I was born in 1962. I attended Braeside School, The New Beacon School and Sevenoaks School.
After gaining a degree in English and Fine Art I worked in the Wine Trade, in a Bank in Bangladesh, India and London and finally ended up teaching English, History and Cricket at Sussex House School in London. (Daniel Radcliffe was there while I was, it is my only claim to fame.)
Since 2001 I have been a 'stay at home' Dad juggling the things on my wife's to-do-list, two children and a number of other projects.
I love all sports particularly cricket which I play for a village team. I train at my local amateur boxing club and play Real Tennis at Hampton Court.
My next story is about an Indian Cricketing Super-hero.
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The Miracle of Bean's Bullion
by Mark Trenowden
Price: $2.99 USD. 53160 words.
Published by Derwent Press on May 6, 2012. Fiction.
Whilst camping in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada ‘Bird’ Doggley is spirited through time from 1962 to the present day. In his new world he
encounters the grandchildren of his best friend, Bobby Bean who are on holiday from England. With their help and that of the mysterious Jonny Eagle they attempt to solve a local mystery of stolen gold bullion.
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