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'Funny, sensual... and quite simply unique'. Attitude.
"Suddenly I saw it. The girl opposite me wasn't a girl. She was a boy!"
They met on a hot August day in 1981. 'Her' name was Alley. Blonde and beautiful, their meeting changed his life. Many years later, as he returns home to rediscover places he once knew so well, the true story of his relationship with Alley is revealed in a series of flashbacks...
A real page turner, aimed at all readers 'BLONDE BOY, RED LIPSTICK' is an old-fashioned love story - with a big difference. An atmospheric, erotic, sometimes poignant, sometimes funny exploration of love, gender, discrimination and humanity which will make you laugh and cry, often at the same time!
'The portrayal of gender, straight, gay and transgender issues in this story is hugely important'. Clare Conville, one of the UK's foremost literary agents.
'This really is THE best, the funniest and the most wonderful, touching and sensual transgender story on Amazon..... (a book) for every reader, not just LGBTQ readers, this is a romance that will touch every heart. I can't recommend it highly enough'. Colleen Hoover, Author of the BestSelling 'It ends with us'. '
'The character of Alley is simply gorgeous... I adore 'her'. Sequel please!' LGBTQ Review.
A successful artist reflects back on the romance which helped to shape his life.
From bestselling BRITISH author Geoff Bunn, SOMETHING IN THE WAY is a story about love, art, life, karma & time...
"I was only nineteen years old and she was thirty eight. In the 1960s, when I’d still been a child, amongst other men she had turned down Mick Jagger. Jagger, of all people. And that had been when he was already a star.
As for her, she had been a model back then. A top model. The very top.
So what was I doing in her bed?"
"As with all Bunn's novels, truth and fiction merge seamlessly in this provocative counterpoint... a harsh expose of the modern art world contrasted with an almost mystical romance... brilliantly done... with Joycean overtones." James Smart, THE GUARDIAN
"A MUST READ for your summer hols...." ATTITUDE
The 1980s were over, Thatcher had gone. This was the age of Cool Britannia and Tony Blair. A decade of music and parties very reminiscent of the sixties - but fuelled by ecstasy rather than LSD
‘that WHOLE 90s thing’ offers an insight into 'underground' life during the 1990s. Drugs, drink, sex and raves all feature strongly, but so too does humour and a resilient optimism, because no matter how dark, gritty and impoverished their lives become, ‘New Age’ travellers Marie and Brendan retain a firm conviction that life can be better than this.
“Sits somewhere between Kerouac’s ‘On the Road’ and ‘The Dubliners’...”. James Smart, The GUARDIAN
Anyone growing up in the 1980s will remember Roald Dahl’s “Tales of the Unexpected”. Funny, bizarre, sinister and macabre were the sort of words used to describe Dahl’s wonderfully disturbing short stories, transformed into television dramas and shown late on a Saturday evening.
But what would Dahl have made of our own 'interesting' times: things like Brexit, BLM, Covid, face masks, the Royal family, billionaires in space... or any of the other innumerable things that shape, change, reform, plague, enhance or pester all our lives today?
WELCOME to the uplifting, woeful, weird and wonderful (and sometimes not so wonderful) world of 2021!
"Terribly good and horribly pertinent", Stephen Fry
'A really positive and uplifting read for these difficult times', ACUMEN.
'All of Geoff's books feature strong and engaging female characters... and Louise (the Skinhead Girl) is no exception... no matter what life throws at her, she has that inner strength needed to overcome it!' Jojo Moyes, BEST SELLING Romance author.
"It’s my Grandad’s funeral today. He would have been 89 years old next week. But he caught that new bug. The virus. He were only in hospital for a couple of days and then he died. Sudden, like".
A "Quick Read" book, only 54 pages - perfect for a weekend read
Each for a different reason, five people find themselves moving to Brighton, on the south coast of England.
But what happens to them once they get there?
The shocking finale is based on a TRUE story.
"Compelling stuff... " Lindsay Tilson Jones.
In the same style as Peter Mayle's 'Year in Provence', two Brits move to Sweden and set up a new home there.
'A Year in Kronoberg' is a tale about snow, ice cream, more snow and long hot summer days. It is also a story about a gate, helpful neighbours, blue skies and grey skies, a drunken moose and an angry squirrel...
'If you don't know anything about Sweden... A Year in Kronoberg is the right place to start looking'. Ebbe Johansson, Sveriges Radio.
'Completley lifts the lid on a country we all secretly admire even though (usually) we know surprisingly little about it... Funny, absorbing and very difficult to put down'. The OBSERVER