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When I Had More Hair..Than Elvis. by John Newlands

When I Had More Hair..Than Elvis. by John Newlands

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When I Had More Hair..Than Elvis.

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Are you fed up reading books containing graphic sex scenes and lots of fighting and violence?...No..?
No neither am I...But listen...How about a wee change ? (They say it's as good as a holiday..so I've saved you lots of money already.)
This is the sequel to A Sprint Down Memory Lane...which ended when I was just seventeen and three-quarters...And that's me on the front cover of this book by the way... in December 1964....aged seventeen and threequarters.
Which gives me the opportunity...to show off my hair !
But to put that into context....
My granddaughter was brushing my greying locks recently when she said to me, in all seriousness....
“Grandpa...did you know you've got a hole in your hair” ? True, I'm afraid
A Sprint Down Memory Lane looked back at a wee boy's life in the West of Scotland...through the 1950's until the mid-sixties...and was a joyous recollection of things like of... "Listening to the wireless"..."Reading the Beano, The Dandy and the Wizard" "Christmas mornings"..."Getting our first black& white telly"..."Fishing in the burn with a jam jar"..."Discovering girls"..."Playing football"..."Discovering girls"..."Italian suits and winklepicker shoes"..."Going on holiday with my mates"..."Listening to Elvis/ The Beatles/ The Stones"... and of course..."Discovering girls"...and all written with humour as the central theme.
Join me then as I carry on my journey into adulthood...complete with sad stories...romantic stories...informative stories...but mainly ...funny stories... as once again I try to look on the bright side of life.
Many of my tales are from the forty plus years I spent in the Construction Industry...which had it's fair share of characters and natural comedians...and they highlight the humour I found there.
So if laughter's your thing..then this is the book for you.
Come on...what are you waiting for ?

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