A journal of my 21 days spent in London and Liverpool seeing many Beatle sites, starting with Paul's house in London to Woolton Baths in Liverpool.
Sandi Anne Borowsky (author)
Waterstones and also here on Amazon.uk. The Facebook Page to learn more is here at The Trip Of A Lifetime. 10% of the proceeds of the book, Sandi plans on donating to a UK charity.
The author Sandi Borowsky has been a confirmed Beatlemaniac since the time her mom brought home a copy of "P.S. I Love You" on the Tollie Label. She's loved them ever since with her favorite Beatle being Ringo Starr!! Sandi spent a year putting this book together which reads like a journal with original photos included.
About The Trip Of A Lifetime
The idea came to Sandi to share her journals as a favor to her friend, Anna Frawley. Anna does a popular Beatles show, Anna's Beatle Hour on wnet Not only did Anna read the journal entries on her show, she's also contributed a Forward for this wonderful book as well. Sandi's journals were so well loved that she decided to turn them into a book, which is already receiving a lot of interest & excitement. If you love the Beatles & enjoy anything to do with their early days, then this is the book for you!
Stage, St Pete's Hall, Woolton, Liverpool.
St Pete, is the site of where John Lennon met Paul McCartney for the first time at a gig at the Church's garden fete on July 6, 1957.
Sign outside of the market, St Pete's, Woolton, Liverpool
The Cavern in Liverpool
Photos used in this post are used by permission of © Sandi Anne Borowsky. Please do not use without permission. Cover art work designed by © David Michael Lyndon Thomas.
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