Louise Poynton was brought up in Sussex. At the age of 19 she became the first woman to win a nationwide contest for young reporters: the prestigious Sir William Lyons Award, run by the Guild of Motoring Writers. She went on to work on several local, regional and daily newspapers as a news reporter and has more than 40 years' experience with the written word, holding every senior position up to Assistant Editor. For more than 20 years she was a Sports Editor on regional newspapers and has been freelance since 2012. Her work has appeared in lifestyle magazines and national newspapers. Louise has been a David Cassidy fan since 1971.
"So colorful. . . . It is so entertaining."-- "Goldmine"
"A book that pays tribute not just to David, but to his fans around the world. . . . His loyal fans will never forget him or his music. This beautiful hardcover book is a testimony to that, with more than 250 full-colour pages of photographs, drawings, anecdotes, poems, tributes and more. It's a wonderful celebration of the life of a man who is loved, mourned and missed by family, friends, colleagues--and of course his fans. Their tributes make for fascinating reading. . . . Take a look--maybe your memory is in there, too."-- "My Weekly"