Les Williams has been a keen history buff all of his life and is fortunate to live in an area rich in Roman and Medieval archaeology, but he has a keen interest in modern history, too. He is fascinated by the human and social aspects of any period in history and especially by the political and social turmoil of the 1960’s. He has long been interested in the triumphs and tragedies of the Kennedy family and the more he read, the more intrigued he became. He found that there were lots of books on individual family members but very few that told the full and complete story of what happened to each of Joe Kennedy’s children and why. He felt very strongly that there was a need for such a book so he decided to research and write it himself. The end product of this process is his book, “The Kennedy Curse: Shattered,” which is available on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback format.
But this is just one of his many writing projects. Les is about to publish a novel set in Roman Britain and a small book on how to manage a small business. He is also working on a children’s book that he intends to publish at a later date.
In addition to his writing activity, Les also paints pop-art pictures of legends of the stage and screen and has had some success in this venture. He has exhibited (and sold work) at the official Ryder Cup Exhibition in 2012 and has sold pieces in other markets and forums, including one at Pebble Beach Golf Resort in California.
Where to find Les Williams online
The Kennedy Curse: Shattered
by Les Williams
The tragic and true story of how Joe Kennedy drove his children to achieve perfection and to win at everything; at any cost. This book tells how the Kennedy family achieved wealth and power beyond belief and how they made enemies of some very dangerous people along the way, with tragic consequences for them all.
Why Don't You Mind Your Own Business!
by Les Williams
Do you operate a small to medium sized business (SME) and have you ever wondered how the big players manage and operate theirs? Are you a student or a new graduate who wants to gain a simple, basic insight into how the larger companies and organisations might structure and operate their Business Management Systems?
If so, this book may be for you!
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