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Short Fews 1 is a collection of humorous and often explosive experiences the author had over some thirty years, ranging from a 10 year old potential boat destroyer to a forty year-old taking desperate steps to join the exclusive Mile High Club. In between are revelations that might shock, but I hope will amuse.
Kindle Edition, 93 pages
Published August 18th 2014
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Richard Stevens
Nov 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Wow - a darn good wheeze! Just how many of these tales are figments of the authors fevered imagination I wonder - or maybe he's just a little economical with the truth? Either way this collection of short stories makes for very entertaining reading. Mr Stevens shows yet another side to his very versatile style. Looking forward to the next installment.
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Somerset born, Somerset bred - strong in the arm but weak in the head: labouring under this pre-conceived notion I, as the grandson of a brewer's drayman, was fortunate enough to get a leg-up on entry to the local grammar school, followed by an engineering apprenticeship in the aircraft industry. During this time, I received my first exposure to the world of writing and publication as editor of th ...more

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