Bob Little began writing as a young boy but didn’t start earning money from writing until he became a journalist – by complete accident – in 1982. Later, also by accident, he became a journalist and editor specialising in the corporate training/ learning sector. From there, he was introduced to what became the corporate online learning technologies industry in May 1990. His work in this field is published, in various formats, around the world, especially in the UK, the USA, Germany and South America. Simultaneously, Bob’s interest in history has found published expression in a history of Pendley Manor and also in editing his father’s World War II memoirs (The Canvas Chapel). His semi-serious flirtation with classical music over many years has, similarly, produced two books – one on how to sing (How to get off the Sofa and Sing like a Professional (Opera) Singer) and the other being a biography of his singing teacher, the opera singer, Edgar Evans (Edgar Evans Extempore).