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About meMy working career spans the Royal Navy, a spell as a dairyman in the Highlands of Scotland, many years in military survey in the British Army, and a fourth career in Information Technology. I have recently become a budding author. See more...
Monthly Archives: January 2016
This being the last weekend of the month, I thought that I’d use our coffee time to reflect on my January. It has certainly been an event-packed month and it has not just been the weather that has been stormy … Continue reading
Originally posted on insaneowl:
An Interview with Lucie Novak, author of A Woman with (no) Strings Attached At first you were only a doctor, but now you are also a published author of the book titled A Woman with (no)…
The Problem Whilst I am very excited that Knitting Can Walk! will go live on Kindle tomorrow morning, I am disappointed that I have been unable to make last minute minor edits to perfect the text that my readers will … Continue reading
Letter from the Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King Jr. My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have a reputation for writing powerful, effective letters, and I am proud to say that I have successfully fought for the rights of … Continue reading
I am so happy that I have managed to get my second novel finished, reviewed and revised, and posted on Amazon. It is there and ready to be automatically downloaded on the 28th January to all those who have clicked … Continue reading
If we were having coffee together, it would have to be a very quick one. I am under pressure! I have a deadline to meet. The final version of my second novel, Knitting Can Walk!, is due to be uploaded … Continue reading
Originally posted on A Girl In Europe:
I most definitely am following through with this blog post even though I have no idea where it will take me because I guess that is the beauty of what pugs dressed as…
Going Gently by David Nobbs My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is just so brilliant, original, insightful and downright funny. The main character is lying in a hospital bed, paralysed and awaiting her inevitable death. Unbeknown to her visitors … Continue reading
Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
Welcome back to Atonement, TN! I was sincerely honored when Suzanne at A Pug in the Kitchen asked me to do a guest post for her wonderful blog’s anniversary. We had a great time. Here’s…
This is amazing. Wouldn’t we all like to be Major Tim Peake or Colonel Tim Kopra? Out of this world! I watched, fascinated.