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The latest royal wedding – set to be watched by a TV audience of billions – is staged on this of all days to draw attention from release of the first ever ebook editions of Anthony Delano’s Slip-Up ... the embarrassing story of the biggest boo-boo by Her Majesty’s Finest since Queen Victoria’s Bobbies let Jack the Ripper slip through their fingers.
Somehow, there was a leak at BeWrite Books of Slip-Up’s international release date on April 29 and the Windsors’ wise advisers plotted, behind gilded doors at Buckingham Palace, to scheme an extravagant diversion. Money was no object, and Wills and Kate received a royal command to tie the knot to coincide and present a blushing bride rather than a blushing Queen ...
Read how the royal wedding is timed as a cynical diversion from release of 'Slip-Up' ... the inside story of Ronnie Biggs, who became the world's most wanted man after he and a gang of jokers pulled off the biggest heist in history, The Great Train Robery: http://www.bewritebooks.blogspot.com/.
Best wishes. Neil
O-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oh! There was us wondering how the royals knew it was our friend's wedding anniversary and all the time they were trying to usurp a Biggs book. And don't worry - the billions watching the RW will be mostly sheep. There was a Guardian survey recently that found that until the media started bashing on about it, the great majority of the peeps in the UK weren't remotely interested in the Windsor/Middleton wedding plans. So -
Thank you BeWrite Books for some alternative entertainment for THE MAJORITY on 29th April!
Anyone reading this - you simply must go over to Neil's blog (see link above) even if it's only to see that marvellous photo of ERII showing her feelings!