I caught some of Pud’s passion back then. Like him, I became a lover of words. I wanted to write. I wanted my words to come alive and be noticed and be meaningful. But those ambitions were quelled with the passing years. The business of life just got in the way.
And then I retired, and the passion stirred. I came across my early writing: the complete manuscript of a novel; a travel journal I had begun, but never finished; stories I had accumulated, some nearly forty years old. It was all there, preserved, secreted in the darkness, gathering dust. I had written the stories for pleasure. When I re-read them, they gave me pleasure again.
Anyway, you should know the routine by now. Pud’s Legacy is FREE to download all weekend. Give it a punt, dude. What have you got to lose?