Author to donate book proceeds to hospice youngsters
A leading Midlands psychic and author is donating proceeds from his new book to help youngsters with life-limiting conditions.
Patrick Deadman says he was profoundly moved during a recent visit to Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People, a charity based in his home town of Loughborough.
Patrick said: “The care made available to youngsters and their families when they need it is incredible – you can feel the love as soon as you step into the hospice. Visiting was a very moving experience. And I’d like to contribute, not least of all because the charity is on my doorstep.”
His book, ‘Full Circle – Reflections of a Romany psychic’ tells the story of how, as a young Gypsy boy he began to have powerful visions – and his development as a psychic. But it is also story of the nomadic Romany culture which now no longer exists.
Patrick has pledged to donate one pound for each copy sold.
Tom Stanyard, from Rainbows, said: “We are grateful to Patrick for his generosity in donating to the hospice from sales of his new book – and pleased that he was so inspired following his visit to Rainbows. Every penny raised goes towards youngsters and their families when they need us most.”
Full Circle – Reflections of a Romany psychic retails at £10. Copies are available at a special event at the Spice of India restaurant in Syston on Wednesday evening, 13 December, or to order by email at firstname.lastname@example.org