Florian Breitenbach

Rettungsdienst und mehr


London, a cultural melting pot. Three Paramedics, three nationalities. What brings us together? A proper english high tea. How sophisticated!

High Tea

I am sitting on a comfortable chair with soft music playing in the background, and a tower of cucumber sandwiches, cakes and scones in the frontground.On my left is the ever smart and slick Benjamin Gilmour, author and filmmaker of Paramédico fame who is here on ‘business’, running from one book signing to another, with the odd radio and television interview thrown in for good measure. On my right is the ever smart and beautiful Lysa Walder, author of Rapid Response and Katie the Paramedic.

I took a bit of a back step, and listened. Two authors, who are first and foremost experienced paramedics, talking about their background, reasons for joining the job, and their why they began writing. Fascinating being part of such a combination; feeling the inspiration, the passion.

It was a great afternoon, learning, networking, sharing. I’d love to tell you more right now…but I think I may have been inspired for a future project, and I don’t want to give everything away just yet…

In the mean time, please visit Ben and Lysa’s respective websites, and strongly consider ordering their books – you won’t regret it!

Benjamin GilmourParamedico – around the world by ambulance (book AND film)

Lysa Walder: Lysa’s Books on Amazon

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