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“The Blue Colour of Light”
COMING SOON
CREATIVE
We all come from somewhere, a fact so blinkin’ obvious, so
integral to who we are, it seems impossible to distinguish it from
who each and every single one of us is.  I write this Introduction
as a 41-year old.  The book was written at roughly aged twenty,
and under a different title - “Needle and Thread.”  I don’t recall
why such a title was chosen; indeed, this long-forgotten work is
a recently-rediscovered treasure.  The new title reflects my so-
called ‘grown-up’ response to it.

Even at a young age I noticed that if I left town - say, went on
holiday - on coming back all that was once familiar now seemed
fresh, daylight has a brief, vacant quality to it, and as usually
happens in a dream a slight magnification alters everything. 
When we leave and return to a place the world is awash with the
blue colour of light.

The story is about a young lad, around twenty, who questions
the hum-drum life assigned to him (small market town, factories,
warehouses, same ol’ pubs, a stable family life if you’re lucky),
he loves his friends (‘muckers’ getting up to all sorts), and yet he
aspires to the bright lights of London.

I’ve lived “down smoke” a long time now.  Revisiting this book
feels like returning home.  I’m looking forward to sharing the
experience with you.