Tagged: Arnie Wilson

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Inspired Sport

Inspired Sport I don’t know about you, but I’m not quite the sporty one – that is unless you regard speed-reading as a sport… The selection of books below although covering sport, deal with...

Arnie WIlson, Jeremy's restaurant, The moon is toast 0

Connections

Connections It’s a small world – how often are these words uttered? But it really does seem to be so interconnected. As part of an email conversation I was sent the following link: Johannes...

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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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Arnie Wilson

Arnie Wilson Although Arnie Wilson comes from an artistic background (his father, Bernard, was a composer who met his wife Joan, a concert pianist, at London’s Wigmore Hall where they were both featured in...

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Why distinguish?

Not long ago I had a discussion with a printer who told me one of my authors had said they were an indie author. The publisher took this to mean the author was self-published....

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On limericks – Arnie Wilson

Limericks. You can view them as silly, irrelevant and infantile nonsense. Or as witty, nicely balanced and subtle jokes. For me it all depends on the punchline. And yet when the father of limericks,...

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Sidney and Sydney

I was reminded of the Sidney Sheldon books in the History of Gatooma Library. I can’t claim to have read any of them though. Did you know there is a series called Sidney and...

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Big Name Hunting – Arnie Wilson

This is a book about celebrities – a group of people completely outside my sphere of knowledge. So, how did TSL come to re-publish Arnie Wilson’s recollections? Eagles – A chance connection between two...