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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: August 2016
Dialing Dreams: A sweet clean 1940s historical romance novelette by Jessica Eissfeldt My rating: 3 of 5 stars I enjoyed this short read, which I completed in a single session. The action ebbs and flows. Probably more than that, it … Continue reading
New Moon Rising by Anuradha Gupta My rating: 5 of 5 stars Sparkling Words and Beautiful Paintings Almost forty years ago, I lay on my back on a hill-top in Northern Kenya in the middle of the night. For a while, … Continue reading
17th August – Wednesday Dad’s alarm woke us at 4.45 as it had not been reset from the previous morning. After looking on the bedside table and all over the floor he exclaimed, “Ah, there it is!” and turned it … Continue reading
16th August – Tuesday We got up at 4.45 and were ready for the bus at five. At 5.30 it still hadn’t come, so I walked across the road for a coffee with Jimmy. The others stayed in the room. … Continue reading
This is my old friend, Adge, doing something quite remarkable. Follow his progress.
Ladies and gentlemen, you know me by now. I am not especially proficient at blowing my own trumpet. But seeing as I have a book to promote, I thought it prudent to at least let you know that I̵… Source: … Continue reading
This is a really good report of the wonderful week at Swanwick, written by Ann Perrin who was returning after an absence of many years. I was a first-timer this year. It is obvious that we shared a high level … Continue reading
TW3 – That Was The Week That Was! For many years, my father, Tony Greenfield, has been attending the Swanwick Writers’ Summer School in Derbyshire. He raves about it and has implored me to accompany him on many occasions. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
Great review. I’ve read this book too and it is a racket! A must read