Monthly Archives: September 2016

Updated: Being Tony – Being Tony

Also a new version! Being Tony       After they had left, I was alternatively tearful and furious. I looked at the bottle that Angel had brought for me; Kentucky Bourbon. I considered throwing it out but then thought … Continue reading

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Updated: Being Tony – An Intervention

I’ve just done some more work on this, and ths is an updated version   An Intervention   Dear Subscriber Just a reminder that your subscription to Lynn News has now expired and this will be your last issue. We … Continue reading

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Book Blurb

Almost more difficult than writing the novel, is writing the blurb that goes with it! Between 100 and 150 words they say, so the trick is to introduce the book to my readers in that confine. This is a first … Continue reading

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Being Tony: Coda

Lynn News. Obituaries: Anthony John Platt PLATT Last Monday suddenly at home Anthony (Tony) Platt aged 61 of Lynn. Will be greatly missed by family and his many friends in Norfolk and Edinburgh, Scotland A private service is being arranged … Continue reading

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Being Tony: Being Tony

After they had left, I was furious. I looked at the bottle that Angel had brought for me; Kentucky Bourbon. I considered throwing it out, but really, what would have been the point, so I opened it and poured myself … Continue reading

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Being Tony: An Intervention

I got a reminder in the mail about tax for the Jag. Not only did I not have the money for it, since the car was hardly roadworthy I didn’t want to be bothered with it. I worried about it … Continue reading

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Being Tony: Work Free

I started going to the Workers Club instead of the Anchor for the next few weeks. It wasn’t my favorite place, but I knew a few people there, and soon got accustomed to the way it operated. And it was … Continue reading

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