17 short stories; count 'em! 4 Bogas Biographies; count 'em! Umpteen poems; I haven't counted 'em! This is the compilation of my collections; "The Skiffies," "Now That's What I Call Gibberish!," "The Almost English Dictionaarony," A Reptile Dysfunction and "Rhyming Stuff"
Name: Aaron David. Age: The wrong side of forty. Location: Bolton, the north of England. Occupation: Tradesman and brilliant novelist. My first novel; "The Tale of the Ancient Marina" is described thus; Hilarious, thrilling, moving and repellent in that order, with a heart-stopping chase scene worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster. Mike, an aimless young man, undertakes a train journey from the north of England to London, on the glimmer of an opportunity, for a job interview. He quickly realizes the job is somehow gang related and scarpers. He later inadvertently meets some of the said gang and scarpers again, heading back to the north. Ken, a family man approaching forty and Tony, a really bad baddie become unlikely friends, Ken eventually having to leave the family home and move in with Tony. Two members of the London gang track Mike down in the north with vengeance on their minds. Poor timing as Mike has gone and fallen in love. Add in a hamster infestation, a couple of cold-blooded murders, a European cheese magnate and a clapped out 1979 Morris Marina with an attitude and you have one of the wittiest novels to originate from the UK for some years. My second novel; "All the Loft Insulation You can Eat" is on it's way but don't hold your breath.