Sunday Times bestselling author Vernon Coleman has been a full time professional author for over 30 years. He is a novelist and campaigning writer and has written many non fiction books. For more information please see www.vernoncoleman.com where there are hundreds of free articles - and no ads! He is the author of well over 100 books - including fiction and non fiction. Novels include Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War (which has been filmed). Non fiction best sellers include Bodypower and How to stop your doctor killing you. Memoirs include the many Bilbury books and his diaries. Somewhere in the world someone starts to read a Bilbury book every few minutes. In 1983 he launched the world's first medical software for home computers. He has written columns for many major newspapers (including The Sun and The People) and written thousands of articles for many more. He has made numerous TV and radio series (often based on his books.) Over nearly 50 years he has campaigned on many issues involving both people and animals and has as a result made many enemies among powerful pressure groups defending the interests of drug and food companies. But his books remain popular with readers and independent critics. His books have been translated into 25 languages and have sold over two million hardback and paperback copies in the UK alone. What the papers say about Vernon Coleman and his books (a small selection): Vernon Coleman writes brilliant books - The Good Book Guide Britains leading health care campaigner - The Sun Superstar - Independent on Sunday He's the Lone Ranger, Robin Hood and the Equaliser rolled into one - Glasgow Evening Times A national treasure- What Doctors Don't Tell You Dr Coleman made me think again - BBC His advice is optimistic and enthusiastic - British Medical Journal Probably one of the most brilliant men alive - Irish Times Compulsive reading - The Guardian King of the media docs - The Independent Coleman is a very funny writer - This England Revered guru of medicine - Nursing Times No thinking person can ignore him - The Ecologist The calmest voice of reason - The Observer A godsend - Daily Telegraph 'If I had to choose an all time journalist to admire it would have to be without a doubt the often controversial always knowledgeable and usually witty Vernon Coleman.' - Stewart Peterson, Greenock Telegraph Brilliant - The People His message is important - The Economist The man is a national treasure - What doctors don't tell you Marvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible - The Spectator A rogue elephant - Sunday Times Britain's leading medical author The Star Perhaps the best known health writer for the general public in the world today - The Therapist The patients' champion - Birmingham Post He writes lucidly and wittily - Good Housekeeping Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA qualified as a doctor though he has not practised for many years.He resigned as a GP after refusing to put diagnoses on sick notes in order to protect patient confidentiality. (The regulations were subsequently changed.) He resigned as columnist on The Sunday People after the editor refused to print a column criticising the Iraq war. Dr Coleman has lectured to doctors and nurses. He is married to Donna Antoinette. They live by the sea in England where they are creating a large wildlife garden. see also www.vernoncoleman.com for free articles and more biog Also www.vernoncoleman.co.uk And www.vernoncoleman.orgRead more Read less
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