Extract from “the Man Who …. 3

After the service, Brian was puzzled at the closeness of the butcher Gibbon, and the representative from the channel swimmer society. The two were talking as though they had known each other all their lives. Brian’s Mum put her arm through her sons in solidarity. Brian missed the point of this action and pointed overContinue reading “Extract from “the Man Who …. 3”

Extract from The Man Who Forgot How to ride a Bike .. 2nd Sorry about spelling and bits rough copy..

Brian eased the Raleigh Olympus through the kitchen and into the hall. He past the photograph of his uncle Derrick hanging in the hallway, and then walked up to the front door. “I’ll be off then,” he said, looking for his dad. “Thanks for getting my bike out of the shed.” “Well thanks for comingContinue reading “Extract from The Man Who Forgot How to ride a Bike .. 2nd Sorry about spelling and bits rough copy..”

Extract from the Man Who forgot how To ride A Bike

“Hello Mum.” Brian didn’t knock, just entered the house of his parents straight through the front door. “Put the kettle on Mum, I’m going to have a look in the shed for my bike.” Brian walked through to the kitchen and on toward the back door only to meet his Dad bending over what appearedContinue reading “Extract from the Man Who forgot how To ride A Bike”