Richard Herring - Warming Up Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I dipped in and out of Warming Up on the web if I had time, but this daily blog is perfect for Kindle. It is easy to catch-up with whenever there are a spare couple of minutes during the day - and great to take a break from the daily drudgery and escape to the glamorous showbiz lifestyle of an award winning stand-up and snooker players.
Richard Herring is always honest and open, and must be commended for trying to get something funny and interesting out of every day. Warming up is frequently hilarious and for 99p it's a bargain!
I look forward to it appearing on my kindle every day and, no matter what book I have on the go, I always read it immediately I know it's there.
He writes so engagingly even when it is of apparently mundane matters such as his cats or swimming lane antics.
I can't imagine ever not knowing what's going on in his life.
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I cannot believe he keeps going for seemingly so little reward. I have turned into a devoted fan since getting these endless blogs. Read morePublished on 3 Dec. 2013 by Jon Edwards
This blog was a highlight in my day. My switch off from work. My glass of pinot moment. Sometimes my even in-the-bath-and-pinot-moment (too much?). Read morePublished on 16 Oct. 2013 by Nell
The fact that its always written is an important one. Every single day, gigging or not, while writing other stuff, this blog gets written, discussing problems on tour, issues with... Read morePublished on 28 Mar. 2013 by Andrew Allen