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New Book - Screw it, I'll take the elevator!

ukpatrick Member Posts: 10 Connected

I am the author of ‘Stairs for Breakfast’ and after the feedback I’ve received, I am now publishing my second book, ‘Screw it I’ll take the elevator’, for which I require funding to publish it.

Check out the reviews here

I’ve had an amazing journey over the last seven years which includes writing two books on how to overcome adversity and have fun in life

My mission is to inspire and add value to other people’s lives whist reaching my full potential as someone who lives with Cerebral Palsy. My books have given me a platform as a public speaker. I often say to people “Do something you love and that adds value to people’s lives. What knowledge do you possess that you can share to benefit others?”

My goal for this project is to sell 1,000 books (as it will assist with the publishing and printing costs of my second book).

Having created my own limited company, my business plan states I will self-publish my second book and generate a turnover of £15,000 in the first year.

I’ll keep you posted on my progress!

Here's my first book

2nd May 2017 - On Friday I went to William Earl's & Liz Coward’s book Launch. Blood and Bandages is about William’s time as a medical officer in World War II. A very inspirational book about love and war and a must read...


3rd May 2017 - First extract of, "Screw  it, I'l take the elevator", Enjoy and pre-order your copy now!!

On my way to meet Stuart, turning off Brighton seafront into the road which leads to the side of Churchill Square, my car stalled.  After restarting my car, I went a few hundred yards up the hill, past the shopping centre’s multi-storey car park, before my car stalled again. More accurately, the car conked out! The engine wouldn’t restart and smoke started to escape from under the bonnet and drift upwards, ominously.... To read more, go to



Patrick Souiljaert (Sue-Lee-Art)

Author of the books Stairs For Breakfast & Screw it, I’ll take the elevator. To find out more go to:


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