Ever since the 1966 World Cup, sport has featured in Jenny's day. Knowing little and caring even less about any sport, she has in that time absorbed facts and figures, rules, venues, and player's names from her husband Jim and the wall to wall coverage on television. The three stories, Jenny and Jim go Fishing, Weather Wine and Wickets and Brazil Nuts capture Jim's lifelong sporting passions, fishing, cricket and football. Threading through the aforesaid sports, other strands blur the picture, Jenny and Jim's loyal companionship, memories, travelling and people mingle, bringing the sports to life, making them real for Jenny. Subsequently for Jenny, her albeit limited knowledge of sport is no longer pigeonholed but can rub alongside her interests, her love of big skies and breaking waves.
Quietly unassuming, Jane Burdiak is a new author in the literary world. The warm sincerity in her writing is reflected in her candid style. Her enthusiasm and love of life is infectious, her wry sense of humour never far away.
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