On page 63-65 of the Wigan Edition of "Local Life" magazine, A D Rogers is interviewed by David Sudworth. Check out the article here!
Another great read from this natural storyteller! Thoroughly enjoyable an easy page turner, plenty of twists and turns to keep you engrossed to the last page.
by Lesley Gorham
Fantastic final book in this captivating trilogy - there's laughter and tears in this page turner that has you enthralled right up to the end. Let's hope there are more novels to come from this engaging author.
by Clare Bertrand
A little different from the previous two books, but nonetheless a great and easy read. Familiar characters popping up from previous books along with a number of themes completely different but easy to understand and work with. A good job for a worthy cause, well done Alan!
by Ed Fort
Back in 1976 I started work in the IT department of a Mining Machinery manufacturer in Wigan and continued in the same line of work until last year when I took early retirement. At the time of my retirement I was Eurasian Head of IT for a large Global company - and I had worked all over the world - and also in many different parts of the United States. In addition to working full-time, I also studied part-time at the University of Liverpool and in 2005 I graduated with a Masters Degree in IT.
I started to write in order to help with an arthritis problem in my hands - that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!