From blog to book

On Wednesday I wrote a book. Now, before I get picked up on a technicality by someone in the know,  I have to admit that it was actually a few Wednesdays ago, but I’ve only just got round to posting this blog so I hope you’ll forgive a little bit of poetic licence. That’s the […]

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Christmas competition answers

Well done to everyone who entered my Christmas competition. It was a close-run thing, but congratulations go to Penny in London, who won the first prize of a year’s subscription to Audible (audio books), and to Christine in Ashby and Denise in Birmingham, who each won a runner-up prize of a copy of my new book “Ski Boots and […]

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The long and short of it

In our family there’s a phenomenon known as the “Thomas goodbye”. Thomas is Mrs Oz’s maiden name and the Thomas goodbye pretty much applies to everyone on that side of the family, whether or not they’ve changed their surnames through marriage, as it’s a genetic, rather than a name thing. It’s what they do when […]

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Christmas competition 2013

Christmas comes but once a year, and so does my Christmas competition. This year’s fabulous prizes are a years’s subscription to Audible (giving the winner twelve free audio books) and copies of my new e-book, a compendium of my blogs to date (which you may recall was supposed to be forthcoming last Christmas and which has now finally progressed from […]

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Tales from the Abersoch Open 2013

Well, a promise is a promise, so here it is at last. The long wait is finally over. If you didn’t read my last blog you’ll no doubt be wondering what on earth I’m on about so, just for you, I’ll summarise… Back in May I played in the now famous Abersoch Open golf tournament. In case its fame has […]

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Delving into the depths

Following the recent departure of number one son to Manchester (see “University challenge”), on Sunday afternoon I decided to address a small issue that’s been troubling me for a while. For several years, in fact. When I say troubling, I mean causing my blood to simmer gently on a pretty much permanent basis, and to […]

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