Posted on: Feb 12, 2019 at 4:46 PM
Cannot find where to change Residential details. Anybody?
I was friends with Derrick at school, and even then he had some mental health issues. Sad in any event.
Posted on: Aug 18, 2018 at 1:34 AM
Thanks Mike. Hope you enjoy it!
Posted on: Sep 06, 2018 at 8:31 PM
Happy birthday Gary! I trust that you had a fantastic day. You really need to attend one of our lunches that we organize every 3 months or so. I used to have a beach cottage in Collins Street, Uvongo so I know that its not such a long drive.......LoL!
Posted on: Aug 27, 2018 at 12:32 PM
Happy birthday for next Sunday Cedric. I trust that the Tassie winter hasn't been too cold for you guys!!
Posted on: Aug 18, 2018 at 10:20 PM
Thanks guys for all your positive responses. I hope you all enjoy reading it!
Posted on: Aug 18, 2018 at 1:27 AM
Hi Dave, How nice to hear from you. Wine is also sonething of a passion for me. On tgat point I would urge you to seek out some of theIsraeli wines which are becoming popular these days. In particular Saslove is a wonderful vineyard with a small but very high quality Yeild. I look forward to hearing your comments on the book. Thanks and best wishes.
Posted on: Aug 16, 2018 at 6:08 PM
Hi there everyone.
I'm VERY excited to announce that my book, "Train in the Distance" has been PUBLISHED! Based on my personal experiences as a reporter in Durban in the 1970s, it tells the story of young journalist campaigning against apartheid, its symbols and often brutal ramifications; searching for truth and freedom...freedom of expression, freedom of choice, freedom from fear. His quest eventually brings him to Israel, where his hopes seem to be on the verge of realization, only to be dashed by personal loss in a terrorist attack. The chilling truth behind the attack sends him on a further mission - for revenge. This story presents a different narrative about apartheid-South Africa: not told from a point of view of a black person suffering under that loathsome policy; but from the point of view of a young white journalist, with a strong social conscience, who passionately hates what the policy is doing to his country and its people, and faces the dire consequences of his anti-government stance. In effect, a white victim of apartheid. It covers the turbulent years of mid-1970s South Africa, fear and tragedy during the first Intifada in Israel...and the interlaced events of the First Gulf War, the eventual capture of Saddam Hussein...and an ironic twist.
You can obtain the printed or Kindle version from Amazon.com at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/171890276X
Once you've read it, PLEASE send reviews. I hope you all get to read it and enjoy it!
You can read more about the book and its background at: www.larrybtraininthedistance.com
or on my Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Train-in-the-Distance-a-journalists-search-for-truth-freedom-and-revenge-509177132857845/?modal=admin_todo_tour