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Geoff Lee

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About Geoff Lee

  • Birthday 04/09/1939

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  1. I am the author of the novels One Winter, One Spring, One Summer, One Autumn, Two Seasons and Three Good Years all of which are written against a strong rugby league background. This coming Saturday (January 19th) from 2 p.m, I will be in the Roots and Shoots Health Food Shop in Cavendish Street explaining how to write a novel based on your own life. This coincides with the recent publication of my latest novel which is set during the 2006, 07 and 08 seasons and with a background of work, family life, saving the NHS and Rugby League. For more details of my Ashurst series that starts during that terrible winter of 1962/63 visit my web site at www.geofflee.net and that of my publisher London League Publications at www.llpshop.co.uk Click on Books and then Fiction
  2. I am the author of the six novels One Winter, One Spring, One Summer, One Autumn, Two Seasons and Three Good Years. All are written against a strong Rugby League background. This coming Saturday January 19th at 2p.m. I will be in the Roots and Shoots Health Food Shop in Cavendish Street in Keighley , explaining how it is possible to write a novel based on your own life and times. This coincides with the recent publication of my latest novel which has a background of work, family life, saving the NHS and Rugby League during the 2006, 07 and 08 seasons. For more details of my Ashurst series visit my web site at www.geofflee.net and also the publisher London League Publications at www.llpshop.co.uk Click on books and then on fiction
  3. A few more chapter titles: Minnie Cotton versus Dewsbury, Dining out in London with a Lord, Callaghanism and Neo Liberalism, Was the Archbishop wrong and The Church of the Everyday Saints. Yes the book is available on Kindle.
  4. My latest novel "Three Good Years" has recently been published. It is set during the 2006, 07 and 08 seasons with a background of work, family life, saving the NHS and Rugby League. Most of the novel is set in the fictional South Lancashire town of Ashurst and is inspired by my love and knowledge of rugby league along with the old saying about work that "They could write a book about this place. It would be a best seller". Among the 25 chapter titles are The Jehovah's Widnes, I follow Marlborough League, Telling Stevo about Uno's Dabs, The Welsh chamber maid, "The Dream", New Years Day 2007, Them bloody stupid pliers, "I hope that Guy Fawkes is standing", "Your mother grew up in Tiger Bay", The lady from Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, He's in St Helens Hospital and The CID are now involved. Available from the publisher London League Publications at www.llpshop.co.uk ( Click on books and then click on fiction} or any good book shop.
  5. This coming Saturday (December 1st) I will be in the Airedale Shopping Centre opposite WH Smith from 10.30 signing copies of my latest novel "Three Good Years". It is set during the 2006, 07 and 08 seasons with a background of Work, Family Life, Saving the NHS and Rugby League. It has around 80,000 words and should make a nice Christmas present for anybody who finds the following chapter titles of some interest. The Jehovah's Widnes, Minnie Cotton versus Dewsbury, Dining out in London with a Lord, "I follow Marlborough League", Pissaro, Picasso and Phil's Uncle Jack, The Welsh Chamber Maid, Telling Stevo about Uno's Dabs, The Church of the Everyday Saints, Your mother grew up in Tiger Bay, "I hope that Guy Fawkes is standing", The lady from Sint-Jans-Molenbeek. "He's in St Helens Hospital" and CID are now involved.
  6. The launch of a new book written by Alex Service and Adrian Lawrenson and called "On This Day" will be held in the Saints Superstore on Saturday November 17th from 11 until 1. The price is £13-95 with all profits going to the Saints Community Foundation. Everybody welcome to attend. More details on the web site of the publisher London League Publications at www.llpshop.co.uk
  7. This coming Saturday (November 3rd) from 10.30 onwards, I will be in Waterstones signing copies of my latest and sixth novel which is called "Three Good Years". It is set during the 2006, 2007 and 2008 seasons, with a background of work, family life, saving the NHS and Rugby League and was recently reviewed by Sally Clifford in the Telegraph and Argus in its Book of the Week.
  8. The sixth novel in my Ashurst series has now been published. It is set during the 2006, 07 and 08 seasons with a background of Work, Family, Saving the NHS and Rugby League. Among the chapter titles that give some indication of the novel's content are: The Jehovah's Widnes, Minnie Cotton versus Dewsbury, Lord Beeching has been beaten before, Telling Stevo about Uno's Dabs, The Dream, The Ashurst Poetry Group, The Church of the Everyday Saints, Your mother grew up in Tiger Bay, The Lady from Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, and finishing off with He's in St Helens Hospital and finally CID are now involved. I expect that it will soon be on sale in the club shop but for those who live further afield it can be purchased from the publisher London League Publications. Visit their web site at www.llpshop.co.uk then click on Books and then click on Fiction.
