Twenty-four Plus Six
If you're ordering from the US you can head to Barnes & Noble or Amazon.com. Or from Canada you can use Amazon.ca and from Australia Amazon.com.au. Twenty-four Plus Six is available on many other Amazon marketplaces internationally.
Donation to Charity
Amy is donating 5% of her author royalties from every purchase of Twenty-four Plus Six over the next few months to 6 different charities. The organisations she's supporting include Ronald McDonald House Charities UK and The Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trust.
Ronald McDonald House Charities UK provides 'home from home' accommodation to families with children in hospital. They've got 14 Houses across the UK and Amy's family stayed in 3 of them over the 5 months that their daughter was in neonatal care.
The Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trust supports the Neonatal Unit at Medway Maritime Hospital in Gillingham, Kent. It fundraises for highly specialised equipment needed to care for sick and premature babies and looks after approximately 1,000 babies a year.
Amy's so happy she's now able to give back and support other little ones going through tough journeys, as well as their families. So if you're able to buy the book perhaps for yourself, or as a gift, know that your purchase will be supporting these amazing charities. Any orders count, both of the Kindle version and the paperback.
My Very Little Sister and the Very Big Story
My Very Little Sister and the Very Big Story costs £6.99 in order to cover printing, postage and packaging and make a small profit for the Early Birth Association, which provides fundamental support to hospitalised babies in Sussex, as well as to their families.
Postage within the UK is included in the price of the book. Please contact us to enquire about international postage rates, which will be charged in addition to the book cost.
The Brett family provides two free copies to each neonatal unit across the UK for them to keep on the ward and share with families.