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Novelist Stewart Bint writes a regular column in a fortnightly magazine, The Flyer.Ranging from the intensely personal, humorous and hard hitting controversy, to sheer whimsy, those columns are gathered here in one volume.Topics covered include Twitter bullies, recycling, the nanny state, charities...both good and bad...cold telephoning calling, football referees, should tNovelist Stewart Bint writes a regular column in a fortnightly magazine, The Flyer.Ranging from the intensely personal, humorous and hard hitting controversy, to sheer whimsy, those columns are gathered here in one volume.Topics covered include Twitter bullies, recycling, the nanny state, charities...both good and bad...cold telephoning calling, football referees, should the clergy hand Easter over to big business, the author's real life brush with the supernatural, going barefoot, a highly emotional letter written by the author's Father in 1936, phrases which drive you mad, and a childhood incident. Along with a fascinating account of the author's two meetings with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher....

Title : Up Close And Personal
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ISBN : 9781311533821
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 582 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Up Close And Personal Reviews

  • Amanda
    2019-02-22 21:30

    I’m humbled I met Stewart and he friended me so quickly. He took me under his wing (thanks Alfie) and sheltered me as I needed. Very quickly I needed to know the man behind the screen and was grateful he had written this book and shared. I enjoyed and every once in awhile I pick it up to read snippets along my journey. Thank you Stewart for who you are!!!

  • D.M. Cain
    2019-02-24 21:33

    These are delightful little snippets of humour, wisdom and observations of daily life. Stewart Bint has a delightful way with words and these short articles are wonderful little bites of amusement. Yet, despite the flippant, joyous passages that made me giggle, there are often deeper, political undertones to make the reader think. As a fan of Bint's novels, I was intrigued to read something of a totally different style, but lo and behold - he delivered.