.

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A Bafta sized celebration of the new Tigeropolis Video Game

Posted by Richard on November 29th, 2016

Last Friday industry leaders joined the creative team behind Tigeropolis a Jungle Adventure at an event at BAFTA to celebrate the game’s forthcoming launch on Apple TV.

The game launches mid December.

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Tigeropolis a ‘roaring success’ at Foyles, Bristol

Posted by Richard on October 26th, 2016

We had great fun roaring on the crowd at Foyles Cabot Square Bristol yesterday. A crowd of over 20 keen young explorers and their parents heard Richard highlight some fun facts about tigers. He explained why he decided to write the fun children’s adventure book and why it’s important to help these magnificent creatures thrive in the wild.

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Hurricane Hutch’s Top 10 Ships of the Clyde – Now Reprinted

Posted by Richard on October 15th, 2016

80 pages – Full Colour, 90 Photographs.

We are delighted to announce a reprint of Hurricane Hutch last month. The new stock has come just in time for Christmas. It’s a perfect present and a ‘must have’ for any Clyde Steamer enthusiasts, or indeed for people just interested in books on West Scotland.

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