A poignant early scene in The Rooms We Never Enter is a lunch date at 44 Brasserie, The Calls, overlooking the River Aire in Leeds city centre. You can have lunch with Philip at this lovely restaurant, and he can talk with you about how his idea for the book, and its setting, came about plus everything at the Super Patron Paperback level.
Philip is an experienced author of non-fiction and fiction, as well as being a sought-after ghostwriter and editor. He will read your unpublished book (up to a maximum of 75,000 words) and give you professional feedback on content, structure and language plus everything at the Super Patron Paperback level.
If you run a restaurant, or have a signature dish, or perhaps have a fitness boutique or a herbal remedy, Philip can work your product into the text of The Rooms We Never Enter, subject to its suitability for the narrative and the setting plus everything at the Super Patron Paperback level.
A small number of fans and friends of Philip have followed and supported his novel-writing career from the beginning. If you wish to make a larger investment in his career, you may wish to select the Platinum option. In return, you will be invited to a select, annual lunch where he will discuss with you, and other selected supporters, his plans for future titles. The lunch would take place in either Leeds or London, depending on which is the more convenient for most members. Membership will cover travel within western Europe, and of course the meal itself plus a 1st edition paperback and your name in the list of Super Patrons in the front of the book.