I was born in London in 1956 and lived most of my life in the south of England.
Ted Bun came into existence in 2005 with the launch of the website The Sun On Our Buns (www.sunnybuns.me.uk). The pseudo name was necessary because I was working for a large national organisation and association with naturism would not have gone down well!
Then, looking in H&E Naturist one month, I saw an article/advert for a naturist resort in Portugal that was available for rental. The ideal opportunity for Ted Bun to start his own career.
Three fun filled summers later Mrs Bun decided this was what we wanted to do. We spent two years searching and then we found L'Olivette, our little paradise in the South of France, and started offering relaxing holidays in our gîte(www.handluggageholidays.co.uk).
So Ted Bun is;
About 13 years old.
Married to Mrs Bun
Web site author and designer
Manager of a naturist holiday destination in France
former Manager of the largest hard built naturist resort on the Algarve.
During the long evenings of the quiet season here in L'Olivette a series of novellas and short stories started to take shape, The Rags to Riches series.
The first book in which we first meet our central characters and the romance starts, "The Uncovered Policeman" was published on Valentine's Day 2016.
Book 9 is now (Jan 2018) in progress, and there are 5 short stories filling in gaps and exploring some of the other characters.
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Forty Shades of Green
by Ted Bun
Rags, the Uncovered Policeman, or as the passport office has him listed Sabbath Faversham Adiscombe is doing some clients a favour. He has travelled to the Republic of Ireland to help a couple make choices about investing their savings in a new home. One where they can pursue their favourite hobby and to share with friends.
Rags has experience of the special characteristics the house will need!
Going South - Forever
by Ted Bun
A short story 3000 words.
The winter of 1948 has Britain in it's grip.
There has to be a way out!
This, in a slightly steam punk manner, is the way the British were saved.
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