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A Short History of my Books

When people ask me what is my job, I always say, “a writer”. That’s what I’mm most proud of, and what I would love to do well.
It is also the most frustrating, torturous way I know to spend many, many lonely hours and months!
Here is an insight into the books I have written so far.
If you’d like to buy them, you can get them here on my website in the UK  or anywhere else in the world here, with free delivery.

(here – for convenience of Instagram-linking – is a list of US travel book recommendations…

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  1. I had the first edition of your first book, the one you said was mostly bought by family. I didn’t realize it was a rare first edition or I might not have dropped it in a hostel book exchange last week! I was quite fond of the book and read it a few times. Maybe I am taking the minimalism a little far.

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