About Dr Jacqueline Jeynes  B.Ed(Hons), BA(Hons) Creative Arts, MBA, PhD - Publisher Books and Online for e-books in the UK

Jacqueline lives in Aberaeron in Ceredigion with her husband Leslie “married since 1982, 8 children between us, 24 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren – enough to loan out as extras!”

Jacqueline has always enjoyed walking and the challenge of long distance treks. She has trekked in Venezuela with YWCA, across Cuba (hard walking but fantastic views!) for MIND, and Mount Etna for BHF Wales, raising over £10,000 for these charities altogether. (Featured in Cambrian News 2010)


  • First book published in 2000 by Butterworth Heinemann(now Elsevier) Practical H&S Management for Small Businesses followed by two more titles on how to manage health and safety in a small business, all based on her work as a health and safety specialist in companies and as national policy representative of small firms for Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). [www.fsb.org / Current Book Titles]
  • 2012 published Peg Loom Weaving: all you need to know to get started as Pen Coed Textiles
  • 2014, Jacqueline began writing reviews on holidays, restaurants, accommodation and special events for Silver Travel Advisor, aimed at the mature traveller aged 50+. Their site has over 50,000 regular visitors and links with Age UK reaching a further 5 million people. See Jacqueline's Reviews and Featured articles at www.silvertraveladvisor.com
  • Jacqueline says “I was delighted to represent them on a Press visit to Hungary - see reports Budapest to Debrecen on Silver Travel Advisor site). Other trips include Thessaloniki, the Algarve, Lake Garda and India"
  • She is writer and tutor of Distance Learning short courses for Aberystwyth University Lifelong Learning department [www.aber.ac.uk/en/lifelong.learning ]. These 10 credit Modules include

-          Art History: The study of Western Art

-          History of Art: The Welsh Depicted (on Welsh portraiture)

-          An Historical Perspective on Contemporary Art

-          Modern Art at National Museum of Wales Cardiff – the Davies Sisters' collection

  • “It was very exciting to be given the Writer of the Year Award 2015 and to see a lot of my writing projects come to fruition – even if it has taken me a long time to get there!”                                       
  • The Forgotten Prisoners of War: FEPOWs and their Families is on a completely different topic. “My father was a prisoner of war in Japan (FEPOW) and I was secretary of the Midlands group FEPOW for many years. 2014 I had a short article published in Your History magazine about my father and his experiences as a FEPOW aged 18 to 21. [www.yourfamilyhistorymag.co.uk /article]
  • 2015 was 70th anniversary of the end of WWII and while people remember VE day in June, they often forget that VJ day was not until August 15th. Based on 25 years of research, including contributions from families in UK, Australia and Canada, it gives a broader picture of how everyone coped at the time. Click here to view more.
  • 2016 a 2nd edition was published with revised title Before Hiroshima: Forgotten Prisoners of War held in Japan, Burma and the Far East
  • In 2010 I walked the Wye Valley Way with my aunt Jenni – basically 2 old ladies walking across Wales 136 miles in 15 days. The National Library of Wales started a project in 2012 for local businesses to use their digitised images, so paintings of places along the route from Chepstow to Plynlimon are included to make it a beautiful “Walking Wales” book rather than just a travelogue.
  • 2017 Walking Wales: The Art Lover's Guide to Wye Valley Way published, the first of a series of “Walking Wales” books.
  • 2017 Revised and up-dated book published 10 Ps of Managing Risks Post-Brexit: 10 Basic Principles
  • 2017 The Art Lover's Guide to Malta & Gozo published


Dr Anita Rogers Burrell


We are pleased to have acted as Developmental Editor on Dr Rogers Burrell's latest book "Badly Chopped Carrots and Everyday Menus - Life as a Canadian in Rural Wales".

She is a counselling psychologist with a doctorate in Leadership, worked at the Jewish Child Welfare Bureau and at a Crisis Centre. A Canadian, she has travelled and worked widely including San Diego and finally here in Wales. She says this book has helped her to find "her true feelings, goals, and the things she truly enjoys in life. We think it is an inspiring look at how you can balance solitude and connection with others, leading finally to he 3 Steps to Survival and Success. 

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