A Staffordshire Boy: Tales of Fishing and Other Fun

Funny tales about the author's years growing up in a small village in the English countryside. Written to entertain; it also provides a record of what a group of young boys did to amuse themselves in a decade that spanned the fifties and sixties.
The author came from a large family, had little money and his father drank for England, but that didn't stop him and his friends having a good time . More

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Published: Oct. 12, 2011
Words: 48,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466017337
About George F Mason

I worked in manufacturing for over 30 years and climbed the promotion ladder to become the production manager of a facility that made electricity meters. Not an exciting product, but the buzz that came from achieving production targets and the banter with my friends was great.

However, I took up a redundancy option in 2003 and set myself up as a freelance writer. I have been supplying articles and short stories to magazines etc. At the moment I am concentrating on writing books for self-publication. I have two books currenly available in print form. More details about me my books and writing services can be found on my website.

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