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 … Read the rest »
Every time I turned on the TV or radio a couple of weeks back it was to hear praise of our NHS on its 70th birthday. I think the NHS is brilliant. We pay for it without noticing and it’s always there when we need it; much better than any insurance cover. I can’t imagine what it must be like to have to save up or go without food or other essentials in order to pay to see a doctor. I do think it needs a serious overhaul and that huge holes that leak money, such as the millions spent … Read the rest »
I am so sorry for the delay in posting again. I’m really just treading water waiting for the sale of Avocado Cottage to go through. And I haven’t been too well lately.
So, to give you something to be getting on with here is an article I did for one of my favourite authors and a very special woman, Barbara Copperthwaite.
Enjoy!… Read the rest »