Saturday, March 5, 2011

The UK Prams Store Launch Informational Website

The UK Prams Store announce the launch of their new website, whose function amongst many is to act as an informational tool for consumers.

London, UK, March 05, 2011 -- The UK Prams Store announce the launch of their new website, whose function amongst many is to act as an informational tool for consumers. The website houses a variety of expected features such as an online ordering system, but boasts a variety of guides designed to help the consumer find the right product for their needs. The company has taken a novel approach to layout and simplified the viewing and shopping experience for its clients. The products are grouped into well ordered categories and presented with several product images and descriptions so visitors to the site can easily find what they are looking for. Passing comment, Mathew Thompson (Commercial Director for the UK Prams store) said.

"Responding to customer feedback, we were aware of the pitfalls of existing online retailers, consumers were frustrated with how difficult it was to find the right product, they complained about cluttered websites and searching through too many non-relevant products to find what they were looking for. At the UK Prams store we have tried to simplify the process for our customers, providing guides to aid in product selection and presenting the products in well laid out and easy to navigate categories with detailed photographs and descriptions."

He continued, "We understand that selecting the right product can be very difficult as there are so many products to choose from, we have handpicked a selection that provides a mix of quality prams at affordable prices."

About the company, the UK Prams Store is an online retailer of prams and strollers from top UK brands including cosatto prams, quinny strollers, britax prams and more. The UK Prams stores selection guides are available now and can be accessed online at

For Further information or an illustrative image: Media contact - Mathew Taylor, Director, Algorythm Solutions Ltd, mobile: +44 (0)773 403 2112, email:, website:

Mathew Taylor
Algorythm Solutions Ltd
10 Torkington St
Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2UY
+44 (0)773 403 2112

Locus 2010 Reading List Selects L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future

Locus Magazine has chosen "L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years" to appear in its prestigious "Locus 2010 Recommended Reading List". The non-fiction book provides an overview and historical perspective of this important contest for aspiring writers.

Hollywood, CA, March 05, 2011 (Straight Line PR) -- The current issue of Locus Magazine features their "Locus 2010 Recommended Reading List" in which they compile their choices of top titles in the many categories connected with science fiction and fantasy, along with best related works.

In the non-fiction category of recommended titles, the Locus Magazine article notes, "Coffee table book L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years, edited by Kevin J. Anderson (Galaxy Press), is an overview of the contest's history with an eye-opening series of profiles of contest winners and judges, including biographical profiles and personal comments about the contest and their careers. This volume highlights how many of today's successful and up-and-coming writers have been involved with the contest."

The significance of this recognition by Locus Magazine ( ) goes beyond merely celebrating the Contest's silver anniversary. Having now proven itself, the Contest is stably established as today's most successful means for aspiring writers to get their break in the publishing industry.

A recent review of the book posted by Gary Roen in Movement Magazine ( ) aptly makes this point: "L. Ron Hubbard had an idea that is now over twenty five years old. The concept was to bring new writers into the field of science fiction. So he created 'The Writers of the Future' contest. So far, more than 700 novels and 3,000 short stories have been published by authors who participated in the contest. The list of writers is huge, with so many different books published. This [book] is a look back over the last twenty five years in pictures and prose that celebrated Hubbard's crowning achievement. Readers will be astounded at how many writers have come through the program."

The Writers of the Future Contest was created by L. Ron Hubbard in 1983 as a means of allowing the newcomer a chance to have their work seen. And this program has provided that starting point for so many careers. Over 300 writers have seen their name in print over the 26 years of the contest's history, with nearly 100 now having successful careers as a writer. In addition to continuing on in the field of speculative fiction, several have gone on to publish in genres such as mystery and romance, to write for television and motion pictures, and to become editors and critics.

Each year, the winning stories are published in an anthology titled L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future. The latest edition, Writers of the Future Volume 25 ( ), can be found at Barnes & Noble, Borders, Walmart and For more information regarding the Writers of the Future Contest visit

About Writers of the Future:
Writers of the Future (WOTF) is a science fiction and fantasy story contest originated by L. Ron Hubbard in 1983. Hubbard characterized the contest as a way of "giving back" to the field that had defined his professional writing life. The contest has no entry fee and is the highest-paying contest for amateur science-fiction and fantasy writers. Notable past winners of WOTF include Stephen Baxter, Karen Joy Fowler, James Alan Gardner, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Dean Wesley Smith. The winning stories are published in the yearly anthology L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of Future. For complete information, please visit the contest web site at

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