Paul is an experienced writer and has been married for over thirty years with three grown-up children. He has three young granddaughters.
He is a voluntary station adopter with the Abbey Line Community rail partnership since its inception in 2005; and has been running a voluntary local transport user group since 1986.
He is also a leading UK flight and traditional archer, having had success over the years, since taking up the sport originally as a target archer in 1998 and switching in 2005.
Paul has written, published, and self-published books and some technical articles; including My Wonderful Fran, Artificial Nocturne, 30 years of bus deregulation and Planning and Development: changing the way we travel.
I hope you enjoy reading this novella. It was intended to be a fictional adventure about mental health and drug use, but also covers issues that confront many young people in today’s harsh economic world. There is also a gap in the current market for novels and novellas and indeed films concerning...