Tagged: A Boy’s War Journal

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Aristocracy: a developing theme

Aristocracy: a developing theme Despite today’s ideas of equality, the Aristocracy still features strongly in literature. Suprisingly, in a number of books published by TSL. For this list, we turn things around adding a...

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Ray Wooster

About Ray Wooster Ray was 83 when his first book, A Boy’s War Journal was published. He has been writing since secondary school. Between 2013 and 2015, Ray was chairman of the Harrow Writers’...

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Book settings: London

One of TSL’s straplines is #SupportingLocal. For TSL, local is wherever we want it to be as we have links in Africa as well as the UK and the US and into Europe and...

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Toilets

For some reason, people seem to be fascinated with toilets. I remember being absolutely fascinated by the chapter in Mud, Blood and Poppycock by Gordon Corrigan detailing the facilities on the Western Front during...

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Book settings: England, not London

Setting a book in a particular place creates a link, a special kind of magic. I can’t say it’s better than an ‘ungrounded’ book – both can be deep and meaningful, one easily transcending...

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Ducks

Seeing this, pic.twitter.com/6bQ6VpDaTq — Leslie Tate (@LSTateAuthor) 30 December 2016 I couldn’t help but be reminded of that wonderful Duck Song my husband found when our nieces were visiting some time back. Naughty little...

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Cows

For those who don’t know me, I love cows! (A friend couldn’t resist giving me the one in the feature image in December 2016). I think my love of cows goes back to my...

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The Ashes

The Ashes – Cricket I couldn’t resist. When this post was first written (June 2015) England and Australia faced each other to battle it out for the urn containing the ashes of English cricket....