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Meet the Author: Monica With A ‘K’ Saves the World by E.D. Robson — Meet The Authors

Today we travel to the English East Midlands in the UK to chat with E.D. Robson about how having no practical skills, being a merchant navy cadet, swimming, pessimism, teaching, London, and Peak National Park come together as part of E.D.’s past and present… Continue Reading “Meet the Author: Monica With A ‘K’ Saves the World by E.D. Robson — Meet The Authors”

The Alien Librarian Series

Now available

Book 2 of the ‘Alien Librarian’ series, ‘Monika saves the Universe’ on Amazon’. Book 1 ‘Monica with a ‘K’ saves the world’ also available.

Accepting Responsibility

A bit of a drift away from my normal blogs; Last night I watched a news programme on the BBC (Newsnight). The main point of discussion was the publication of a report about Russian interference in British political issues such as the referendums for… Continue Reading “Accepting Responsibility”

Free Kindle download Saturday 18th & sunday 19th july 2020

Free Kindle Downloads 19th-21st June 2020

Books 1 and 2 of the light-hearted fantasy, ‘The Irrelevant One saga’ about the world’s most irrelevant person and his super-being, failed sister-in-law and Mesopotamian goddess, Gesh, the Drunken Weed. Book 1 – The Drunken Weed, Book 2 – Don’t upset the Cat.

New Book – Tales of an Accidental Life

My weekly blog posts about life as a deck cadet in the British Merchant Navy in the 1970s now put together into a short book. Available on Amazon kindle and paperback ($1.14, £0.99) https://www.amazon.com/Tales-Accidental-Life-Memoirs-Adventures-ebook/dp/B086BNHP38

Tales of an accidental life? (16)

Copyright © 2020 Denis Scott. All rights reserved. The M.V. Maihar The Seaman’s Discharge Book is an official record of a seaman’s service, along with the seaman’s card it is a requirement for every employee on a merchant ship.  The captain of the vessel… Continue Reading “Tales of an accidental life? (16)”

London March 2020 (2)

Had to cut short my wanders due to the health scare so I stayed in all day Tuesday before driving home from London back to the Midlands that night (everywhere was closing down anyway so it’s not as if I made any sacrifice). However,… Continue Reading “London March 2020 (2)”

London – March 2020

Visited London for London and South O.U.P.S. Day Conference at the London School of Economics and made a short five day break of it O.U.P.S. stands for the Open University Psychological Society. It’s main purpose is to provide academic resources for O.U undergraduate students… Continue Reading “London – March 2020”