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Mike Hardwich Lowry on CARTE BLANCHE

For those who missed Carte Blanche last night and didn’t see The Killing Fields segment, where our author Mike Hardwich Lowry spoke about harmful agricultural chemicals, click HERE to view the piece on Carte Blanche’s website. Look out for Mike’s new book (The Green Desert), releasing later this year, on this very topic.

Mike is also the author of the fabulous veterinary memoirs The Lion and the Lamb and The Rhino and the Rat.  And later this year, his next veterinary book (The Tiger and the Tortoise) will also be released.


Hennie Keyter’s Book Launch – HIS CALL, MY ALL

On Sunday evening, the 23rd of February, Hennie Keyter will be sharing his story with us, looking back at his life in the service of the Lord and looking forward to the continuing mission God has for him and for us all.

Hennie would love to see you there – please join him at the Cornerstone Church in Bedfordview (18h00) if you are free.

Click HERE to go through to Cornerstone Church’s website for more information.

Copies of Hennie’s book His Call, My All will be on sale.



Welcome to Melissa Delport

The Legacy Trilogy, written by Melissa DelportA big welcome to TMP’s newest author, Melissa Delport.

Coming this July, books 1 & 2 of THE LEGACY TRILOGY (The Legacy and The Legion) will bowl readers over with the fast-paced, edge of your seat, page turning writing.  And the final instalment, The Legend, will release in the first few months of 2015.



Mike Hardwich’s launch of The Rhino and the Rat

The launch of Mike Hardwich’s book The Rhino and the Rat – Further Memoirs of a Vet was fabulous!

Good people (all 270 of them), good food (thanks to the Lowry family for the scrumptious catering), good book sales (170 copies sold, with thanks to Exclusive Books Westville), and good money raised for the Dr Mike Hardwich Foundation (thank you to Brian Duckitt for donating his painting to be auctioned, to Judy Lowry for acting as auctioneer and to Estie Schreiber for placing the highest bid of R20 000 on behalf of the Irma Schutte Foundation).

And my last gratitude goes to the remarkable author, Mike Hardwich – one fine writer, vet and man!