Al Gibson

Exeter, UK


Al Gibson is an internationally published author based in England. He has worked in corporate communications for many years and his wealth of writing experience is now available through Countdown Creative Ltd.

With a background in journalism, Al has written and edited several books and ebooks and is an active online contributor who blogs for numerous websites.

Books by Al Gibson

Books Al has written include:

  • Mother of Malawi, the biography of Dutch missionary, Annie Chikhwaza who founded Kondanani Children’s Village;
  • Life on the Line, the biography of New Zealand evangelist, Des Sinclair; and
  • Life After Belsen, the biography of Simon Bloomberg the Jewish leader of the Belsen Displaced Persons camp after World War 11.

Blogsites Al writes for include; UKChristian News, International Christian News, US Christian News, CTN Southwest and others.

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