  9. The book launch of "Big Den" written by Phil Hodgson will be held on 17th July in the Tigers Bar. The main speakers will be Malcolm Reilly and Phil Hodgson. Everybody welcome.
  10. Anyone looking for a novel that is set against a Rugby League background that also covers work, family life, old friends and Yorkshire/Lancashire industrial humour, meet me in Waterstones this coming Saturday (April 21st) from 11 onwards. I will be in there signing copies of my fifth novel which is called "Two Seasons" and is set during 2002 and 2003. Among the chapter titles are included: An evening in Bailiff Bridge, A day on the M62, A day out in Wigan, The good Yorkshireman, The sermon on Mount Pleasant, Listening to Eddie and Stevo, A Tale from Knowsley Road, Hazel says "No" to Bush and Blair, "Will you be our Auntie Thelma", A Swedish affair, E Mails from Amsterdam, The spoilt papers might win it, and Martindale's Chip Shop!
  11. I am the author of five novels (One Winter, One Spring, One Summer, One Autumn and Two Seasons). They are all inspired by the old saying about work that "They could write a book about this place. It would be a best seller" and cover such everyday things like romance, family life and family tree, work, old friends, rock 'n' roll and Rugby League and are written against a strong Lancashire Yorkshire humorous background On Wednesday morning (February 28th) from 10 onwards I have been invited to speak at the Huddersfield central library monthly coffee morning event about my novels and at the same time advise members of my audience how they too can write a novel based around their own life and times. However if you are unable to attend please tell your parents or grandparents about this event because if they do decide to come along for the first time, they might even meet some old friends there. And if not, the coffee at this coffee morning and the biscuits are free!
  12. I am the author five novels (One Winter, One Spring, One Summer, One Autumn and Two Seasons). They cover the years between 1962 and 2003, are written against a Lancashire Yorkshire background that covers work, romance, family life and family tree, old friends, rock 'n' roll and Rugby League and are inspired by the old saying about work that "They could write a book about this place. It would be a best seller". . This coming Thursday (February 22nd) from 7 onwards, I will be in The Triangle at 47 Bradford Road Shipley talking about them and telling my audience about how to write a novel based around their own life and times. Visit The Triangle web site on Facebook and learn more about the event. Everybody invited and particularly any budding authors.
  13. I am the author of five novels (One Winter, One Spring, One Summer, One Autumn and Two Seasons). All are written against a Lancashire/Yorkshire background that includes, work, romance, family life and family tree, old friends, rock 'n' roll and Rugby League. All are inspired by the old saying about being at work that "They could write a book about this place. It would be a best seller". This coming Thursday (February 22nd) starting at 7, I will be in the Triangle at 47 Bradford Road Shipley, explaining how to write a novel based around your own life and times. All welcome and particularly any budding writers. Visit The Triangle on Facebook and click on Events for more details under "There is a book in everyone".
  14. I am the author of five novels: (One Winter, One Spring, One Summer. One Autumn and Two Seasons). They cover the years between 1962 and 2003 and are inspired by the old saying about work that "They could write a book about this place. It would be a best seller". They have a humourous Lancashire/Yorkshire background, one that includes work, romance, family life and the family tree, old friends, and rugby league. Much of that is based on my own life and times which includes being born in 1939 and growing up in St Helens, living in Halifax while working at Crosrol, as an electrical draughtsman, first at Brunswick Mill and then in Pellon Lane and being a regular attender at Thrum Hall for around seven seasons. On Thursday 15th February from 6.30, I will be in the new Halifax Central Library talking about how to write a novel based broadly on your own life and times. They say that there is a novel in everybody. Let me give you some ideas about how to start writing yours.
  15. Copies of Trevor Delaney's "Come On Northern. The fall and rise of Bradford Northern RLFC 1954 to 1965" will be on sale on the London League Publications stall at the Programme Fair to be held this coming Saturday January 20th in the Trevor Foster Lounge at Odsal starting at 10 a.m..
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