Engaging Eric

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Author House, Feb 18, 2012 - Humor - 420 pages
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‘Engaging Eric’ follows on from the trials and tribulations of Eric Littlejohn in ‘Eric and the red shoes.’ The blossoming relationship with the beautiful Gloria pushes Eric to take the ultimate step towards a joint future together. The distractions at work, his determination to learn to drive, and his many bungled attempts to get through life, cannot deter him, as they spend time together getting to know each other more intimately. Eric continues in his quest to win Gloria’s heart and map out their future together.

‘Engaging Eric’ continues the close and amusing relationship between the hapless Eric and the beautiful Gloria.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
10
CHAPTER THREE
16
CHAPTER FOUR
24
CHAPTER FIVE
46
CHAPTER SIX
58
CHAPTER SEVEN
76
CHAPTER EIGHT
115
CHAPTER ELEVEN
176
CHAPTER TWELVE
191
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
206
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
276
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
294
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
324
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
343
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
393

CHAPTER NINE
121
CHAPTER TEN
157
CHAPTER NINETEEN
404
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About the author (2012)

Neil was born in 1955 and educated at Carre’s Grammar School in Sleaford followed by a drawing office apprenticeship and five year part time study at Lincoln Technical College in Mechanical Engineering. From there he has worked for Architects in London, Cambridge and Nottingham as an Architectural Technician. In 1993 Neil returned to full time education at Nottingham Trent University and graduated in 1996 with a First Class Honours degree in Residential Development. Following graduation Neil has worked for construction companies as a Design Manager on numerous large construction projects. Neil is a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Building and an active golfer. He has a keen interest in building design and construction innovation. He lives in the East Midlands with his partner Janet. Neil has one daughter and three grandsons. This is his second novel following on from the success of ‘Eric and the red shoes’. A third novel is in progress and is scheduled for publication in 2012.

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