Tom Reynolds





Tom Reynolds


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January 01, 1971

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Tom Reynolds is the pseudonym of Brian Kellett, an emergency medical technician for the London Ambulance Service, England, whose award winning blog, Random Acts of Reality, has been published in two books, Blood, Sweat & Tea in 2006 and More Blood, More Sweat & Another Cup of Tea in 2009. His career in the NHS started at the age of 23 when he worked as an Accident and Emergency nurse. Since beginning his blog he has been interviewed in newspapers, television and radio; and now provides opinion pieces on medical care in some UK newspapers.

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It's been two months since I last blogged, and I think that this is nature's way of telling me that this blog is finished.


When I started writing this I never thought that it would take off in the way that it did - two books, a radio play, opportunities to speak to lots of people at once and of course the upcoming TV series.


But all good things come to an end and, since leaving the London Ambulan...

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Blood, Sweat and Tea

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More Blood, More Sweat and ...

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Sirens

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The Complete Blood, Sweat a...

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Naked Apes

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Rise of the Circle

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Meta Box Set (Books 1 - 3)

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Break Me

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The Second Wave (The Meta S...

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“No real reason for the lack of sleep, it’s a disadvantage of rotating shifts that every so often your body clock just throws up it’s hands in despair and goes to sulk behind the sofa – leaving you suffering insomnia and/or intense fatigue.”
Tom Reynolds, Blood, Sweat and Tea

“I’m always impressed by people who can speak another language, two people talking what sounds like utter gibberish, yet making complete sense to each other never fails to entertain.”
Tom Reynolds, Blood, Sweat and Tea

“Prayers For Rain' begins like practically every Cure song, with an introduction that's longer than most Bo Diddley singles. Never mind the omnipresent chill, why does Robert Smith write such interminable intros? I can put on 'Prayers For Rain,' then cook an omelette in the time it takes him to start singing. He seems to have a rule that the creepier the song, the longer the wait before it actually starts. I'm not sure if Smith spends the intro time applying eye-liner or manually reducing his serotonin level, but one must endure a lot of doom-filled guitar patterns, cathedral-reverb drums and modal string synth wanderings during the opening of 'Prayers for Rain.”
Tom Reynolds, I Hate Myself and Want to Die: The 52 Most Depressing Songs You've Ever Heard

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