My first book for youngsters, “A Frogs' Tale”, was done as a surprise for my Granddaughter Alicia, she and her Mum loved Frogs. She liked it, and so the first book expanded to two books, and now there are five. I called the series “Tales from Wingy Woods”.
Prior to the children’s books, I wrote a book to help interested people, to achieve their goal of obtaining a "Retirement Visa". To Thailand, Oddly enough – I called it -- “How to Retire to Thailand”
As a Part time resident in Thailand; I came across many people wanting to -- or dreaming of -- retiring there. They all faced many problems. Up-to-date and clear answers were difficult to find, and there were and still are, are plenty of 'rip-off' ‘Visa Companies’ in existence.
The charges that the Thai Immigration department makes for a visa are the same for everyone. I contend that no one needs to pay more than those charges. This book shows the way.
I started my working life as an engineering apprentice, and in my time worked on all kinds of Fabrications from Conveyor Systems to Bridges. I progressed into a company that fabricated whole Sugar Factories, and from that company I started out on a 20 year period when I worked overseas in many countries, firstly building Sugar Factories and then Petro-Chemical plants.
Other works that I have written include television scripts, poetry, and lots of songs, none of which have made me rich enough to stop writing.
Odysseys Of The Christmas Sporran And The Good Clock
by Alan Hart
Two poetic mini adventures for the young at heart
The first lays bare the exploits of the dreaded Sporran, as it supplements its Christmas dinner by thieving a tasty haggis.
The second tells of the reminiscences of an honest clock, as it remembers the exploits of the evil clock that tried to dominate the world
Then – there is a bonus flight of fancy, about a brief episode in the life of a tissue
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Smashwords book reviews by Alan Hart
on July 06, 2012
This is a great read. I think this author brings a little magic to his prose.