Monthly Archives: July 2019

Ego on the way up

Personal friends will know I’ve had a catastrophic couple of months – so much so that it may be worth a fiction if the plot is less chaotic than mine. The good news is that my new novel, JIGSAW ISLAND, … Continue reading

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Reviews still appearing for the predecessor to JIGSAW ISLAND

I’ll admit I was a shade disappointed when my first novel, TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS, didn’t crash into the best sellers – yeah, well, I write fiction. But one reader said he suspected it would be a ‘slow burn’. And, indeed, … Continue reading

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Response to rejection of parking fine appeal

Mr Martyn Baker Parking Manager, West Berkshire District Council Parking Services, Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5LD 24 July 2019 Dear Mr Baker Re: Traffic Management Act 2004 Penalty Charge Notice № : KK01325775 Date of Contravention : … Continue reading

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Back online

It’s been a long period of enforced silence. The good news is that Martyn is hopping about on crutches now, and I’m not! On his first outing to our local pub, The Ship, Teignmouth, we got a lift from the … Continue reading

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I mean, just look at it!

Leros. Today. A place we’re not going this year. Probably just as well because I’m becoming very antsy about air travel. Before all the current disasters with beloved’s leg and my hip, I was looking at possible rail travel to … Continue reading

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