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A Staffordshire Boy: Tales of Fishing and Other Fun by George F Mason

A Staffordshire Boy: Tales of Fishing and Other Fun

by George F Mason

A series of extremely funny tales from the author's childhood, which he spent in a small village in Staffordshire. He came from a large family and like most of his friends he lived in a council house, but that didn't stop him having a great time. Set in the ten years between the mid-fifties and mid-sixties he tell tales about fishing, escapades with his friends and his father who was a hard drinking man that was a stranger to a night in front of telly. This isn't a book about childhood misery because the stories in this book are not only funny and heart warming, they also provide a record of what village boys did for entertainment in the days before computers and ipads were invented. Every person has stories to tell from their childhood and the author is very proud to relate his in this book.



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George F Mason

George F Mason

Author, Angler and Artist

George Mason is an indie author, angler and artist.

He goes fishing as often as possible. If he isn't fishing, he is probably writing about it, and if he isn't writing he will be burning images into a piece of wood with his pyrography iron.


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