Jim loved writing. At nineteen his goal in life was to be a top notch journalist. His first step on the ladder was for a hairdressing magazine in Soho, London. Despite WW2 intervening, changing his career, and moving across the world to Australia, Jim continued to write stories, poetry and his diaries.
A lifetime later, he compiled his notes and recounted his life on typewritten pages, which he then bound and presented to his daughter Trish.
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Wow! was my reaction when I read Dad’s book. He was a story teller; passionate about words on paper and spoken. He would be so chuffed to know others were interested enough to read his stories about ordinary people and life 1920-1980; and how it relates to life almost a century later.
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