Peter was born and raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during a phase that has become known as ‘the troubles’. He was educated at Saint Coleman’s College, Violet Hill, Newry, which he attended as a boarding pupil. He hated it and is proud that he managed to get expelled and escape the place he knew as Violent Hell.
After serving in the RAF, for a good number of years, where being included on the crew list for 92 Squadron, the most famous squadron in the RAF, is counted as the high point of his RAF career and not the multiple promotions or awards received from the New Year’s Honours list.
Life after the RAF was difficult as Peter tried to establish himself as a professional writer. He was encouraged by Carol Anne Duffy, the present Poet Laureate, and eventually settled as a ghost writer for major celebrities working through a leading London literary agent.
Changing direction again Peter has decided to write for himself and embraces new technology and how it can benefit writers and their careers. Under his own name Peter has been published in newspapers and magazines, written for the radio, won numerous writing awards and competitions and is now hoping to attain a certain level of success through new technology.
Peter has a BSc (hons) in accountancy and management and when not writing is a very creative candle maker, focusing on a Celtic style. His candle company is known as Celtic Illumination and he declares that he is the only person in the world to make ‘real’ tartan candles.
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Mac Fecker, The Pig and The Spy (Part Four)
For the Mac Fecker’s, a hangover is a self-inflicted injury, soothed by dunking your head in a barrel of rain water followed by a curry. Chunkie however begins to think he could further his career by shopping the spies yet isn’t concerned at all when Spud has him bobbing up and down in the kitchen singing “A policeman’s lot is not a happy one”.
Mac Fecker, The Pig and The Spy (Part Three)
The Mac Fecker clan begin to put their various plans into force. This involves pig rustling, strong drink, Uri Geller, more home brewed beer, badgers and of course randy servicemen. Manston begins to extort money from Mary, but he’s not really sure what for. Without knowing it the MOD are providing the Mac Feckers with food, and soon some of it will be on the hoof.
Mac Fecker, The Pig And The Spy (Part Two)
Jack is told that his neighbour is a friend of Dorothy's and his farm is a secret government experimental facility. In this second part we meet more members of the Mac Fecker clan and the flamboyant neighbour. Plans are beginning to form, not just for Jack, but what’s Mary up to in the barn, what part will Chunkie play in the Pirates of Penzance and what exactly are Buckminster Fullerenes?
Mac Fecker, The Pig And The Spy (Part One)
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Jack Mac Fecker, pig breeder, farmer and father never thought that he would enter the world of spying, Steven Speilberg, badger rights, home brewing and gay farmers, especially not in the Mountains of Mourne. Temptation, in all its forms, invaded his world and he responded as any half educated Irishman would. Here we meet Jack and his family and find him at the doorstep of a world of espionage.
Par For The Course
(4.71 from 7 reviews)
A humorous look at the British class system. Meet Buntie and Rupert, stalwarts of the etiquette police, chinless wonders who bellow and bluff their way through life.
This story was inspired by the poster that used to hang in the boarding house windows in London at the turn of last century stating, “No Blacks, No Dogs, No Irish.”
Roger Collins has been invited to give a display of his fighting skills by participating in a Mixed Martial Arts bout, which will be one of the highlights of the forthcoming Turkish annual wrestling tournament at Edirne in Turkey.
As an ex member of the armed forces there's two things he can't turn down, a pretty face and a bit of adventure. Blistering action set in the world of MMA
A Collection Of Fairy Tales
This is a collection of nine fairy tales. The author has used all the standard traditional elements required for fairy tales, such as trolls, headless horses and fairy folk. Some are scary and some fun, such as the great haggis drove in Driftwood On The Sand. Children love these stories as will you reading them out loud.
Imagine a man who's outlook on life is similar to Don Quixote, who's approach to life is similar to Spike Milligan's and who's drinking habits mirror those of the late and much loved George Best. If he could speak French he would probably say Non,je ne regrette rien.
Fall about funny, belly laughs by the bucket load.
12 Short Stories
12 Irish flavoured short stories that will amuse, delight and keep you turning pages. One story was inspired by Kipling's, Danny Deever, another by the poster that used to be displayed in English boarding houses stating "No blacks, no dogs, no Irish". These stories have not been picked randomly from the either but are well written, sometimes humourous, responses to many modern day issues.
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