The Banjo – Paperback!

Yes. I kid you not. Finally after so much aggro with Amazon that would make a novel in itself, I am able to offer you The Banjo in paperback form through my website. The Banjo is set in Dagenham in the 50s and 60s and it’s not about a musical instrument!  A banjo is a pedestrian cul-de-sac of which there are dozens in Dagenham and the name seems only to be used here. Mention a banjo to people from other areas and they look at you as if you’re mad! 😂

To order your copy of The Banjo just go to the homepage of my website www.elainespires.co.uk and click on the link to buy either the paperback or the kindle version.

I hope you enjoy it – and if you do please leave a review on Amazon for me.  reviews are an author’s lifeblood and the way are books are brought to a wider audience.  Thanks so much.

Me and The Banjo

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9 thoughts on “The Banjo – Paperback!

  1. Hi ..l used to live in Dagenham and my brother in law used to live in Bentry Road…where can l get a cope of this book please.

    • Hi, Doreen

      My books are listed on the Home page of my website. Just click on The Banjo and it should take you through the purchasing process.
      Many thanks
      Elaine

  2. Ive paid for this book through PayPal but couldn’t find my order on your site. You don’t have my details. What to do?!!

    • Hi Liz
      We have received your order and your copy of The Banjo will be dispatched shortly.
      I hope you enjoy it.
      Thanks and regards
      Elaine

  3. What road was the banjo in the book, I lived in Dagenham for 50 years one road/rothwell rd/gardens both had banjo‘S and I lived in The both of them

    • Hi Tina
      Cromwell Close is a fictitious banjo just off Stansgate Road. It’s amazing how many people lived in Dagenham banjos- and how nobody else knows what we’re talking about!
      Thanks for getting in touch.
      Regards
      Elaine

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