To work alongside a good editor is so important – come the-rain or the-shine in the process. Here they are on one of those sunny days @ Immrama, Travel writers Festival, Lismore, 2019 – author with editor, Mr. Maurice Sweeney. Thank you Maurice.
No apologies I’m afraid…but this post will be best understood by those who have read Quondam. You will recall names being mentioned in the book – Eamon and Arie, fellow cycling travellers, Paul, cyclist, flatmate and friend, Tim, my Karate-Tai Chi teacher…well, they are ALL real and here they are, including yours truly…the Quondam men. […]
Sara, my wife has always loved rabbits and it just goes to show that no child is EVER too old to be read to. My two teenage girls love to decompress and listen as I read Quondam out loud!!
Those who missed it, missed it, but, not to worry, a copy of Quondam: travels in a once World has been reserved for you in the wonderful Book Centre, Waterford! Last Friday they hosted a most unusual book-ish event. Thanks to John, the manager and big thanks to Magda for her effort. Copies of Quondam: […]
It was an honour to have Ted Simon – he of ‘Jupiter’s Travels’ fame – write a Forward to ‘Quondam: travels…’ Here we are, before Christmas, in south France, savouring his delightful mince pies! They were good!
Quondam: travels in once World – From one room to another – the story of the Audio version. The narrator-author in one, the audio engineer in another. It took many months to arrive at the 15 & half hours of “…one helluva’ trip you’re unlikely ever to forget.” Find it on Audible or iTunes…
Presently in Paris with my 21yr old son. He and his buddy Jack signed up to run the Paris half-marathon. I was to be chief bag-man cum flag-man, cum water-bottle boy! Covid-19 put pay to that, so he’s gone back to Reims and College, and I’m out of a job! So tomorrow I take the […]
yep, hard to beat a good book! I just love this, dont you? MEDIA1.TENOR.COM media1.tenor.com
It’s an honour to chop onions and garlic with Ted Simon, share a glass of wine, no, sorry, meant, have separate glasses of wine!…and chat about farms and France and certain viruses and other contagious stuff. He kindly offered his attic room, so I could ‘self-isolate’ and get on with re-writing what has already been […]
Writers, (among others) ‘do’ self-isolation, it’s par for the course – in attic rooms, garden sheds, quiet cafés – though the latter is off the list for awhile – but whether writer or not, if the sea is close and you can do so safely, don a wetsuit and let the might of waves batter […]