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Conversations With LInda McCartney: A Mother's Message for Heather Louise By Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore
eBook (ePub): $5.99
This book originally contained the story of our connection to Linda McCartney in 2011. However as we made further contact with her we added extra chapters. Recently through a prompting we made... More > contact with her once again and she has given us a special message for her daughter Heather Louise. As we walked down the cobbled streets beside the old town walls of Rye, a woman in her late forties with ash blond hair, windswept across her face briskly walked passed us. Heather Louise suddenly stopped and look back.< Less
Mr Glug/Little Miss Stella By Various
Paperback: $7.50
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Cobbled together from the internet comes 2 new Mr. Men officially sanctioned & created by Adam Hargreaves, but not widely available. Mr. Glug is a Japanese/ EVIAN Water commissioned story and... More > Little Miss Stella was especially created for the Stella McCartney fashion show & is an exclusive invitation - available no-where. I peiced that together from rough images & a youtube video.< Less
Just A One Man Band By Paul Woodhead
Paperback: $23.41
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Life as a Traditional One Man Band in England, UK. Born and brought up in the industrial Black Country, I became a One Man Band quite late in life developing my interests in folk, country,... More > traditional English music, music hall and George Formby. Along the way I was an interpreter, lavatory cleaner, marketeer, salesman, business owner, laundryman, donkey driver and martial artist. As a musician, I work in retirement homes, film and TV, clubs, festivals and fashion. My life as a One Man Band is varied and I hope interesting. My book starts at the Brighton and Hove Pride Festival and finishes in Paris at a fashion event for Stella McCartney Ltd. En route it dips into my Bilston childhood and Black Country roots.< Less
Just A One Man Band By Paul Woodhead
eBook (PDF): $7.81
Life as a Traditional One Man Band in England, UK. Born and brought up in the industrial Black Country, I became a One Man Band quite late in life developing my interests in folk, country,... More > traditional English music, music hall and George Formby. Along the way I was an interpreter, lavatory cleaner, marketeer, salesman, business owner, laundryman, donkey driver and martial artist. As a musician, I work in retirement homes, film and TV, clubs, festivals and fashion. My life as a One Man Band is varied and I hope interesting. My book starts at the Brighton and Hove Pride Festival and finishes in Paris at a fashion event for Stella McCartney Ltd. En route it dips into my Bilston childhood and Black Country roots.< Less