Petition to Amazon, Amazon.com
Stop Amazon from removing reviews on books
Amazon are making it harder for us to get and keep reviews on our books. They ask for reviews and ratings on the products but then pick at how you obtained it. We are always appreciative of readers who leave a review after reading our work, but many are being removed. The problem is a lot of readers follow their favourite authors on Facebook or appear on their friends list and Amazon see this as bias. Facebook is a social networking site, and authors and readers alike use it as such. Readers find it to be one of the easiest way to get updates and interact with Authors. Unfortunately Amazon is taking this as a sign that the readers are showing bias when leaving a review and removing it. The readers are being penalised for wanting to befriend an author and get updates. This in turn is making it difficult for authors, if we don't accept friend requests, we risk losing readers, but on the other hand if we do we lose reviews. We are in a no win position as reviews are needed for our books to gain visibility.
Petition to Netflix, Warner Brothers, BBC, Velvet tv, All3media
Make 'Theirs not to reason why' by Jean Johnson into a tv series
If you have read 'Theirs not to reason why', and enjoyed the series as much as I have. Then sign this petition and help bring Ia's universe to life on screen. If you are unfortunate to have not read the series yet or not much of a reader but love Sy-Fi, then look no further. This is a wonderful thought out series with lots of action, and a dabble of humour, twisted together to create a wide universe of different types of aliens. From diplomatic Gatsugi, to human and alien eating Salik. So pleace sign this petition to bring it alive on the screen for all to enjoy.
Petition to Arwyn Jones, Mohammed Mehmet
Save Children's Library Services - Denbighshire Bookstart
Denbighshire Bookstart Sessions are under threat from funding cuts by Denbighshire County Council. These bilingual sessions of play, stories and singing are run by a wonderful team of ladies who engage every child and enable parents/grandparents to be confident in educating their children from day one. Every session is well attended, often standing room only. We have already seen library hours cut and Amser Twf finish. Baby groups are so limited already, to see Bookstart sessions cut, or even reduced, would be detrimental to children's early eduction. We call upon Denbighshire CC to: Maintain, or increase, current provision Keep Auntie Donna, Auntie Nina and Auntie Glen entertaining, educating and stimulating our children