A short (just over 7,000 words) and excruciatingly funny 'history' of the game of cricket... "Let’s get to grips with the modern game, the game I call Sticks and Twigs. Now, I know what a football is, and I know it’s the name of a game, but what is a cricket? Tis neither bat nor ball nor stump - is it?"
Neil Walton survived a protracted clinical depressive phase, only to be diagnosed with type II bipolar disorder. An occupational therapist referred him to a local editorial team and writing ensued... His observational humour (and a life full of much craziness with the occasional added dash of extremely strange) has given birth to 'A Section for Laughing'.
Golf, a nice walk spoiled by chasing a little white ball. This heavily illustrated, side splitting, often sexually suggestive humour book will leave you with top ten lists, quizzes, jokes, lot and lots of cartoons, and a totally new perspective on the “game of kings” who are looking to find their lost balls.
We all have a story. This is our story. A delightful, humorous, yet occasionally dispirited comparative of then and now that explores life after a devastating loss of income – and our home. Witness ‘Providence in Action’ as my wife, Cynthia, and I traverse the roads to acceptance and peace . . . and unravel the significance contained in the nine profound words to weather a foreclosure.