Day two of my new website and still getting to grips with all the new widgets and other tech. stuff that makes the thing work. I’ll get the hang of it sooner or later!
Keith is British and was born a Lancashire lad; grew up playing the cornet in Brass Bands, and earned pocket money delivering newspapers. Between leaving school and taking up his apprenticeship in carpentry, Keith sold ice cream at a safari park. Discovering construction sites involved working in the wind and rain, which he hated, Keith opened a joinery workshop. He ran this until becoming a college lecturer ten years later. Over the following twenty years, he steadily rose through the ranks, ending up as Assistant Principal at a large college of further & higher education in Norfolk. Now retired, Keith divides his time between writing, volunteering for the National Trust and helping child-mind his two youngest grandchildren. However, his wife calls into question Keith's definition of 'helping'. Keith loves hearing from his readers, so please feel free to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org