Winter of the World inspires real life stories of World War Two as Pan Macmillan and ABF The Soldiers’ Charity announce partnership.
Inspired by Winter of the World, the second novel in Ken’s epic ‘the Century trilogy’, Pan Macmillan published in September 2013 an ebook containing some of the incredibly moving stories of World War Two to raise money for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity - the national charity of the British Army since 1944.
Pan Macmillan created a story bank on Ken’s Facebook page and invited his fans to upload their own, real-life stories of World War Two. Readers from across the world, from the USA to Europe, Asia to Africa, were inspired to post personal voices of a generation and its descendants. A selection of their stories was used to compile an ebook which includes a contribution from Ken himself, about his own family’s experience of the war.
The partnership between Pan Macmillan and The Soldiers’ Charity will offer generations, young and old, a glimpse into the deep effects of the war on each and every family at this terrible moment in history. All profits from the sale of this ebook will go directly to The Soldiers’ Charity. Ken has also given an exclusive interview in the latest issue of the charity’s supporters magazine ‘FrontLine’ which is published now.
To buy your copy
Real Stories of World War Two is available in Kindle format at http://www.amazon.co.uk/Real-Stories-World-War-ebook/dp/B00EV4OE62/
About ABF The Soldiers’ Charity
ABF The Soldiers’ Charity – the British Army’s national charity since 1944 – supports thousands of soldiers, former soldiers and their families each year. The charity makes financial grants to individuals in times of need and specialist charities supporting the wider Army family. The need for support continues to grow.
Major General Martin Rutledge, Chief Executive of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity says:
Every day, we at ABF The Soldiers’ Charity deal with the repercussions of the real stories emerging from conflicts going back to World War II. We are here for all soldiers, former soldiers and their families across the spectrum of need: be it physical and mental suffering; financial hardship or making the transition into civilian life. It is especially moving that Ken Follett in so kindly extending this most generous support to The Soldiers’ Charity, has ensured that the stories shared by real people of their real joys and sorrows of World War II, will result in helping those in need today; we are extremely grateful.
Fall of Giants – Book I of the Century Trilogy
Winter of the World – Book II of the Century Trilogy
Edge of Eternity – Book III of the Century Trilogy