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George F Mason

Author, Angler and Artist
 

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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...

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Bossyboots by George F Mason

Bossyboots

by George F Mason

Michael Riley's life is turned into turmoil when his wife decides she's had enough of his bossy ways and walks out on him. However, his intitial devastation is short lived when he takes action to convert the problem into an opportunity. Being a manager he makes plans to find a replacement for his wife, but ends up in embarrassing and hilarious situations.

The story of Michael's quest to find new love is set against a background of greed and industrial treachery. His boss, who is...

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Freelance Writing: How To Get started As A Freelance Writer by George F Mason

Freelance Writing: How To Get started As A Freelance Writer

by George F Mason

Many people earn a living from being a freelance writer. However, if you are considering freelance writing as a way to make some extra money or even making a career out of it, this book should help.

The author became a freelance writer in 2003, but the journey wasn't easy. He wasted too much time chasing the countless opportunities and in this book he hopes to prevent the readers from repeating his mistakes. He explains the best route to publication and shares his hard won...

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No Fishing In Here: Just Short Stories by George F Mason

No Fishing In Here: Just Short Stories

by George F Mason

This book contains a dozen of my short stories. Revenge, denial and anger are some of the themes which are explored, but there is also humour to provide a little balance.I have written many short stories. In this book I have chosen my favourite twelve.

Self-Publishing Paperbacks: plus E-books on Kindle and Smashwords by George F Mason

Self-Publishing Paperbacks: plus E-books on Kindle and Smashwords

by George F Mason

A guide to self-publishing books in both paperback and e-book format. The publishing industry is changing and the number of Indie authors is increasing at a rapid rate. If you've written a book and you are being ignored by the traditional publishing houses and agents, this book will show you how to go it alone. This book explains about self-publishing and shows the reader how easy it is to get a book into the global market place and at zero cost.

The Fishing Detectives: Bun In The Oven by George F Mason

The Fishing Detectives: Bun In The Oven

by George F Mason

The second book in The Fishing Detectives series. Fred Tench investigates the discovery of a body in a pottery kiln. The murderer had hoped to destroy any evidence by cremating the body, but it was only enough to throw the detectives off the scent. During the investigation, Fred also makes time to take his young Welsh constable out for his first fishing session. However, nothing goes to plan, especially when his young charge tries out a secret bait of his own.

The Fishing Detectives: Carp Rustlers by George F Mason

The Fishing Detectives: Carp Rustlers

by George F Mason

Fred Tench is a detective working in the Potteries area of Staffordshire and he is delighted when he gets a chance to work on a case of carp rustling. He is joined in his quest to apprehend the criminals by a young new recruit from Aberystwyth.

They work well together despite their governor's inability to take a crime against fishing seriously. Eventually, they catch those responsible and also clear up another crime along the way.

The Fishing Detectives: The Match by George F Mason

The Fishing Detectives: The Match

by George F Mason

Fred Tench is reluctantly pushed into being the captain of a team which will be competing in National Police Angling Championship on a river he hasn't fished before. He formulates a team plan that will bring decent results, but there is mutiny in the camp.

While preparing and taking part in the fishing competition, the Sergeant is also trying to catch some metal theives and inadvertantly discovers the location the canabis factory that has eluded one of his colleagues for several...

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Fishing: Learn from the Tips & Laugh at the Tales by George F. Mason

Fishing: Learn from the Tips & Laugh at the Tales

by George F Mason

George Mason has been passionate about fishing since his father bought him his first rod in the early sixties. It was only a cheap 2 piece cane affair but he enjoyed catching fish with it in the village pond.

As the years went on George acquired better tackle and began taking part in fishing competitions. He became successful and won many trophies, including his local championship which he won for 2 years in succession.In this book he passes on the tips that helped him catch more...

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