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Blogs I follow
- Is Anyone There?
- Over the Hill: the Books and Stuff
- *An English Travel Writer*
- A Femme d'Un Certain Age
- A Heron's View
- A Reader's Perspective
- Behind Brown Eyes
- blauwe vis
- Books With Wine And Chocolate.
- bookworms Blog
- Carol Hedges
- Carol's Reading and Craft Corner
- Clogs and Tulips: An American in Holland
- Creative Alchemy
- Denise Covey
- E.L. Wisty's World Domination League
- Empty Nest Insider
- Festival delle Arti, Venezia
- It's a dogz life!
- KLIPPERAAK RUST ROEST
- Koos Fernhout
- Pass the Melloids, please
- Pocketful of Mumbles
- Positive Letters ... inspirational stories ...
- Revising &amp; Editing
- Rosalind Adam is Writing Again
- Slow Venice
- So many books, so little time
- Studio Tails...
- Terry Tyler
- the ghost of minty hatton
- The Grumbling Gargoyle
- View of 1000 Peaks
- Wandering Snail's Wanderings
- What's up
- Woonschip gerealiseerd op de Houthavenkade
- words from the funny farm
- Words of a Rambling Mind
|Occupation||Teacher trainer of writing skills|
|Location||Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Netherlands|
|Introduction||I am a writer of both fact and fiction, and of both adult and children's books. I lived first in England, then in South Africa and I now live in the Netherlands. My life revolves round my family, my barge and my work - not always in that order, it's true. My day job is teaching English for business and academic purposes, but I am working towards exchanging that for cruising quietly through Europe while writing...|
|Interests||Barges, music, books, dogs, woodwork, history|
|Favorite Movies||Local Hero, Quadrophenia, The Commitments, Cry the Beloved Country, Once Upon a Time in the West, Amelie, Bienvenue chez le'Chti|
|Favorite Music||Coldplay, the Who, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Little Feat, Pete Townshend, Janis Ian, Pink Floyd, Bonnie Raitt, Crowded House, Neil Finn, Crosby Stills and Nash, Queen, Pearl Jam, Counting Crows, Lynard Skynard, The Allman Brothers|
|Favorite Books||Anything by Donna Leon, Deborah Crombie, Peter Mayle, Laurence Durrell, Graham Greene and in particular, Absolute Friends by John Le Carre|
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