Announcing Two Captivating eBook & Audio Titles "Amazing Olympians" & "Amazing People of London"

Top Quote So, who won the first marathon of the modern era? What would Shakespeare have said about London, where he made his name and fame? What would Pierre de Coubertin have said about his experiences of London when it hosted the 1908 Olympics? Charlotte Cooper was the first lady to win a modern title, but did not receive an Olympic medal, why? How would Charles Dickens have talked about early London? End Quote
    QuoteThe most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part; Pierre de Coubertin - Founder of modern Olympic GamesQuote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 05, 2012 - AMAZING OLYMPIC STORIES
    An inspirational journey of discovery into the little known stories behind the scenes
    Who are the people behind it all and what are their stories?
    What were the challenges and how were they overcome?
    How did it all start, then end, then recommence and why?
    Why bear torches and what do they symbolise?
    Where did the Olympic rings originate?
    Interview with none other than William Penny Brookes - founder of the UK Olympics & Founding Father of The International Olympic Movement.
    FREE to all members.

    Gain a unique insight into the lives of Amazing Olympians and explore the City of London in the footsteps of personal historical tour guides. An educational journey of inspiration & discovery through the London 2012 Olympics!

    Announcing two captivating titles "Amazing Olympians" and "Amazing People of London", available in eBook and audio formats.

    Embrace the true spirit of the Games as they unfurl on a global stage. The Amazing People Club has developed this unique approach by developing BioViews® - virtual biographical interviews with champions from many fields. Their amazing stories will inspire both the young and the old on their own journey, be it personal or professional and unveil how it is possible to turn opportunities into achievements in their own lives through sheer determination and skill.

    Personal Stories of Amazing Olympians
    The Amazing People Club has brought their exciting BioView® concept to the 2012 Olympic celebrations. 'Amazing Olympians' recreates the lives and times of those who have made Olympic history, both on the fields of play and behind the scenes. It features Pierre de Coubertin, Charlotte Cooper, William Penny Brookes, Jesse Owens, Sonje Heine, Johnny Weissmuller and many more. See

    Personal Historical Tour of London
    For 2012, enjoy a 'city tour' unlike any other. 'The Amazing People of London' explores the lives of iconic characters including Charles Dickens, Florence Nightingale, Queen Victoria, Shakespeare and Charlie Chaplin who become your personal historical guides through London's colourful history. See

    These and the other stories in the series are presented in the first person, as if they have returned to tell their story. It is done through a fascinating biographical interview, called a BioView®, developed by international psychologist Dr Charles Margerison.

    The Amazing People Club frequently offers exclusive free audios and eBooks to its members. Imagine rubbing shoulders with some of the most amazing people in the world! Club members can be assured of being in the best of company. For the month of June and July, the William Penny Brookes eBook and Audio will be available for download via the website. Follow in his footsteps - he was instrumental in the evolution and inspiration of the modern Olympic movement. His contribution was pivotal in the promotion of health and fitness being translated into such an epic event as the Olympic Games.

    Simply 'sign up' at today if not already a member. Don't miss out on this opportunity to be amazed by delving deep into the lives of inspirational people in a completely new and engaging manner.

    For further information, please contact marion ( @ ) amazingpeopleclub dot com

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