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From the frontline of fertility treatment, an IVF pioneer's tale of creating life against all odds

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Breakthrough Babies is Professor Simon Fishel’s account from the frontline of fertility treatment. It's a mind-blowing tale of creating life against all odds, giving a unique insight into not only the medical and scientific advances involved but the human cost and rewards behind this life-changing technology, with all the trials and tribulations that involved at the time, including a writ for murder! 

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Practical Inspiration at the London Book Fair 2019

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After three busy days at #lbf19, Practical Inspiration's Francesca Zunino Harper reflects on what it means to work in publishing, an industry with not only a big heart but a well-developed brain.

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Practical Inspiration partners with Shulph

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Practical Inspiration Publishing is delighted to have partnered with www.shulph.com, a fresh new start up offering print and ebook editions of books in one great value package. When you buy a book with Shulph, you're not just buying one format, you're buying total content access. You get access to your book in print and on your digital devices, so you can read anytime, anywhere, in whichever format suits your immediate needs. Shulph will offer the whole Practical Inspiration Publishing range, including business, leadership and health and wellbeing. Find, purchase, read and enjoy our books in whatever way you please. Alison Jones,...

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Executive Presentations is shortlisted for the Business Book Awards

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Congratulations to Practical Inspiration author Jacqui Harper on being shortlisted in the Self-Development category of the Business Book Awards for Executive Presentations: Develop presence to speak with confidence and skill. We are absolutely thrilled! You can see the book here... 

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Welcome to Practical Inspiration!

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It's great to have you here. Pull up a chair, browse the books, let us know what you think. 

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