Radio Prudhoe interviews “Azarias Tor: A History Maker’ author Richard Abbott-Brailey
The author Richard Abbott- Brailey was interviewed by Prudhoe’s local radio station about his new book. The author responded to the questions about his latest publication and educated the audience about his work.
Richard Abbott-Brailey was born in London. He attended the school at Watford having moved there with his family when he was eight years old. He worked in the retail and sales sector and returned to education as a developed student.
He got his BA (Hons) and after his enchantment in lightning, theatre and stage management he graduated as a secondary school teacher. He is alumina of The Central School of Speech and now resides in Northumberland with his wife.
In his book, the author asks questions about the former and the future. He asks that is it the history that makes us or does we make the history?
Is it that we give up to the situations or do we adapt to it to make the ‘new future’?
He then says that imagine there are people out there who will make us a part of their histories like artists, politicians, world leaders and authors but what about the ordinary people?
Do they think the same? Does that person pass by holding any secrets that will change the fate of humanity or what if its impact is upon everyone, everywhere throughout the time?
The book has several avenues of unfinished subplots but has a cliffhanger ending which keeps it readers waiting for the next sequel.