Forgotten Memories

Visitor after visitor comes to see Oliver.
All sharing the same name as his son and daughter.
And, all sharing the same interests.
None of which have Oliver's interests at heart. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
  • Words: 8,680
  • Box Set: Yes
  • Language: British English
  • ISBN: 9780463203156
About James McGregor

Welcome to my page.

I am James McGregor.

I write you and you can read. Perfect Match.

When I was thirteen I started to listen and become interested in music. My friend started to learn the keyboard and our musical journey began. It was here that I started to write lyrics, incredibly cheesy and tacky ones, to the factory setting sounds of the keyboard. This developed into actual songwriting once I began to learn the guitar and we formed a band. Years went by and the music faded away, but the words stayed. The lyrics that I wrote turned into poems, and poems turned into short stories. And soon, the short stories will turn into full-length novels, however, I am not there just yet. I am from Lincoln, England, but at the minute I am living in Tallinn, Estonia. I hope you enjoy my work.

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