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|Liverpool legend to write foreword for 3rd book in John Lennon Series|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Tuesday, 12/17/13 5:17 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
She Loves You, the third book in the nine book John Lennon Series by Jude Southerland Kessler, will include some very familiar names from the Beatles world, including Beatles authority and the creator of MerseyBeat magazine, Bill Harry. Bill has agreed to again write the foreword for this third book, along with making himself available for consulting and contributing rare photos.
As a soon-to-be new author in 2007, Jude Southerland Kessler originally thought Bill Harry was out of the realm of possibilities. "Rather star struck, I wrote to Bill, thinking, 'Oh he's a vastly important Beatles' authority, author, and one of John's best friends. I'm sure he'll never answer a fledgling author like me,'" said Kessler. "Not only did he answer my question immediately, but he agreed to write the Foreword." And so began a friendship that has lasted two decades and three installments of Jude Kessler's John Lennon Series.
Bill Harry is the author of The Ultimate Beatles Encyclopedia, The John Lennon Encyclopedia and Love Me Do: Behind the Scenes at the Recording of the Beatles' First Single.
She Loves You is due to be released on February 7 and will debut at It Was 50 Years Ago Today! An International Beatles Celebration in Altoona, PA and at The Fest for Beatles Fans in Manhattan that same weekend.
For more information on Jude Southerland Kessler and the John Lennon Series, go to www.JohnLennonSeries.com.
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