My Huckleberry Friend And Me

A way of life, a way of growing up, began to change as the 1950s moved into the Swinging Sixties, as the TV era evolved. It wasn’t an age of innocence – mischief aplenty included pilfering and poaching, gang fights, and discovering sex – but it was an age of comparative freedom. These rascally tales are irreverent, funny, politically incorrect. Not so much Cider With Rosie as Tizer with Terry. More

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Language: British English
ISBN: 9781310413827
About Frank Rawlins

I was born and brought up in historic Stamford in England, but now live near even more historic Oxford. I have a lovely wife, two lovely grown-up children and spouses, two lovely grandchildren, and four lovely step-grandchildren (such is the way of modern life).

I was a journalist for a chunk of my adult life – from junior reporter to editor – until I got really brassed off with working for somebody else and became a freelance editor/writer.

A funny thing happened when I reached 30-ish. I got interested in gardening. I so impressed myself designing my blank-canvas garden that I eventually took a course, and launched myself as a garden designer.

I combined the two enterprises for quite a while, until the gardener was overcome by a resurgent writing bug. So here we are...

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