This is a seriously busy week. Besides Tom’s home-schooling and sorting out what to take to Singapore, I will be preparing two brilliant talks on my book, Blood and Bandages – fighting for life in the RAMC Field Ambulance 1940 -1946.
These entertaining and informative talks will be about the book, its theme and how I approached it.
Along the way, I’ll be offering advice to aspiring writers.
William with Miss Alli Godfrey and two of his great grand-children at Glebe Primary School after talking to years 5 and 6.
William Earl, the vibrant 102-year-old World War Two veteran and star of Blood and Bandages, will be joining me for Q and As. He won’t fail to move you with his thoughtful views of what it was like to serve his country.
These family friendly talks provide a rare chance to meet one of a dying breed of exceptional men and I urge you to come.
The first talk is on
Tickets are £4 and can be purchased in advance from Shoreham Library or on the night.
The second talk is on
Saturday 14th October
St Peter’s Church
Patrick and I prior to interviewing him for the Beach News
His talk on life with cerebral palsy and overcoming adversity will be fun and thought-provoking.
It would be wonderful to see you on 10th or the 14th October and don’t be shy. Come and say hi.
See you soon.