William McEwan (commonly known as Willie or Bill) is qualified in Enar therapy, and has completed a Natural Healthcare Course with The Herbal Education Resources Centre New Zealand. He is a qualified engineer holding a Full Technological Certificate from The City & Guilds of London Institute; he is also an Advanced Toastmaster. He spent many years writing exam papers and tuition papers in Engineering, but has since turned his writing skills to another area which has been a lifelong passion. He is interested in natural health and nutrition, healthy living, the environment and natural medicines. Bill was born in Scotland, immigrated to New Zealand in 1966 where he still lives. Bill is a vegetarian and although he at present is not studying professionally, he is always researching and gaining knowledge in health and nutrition both for his own benefit and the benefit of others.
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Harry the Haggis
by William McEwan
The story of Harry the Haggis is for children from the 3 to six years of age; my great grandson listened intently when his mother read it to him.
Harry has great difficulty getting to his favourite source of food. Being an enterprising wee fella, he is not deterred. Therefore, recruits the help of a grumpy old carthorse.
A mythical children’s story about a Haggis and his friends, his challenges
A Reluctant Soldier
by William McEwan
In Britain from 1947 (after WW2) and through until 1960 there was what was called National Service. Young men on turning eighteen were “Called Up” to do their 2 years compulsory military service. This is a true story of a young Scotsman's memories of his two years National Service during the early post war years
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