I have been thinking long and hard about whether to continue blogging – or my attempts at blogging. The reason? I saw my raw website results for the first time in the week and these were quite gutting. Only one follower in fact and the most visitors in one day has been 18. The likes […]
My quest to become a writer has been going on for years but not enough people have read my books so far and this is the reason for this website.
Now, this is my first effort in the area of children’s writing and I didn’t know if they would be any good, so I asked a couple of primary school teachers to read them.
Rewind by David A. Wardle is the story of Jason, who commits suicide on his 40th birthday in the year 2003. However, he doesn’t end up dead but wakes up in his eight-year-old body in the year 1971.
I have finally taken the plunge again and signed a contract with Austin Macauley to publish this book in printed form. Part of this will mean a new e-book version so the existing one on Amazon will have to be unpublished.
Chapter 1 – Off to P S.P.I.D.E.R. Sindy Cobweb lay on the beach in the French Riviera soaking up the sun, trying to get the chill of her first assignment out of her bones. Arctic Roll Call had taken three weeks to complete out of which two and a half weeks had been spent in […]
Great! Great! Smashing! Great! This was missing last night from Bullseye as it came back for one evening. There was also no “Let’s see what you could have won!” but the idea of a star prize of a motorboat that had been held in storage since the 1980’s was amusing. The darts players, other than […]
Football is finding its feet again after lockdown and the matches are getting better. My team’s results are encouraging and watching the match yesterday, we are getting back to the old Fergie teams who no matter how many the opponent scored usually scored more. The one element that has not found its feet – and […]
A study of contradictions. Lockdown is easing in all sorts of ways, yet a sudden spike in Leicester could mean local lockdowns reinforced. Worrying. I know a couple of people from Leicester who work or used to work (in one case), at the university. That is the University of Leicester and not De Montford by […]