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George Mahood is an award-winning writer. Specifically, he was placed third in the Little Brington Village Fete's limerick competition (Under 11s category) in 1988. It was the same year that Mrs Marriott's legendary fruit loaf was beaten in the WI cake contest for the first time in six years. George studied Communication Studies and English Literature at Leeds University. After spending a year travelling in the USA (with clothes and money), he worked for several years in a variety of jobs including charity fund-raising and garlic bread making. He currently works as a photographer, specialising in weddings. George has been the lead singer and guitarist of a rubbish band and the chairman and midfielder of an awful Sunday-league football team. George has plenty more madcap ideas that will form the basis of future books. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook to keep in touch, see more photos, and to hear about future projects. http://www.facebook.com/georgemahood http://www.twitter.com/georgemahood --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
An enjoyable story of ordinary Brits who make Britain not so ordinary and well worth getting to know betterPublished 4 days ago by Kindle Customer
Funny, honest and very enjoyable. I found myself being inspired to do something adventurous. A really easy and enjoyable read.Published 6 days ago by rebecca m edwards gill
This is to be part of a Christmas present to someone who cycled this in JulyPublished 14 days ago by Mrs. M. I. Pierce
Excellent and yes your plan worked I got this book free which made me want more so bought your next two books brill xPublished 19 days ago by sue hooper
Thanks for reminding us that humanity, generosity and trust are alive and well in the UK.
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