About

Hello and thanks for visiting my little WordPress thingy. If you’ve stumbled across me by accident I’m an author and journalist. (Although I hate that word. Let’s just say that every so often I write an article or two for the odd magazine.) Occasionally I teach people to use software such as Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator.

If you’re American there’s more of a chance that you have heard of me. Back in the 1990s my first book ‘Internet Spy’ was a bestseller there and was made into a TV film. In the UK you might know me as the author of Rope Burns and a few other things. Many years ago I was a sports and music journalist.

There’s also a very good chance that you don’t know me from Adam.

Have fun and feel free to drop me a line.

190 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you for following my blog. I love your sense of humor and terrific writing skills. Do I need to tell you I’m now following you? I should apologize for taking so long, but I’ve been swamped and will be doing a blog on that.

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  2. Thanks very much for following The Immortal Jukebox Ian. I hope you will enjoy lots of entertaining writing and the wide variety of music. I usually post once a week. Please feel free to add comments. If it’s been a while since you visited come on over and see what’s new! Good luck with all your projects. Regards Thom.

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  3. Hello, my name is Paul R. Hewlett. You added your book, Johnny Nothing, to our review queue at Sher A. Hart: Written Art blog. I am interested in reading and reviewing this book, Please contact me at lionelsnod (at) hotmail (dot) com to discuss. Thanks!

    Paul R. Hewlett

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