Seph Thornton: The Ball in the Box in the Bag

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AuthorHouse, Nov 4, 2005 - Fiction - 200 pages
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Septh Thornton, peers out of his bedroom window in the early hours of the morning. A plane flies low over the village. He sees its dark shape outlined by lightning as its engines splutter, as if in trouble. 

Little did he know that moment in time would change his life. Cause no end of trouble for his Uncle Charlie, give a voice to a donkey, set a school bully in his place, as well as meet the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.

It was all to do with the ball, in the box, in the bag.

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About the author (2005)

Born in Loughborough, Liecesterchire, 1945, John grew up in a world alive with imagination – mentally fed on the BBC Radio output, like “The Goon Show”, “Journey into Space”, and “The Archers”. It was there he found his own world, which interpreted into song writing in the 1960’s as well as some short stories; however, a temperamental typewriter turned it all into a crawl. Then came a laptop, that turned the ‘lights’ on. He often wonders how many of his characters live inside that laptop, continuing the world he placed them in.  He writes what he feels are ‘radio books’, much is to do with your imagination, why spoil it.

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