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Story Terrace. London, UK (2021 to present). On-going privately commissioned biographies. Non-disclosure policy applied to protect client confidentiality.

Sheridan Hill / Real Life Stories, LLC, North Carolina, USA (2020 to present). On-going privately commissioned biographies. Non-disclosure policy applied to protect client confidentiality.

Windle, E. Mark (2022) The Lark. In: Carr, S, MacKenzie, C.A., Tabaka, A.C. eds. Stories and Poems in the Song of Life. Middletown USA: Sweetycat Press, pp. 187-189.

Academic Silencing and Mobbing: A Personal Experience During the COVID-19 Pandemic (2021). Book collaboration with Taulant Muka, clinical epidemiologist. Client permission obtained for citation.

The Tempests: A Carolina Soul Story (2019) Biography of an R&B band from Charlotte, North Carolina

House of Broken Hearts (2018) Exploration of the alternative soul music industry in 1960s Nashville and a biographical collection of recording artists

Windle, E. Mark (2016) Burns: Non-ventilated scald injury in an elderly patient. In: Lawrence, J., Douglas, P., Gandy, J. Dietetic and Nutrition Case Studies (1st Edition). West Sussex UK: British Dietetic Association / Wiley Blackwell, pp. 167-169.

Rhythm Message (2015) Biographical collection of recording artists from the southern states

Soul Reflections (2014) An illustrated book presenting aesthetic aspects of soul music picture cover 45s from across the globe

Windle, E. Mark (2014) Nutrition in Burn Injury. In: Gandy, J. ed. The Manual of Dietetic Practice (5th Edition). West Sussex UK: British Dietetic Association / Wiley Blackwell, pp. 898-904.

It’s Better To Cry (2013) Biographical collection of soul and beach music recording artists from the south eastern states


“Nashville: From Charlie Romans to the Paramount Four.” (December 2021). Available at

“What’s in a Name? Musings of a Ghostwriter.” (November 2021). Available at

“Reaching Different Shores. A Subculture Rediscovery (The Tempests, pt 14).” (November 2021). Available at

“East 4th Street Studio, and the Fabulous Plaids (The Tempests, pt 13).” (October 2021). Available at

“Insight Talent and Surfside Records (The Tempests, pt 12).” (October 2021). Available at

“The Split, and a New Band Forms (The Tempests, pt. 10).” (August 2021). Available at

“Winds of Change (The Tempests, pt. 9).” (August 2021). Available at

“Touring, Boston’s Sugar Shack, and the LP Release (The Tempests, Pt. 8).” (August 2021). Available at

“The Mercury-Smash Sessions Begin (The Tempests, Part 7).” (August 2021). Available at

“Ted Bodnar and the Road to Mercury-Smash (The Tempests, Part 6).” (July 2021). Available at

“Hit Attractions (The Tempests, Part 5).” (June 2021). Available at

“Ready for the Soul Explosion (The Tempests, Part 4).” (June 2021). Available at

“Avons Calling.” (Record Collector Monthly, issue 519, June 2021). Available from

“Finding Hazel. (The Tempests Part 3).” (May 2021). Available at

“Redressing the History Books. The Soul of Music City.” (May 2021). Available at

“Love Have Mercy! Atlantic Records (The Tempests Part 2).” (May 2021). Available at

“Nashville Soul Brothers: The Jimmy Church and King Kasuals Story.” (Record Collector Monthly, issue 517, April 2021). Available from

“North Carolina. Of Piedmont Blues, Beach Music and Teenage Radio.” (December 2020). Available at

“The Signs.” (November 2020). Available at

“It’s Better to Cry. The Appreciations of Charlotte.” (2013, updated 2020). Available at

“Bigger and Better. The Hytones and Sandra King Story.” (2018, updated 2020).

“Southern City Records. Hal and Jean, and the Paramount Four.” (2018, updated 2020).

“Nashville Could Eat Its Young! The Athens Rogues Story.” (2018, updated 2020).

“After The Tempests. Sea-Saint Studios and Hurricane Katrina.” (2018, updated 2020)

“R-E-S-P-E-C-T ! Woman’s Got Soul. A Reflection for Women’s History Month” (March 2020). Available at

“Hound Dog! The Big Mama Thornton Story” (March 2020). Available at

“Mocha and Cream. Global Records” (April 2020). Available at

“Hit and Run. An Interview with Garry Cape: The Yorkshire Soul Connection.” (April 2020). Available at

“Moments in Time. Reflection Sound Studios.” (April 2020). Available at

“Cry, Cry, Cry. The Tommy Ray Tucker Story.” (May 2020). Available at

“Of Soul Music, Book Writing and Lost Histories.” (2018). Parts 1 and 2; An author profile article for the Soul And Mod Directory. Available at

Soul music commentaries, book project updates, reviews and reprints at A Nickel And A Nail. Samples available at and at


“Giving Back: Soul Direction.” (Soul Up North magazine, January 2021). Commentary on the preservation of soul music history and introducing Soul Direction Records as a new label market entry. Also including an interview with label owner Alan Kitchener.

“Introducing North Broad Street Records.” (Soul Up North magazine, October 2020). Article promoting North Broad Street Records as a new label market entry, and interviews with label owners Colin Law and John Buckley.

Annalise (Annalise Brown); singer. Biographies for press release / social media and elevator pitch. Compiled July 2020.

“Bob Holme’s Nashville Soul” (CD KEND463) Collaboration with Ace/Kent Records on liner notes and historical research.

“Lost Without You; The Best of Kent Ballads, Volume 2” (CD KEND439) Collaboration with Ace/Kent Records on liner notes and historical research.


Clinical nutrition research: 

Clinical research papers on nutrition and dietetic themes. Abstracts can be accessed at major medical journal database sites, including Wiley Online Library and Pubmed:

E. M. Windle et al. (2010) Implementation of an electromagnetic imaging system to facilitate nasogastric and post-pyloric feeding tube placement in patients with and without critical illness. J. Hum. Nutr. Diet, 23, pp. 61-68

E. M. Windle (2010) Electromagnetic sensing devices as a cost effective and safer option for bedside placement of post pyloric feeding tubes. J. Burn Care Res, 31, p.505

E. M. Windle (2009) Dietetic service provision for burn care in the United Kingdom: are nutrition support standards being met? J. Hum. Nutr. Diet, 22, pp. 317-323

E. M. Windle (2008) Nutrition support in major burn injury: case analysis of dietetic activity, resource use and cost implications. J. Hum. Nutr. Diet, 21, pp. 165-173

E. M. Windle (2007) Adequacy of dietetic service provision to adult critical care: a survey of 33 centres in Northern England. J. Hum. Nutr. Diet, 20, pp. 111-120

E. Mark Windle (2006) Glutamine supplementation in critical illness. Evidence, recommendations and implications for clinical practice in burn care. J. Burn Care Res, 27, pp. 764-772

E. M. Windle (2005) Case report. Immune modulating nutrition support for a patient with severe toxic epidermal necrolysis. J. Hum. Nutr. Diet, 18, pp. 311-314

E. M. Windle (2004) Audit of successful weight maintenance in adult and paediatric survivors of thermal injury at a UK regional burn centre. J. Hum. Nutr. Dietet, 17, pp. 435-441

Healthcare magazines, popular press and third party websites:

Refeeding syndrome. More questions than answers? Dietetics Today, 38, July 2008, pp. 38-40

Thiamine: deficiency states and supplementation in clinical settings. Complete Nutrition vol. 11, no. 1, February/March 2011, pp 26-28

Also nutrition advisor on the HARO services journalist enquiry platform, and for Fitness Savvy Ltd.

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