Linda Parker book PR success story

Our latest book PR success story, for historian and author Linda Parker, is now online. Author agency Palamedes was appointed to promote Dr Parker’s biography of World War One army chaplain Reverend Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy, aka “Woodbine Willie” – A Seeker After Truths. You can you read about how how we approached the campaign, and the media exposure…

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Radio interviews for Linda Parker

Historian and author Linda Parker has been interviewed by a wide range of UK radio stations concerning her research into World War One hero “Woodbine Willie”. Dr Parker, a client of author PR agency Palamedes, has spoken with stations including BBC Radio Merseyside, BBC Jersey, Amber Sound and Metro Radio about how army chaplain Reverend Geoffrey Studdert…

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Woodbine Willie spent almost his entire salary on cigarettes for sick and dying soldiers

There has been further media exposure for historian and author Linda Parker, it was revealed today. Dr Parker’s new research into the life of World War One army chaplain, Reverend Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy, nicknamed “Woodbine Willie”, has been featured on MSN UK. The author and historian, whose acclaimed biography of Studdert Kennedy, A Seeker After Truths, is out now,…

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The cigarette saint of No Man’s Land

There has been further national exposure for historian and author Linda Parker concerning her new research into World War One hero Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy. The Daily Mirror, Metro and Daily Mail have all reported on Dr Parker’s findings that Studdert Kennedy, popularly known as Woodbine Willie, was so generous that he gave away close to one million cigarettes to…

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War-time chaplain who gave troops ‘one final gasper’

Historian and author Linda Parker has been featured on the world’s most popular English-language news website, the Mail Online. The newspaper has covered new research by the respected World War One historian that reveals that WW1 hero Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy, popularly known as Woodbine Willie, was so generous that he gave away close to one million cigarettes to…

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