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Author Spotlight!

In a shameless attempt at self promotion, I’m posting up my Lulu author spotlight! Please buy all the wonderful products available on this so I can continue my travels! http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Harry1000  

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Attack of the Atomic Airships! : The Adventures of Air Group Captain Sebastopol Valiant.

For those of you who followed my blog all the way through, you’ll know that I was writing a novel whilst on my travels. So here it is, with a slight change in the title, (in my blog I mentioned … Continue reading

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Blogs, Bikes & Jelly Beans!

I’d like to give a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who has followed my blog whilst I was on my adventure around New Zealand. Unfortunately, all good things come to an end. Now though, you can buy my book of … Continue reading

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Beware of the Cows

If you think about it, you’d be highly suspicious if you past a field full of people who stopped what they were doing and stared at you silently as you went by. You’d at least feel uneasy that you in … Continue reading

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Gentlemen, Lets Broaden Our Minds!

“So, why do you guys keep saying you’re from different countries all the time?” I looked at the Canadian girl who’d just asked me where I was from, sat opposite me in Curly’s Bar in Waitomo. She sipped her Bacardi … Continue reading

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It’s a Small World.

When I was camping in the van by Lake Roititi, on the South Island, I met two German girls who were driving one of the Wicked Camper vans. These camper vans are brightly coloured and decorated in all sorts of … Continue reading

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Dr Exchequer, or How I stopped worrying and learned to love my wallet.

“Is the patient going to pull through, Dr Exchequer?” The nurse with the California facelift and breasts to match asked, her ridiculously short blue uniform skirt barely covering the top of her suspenders. Dr Exchequer; suave, sophisticated neuroscientist, brain surgeon, … Continue reading

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