RUNNING FOR HOME: A Life of Adventure, Danger and Sheer Farce pdf
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Running For Home: A Life Of Adventure, Danger And Sheer Farce

If you like Autobiographies, then this one is about an ordinary man rather than a celebrity. This book is about someone who actually lived and experienced many of the trying things in life like failure, fear and sometimes triumph.They say that the experiences in your life are the things that really form your character and make you the person you are. Until I began to write this book, I had no idea...

File Size: 2560 KB
Print Length: 316 pages
Publication Date: December 18, 2013
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Language: English
ASIN: B0072VTHAE
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that I anything worth sharing with other people.Early on in my life I had a head injury when I fell off my bicycle, the effects of this did not become apparent until I was much older. It is this that I believe contributed to some of the farcical and dangerous not to mention embarrassing situations that I got into over many years as a Deck Boy in the Merchant Navy, a Psychiatric Nurse, several trades in the Royal Navy including Aircrew and finally as a window cleaner.In this conglomeration of professions, I have many intriguing stories to tell, some ludicrous and some downright dangerous as I attempted to succeed in my many quests for self improvement. If you want to see just what it was like for an ordinary man who lacked confidence, and suffered many setbacks, then this Autobiography will be both entertaining and heartwarming.Review from Kindle Reader:"Loved this book - it was a real treat to read. I enjoyed the honesty of a man not afraid to say that he was afraid. He conquered the fear and that's bravery"Review from Kindle reader:Congratulations Christopher; your easy colloquial style, coupled with the anticipation contained within the narrative, is both compelling and disarming. You have created just the right mix of warmth and adventure in this extremely interesting account of your life. It maybe a cliche, but really it was difficult to close the kindle at the end of each reading session. Not technical incompetence, on my part, but just the sheer pleasure from reading the account of your life in such an engaging way. Thanks for the opportunity to share it with you.