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Who I am and details of  my life from birth to now.

 

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An index to all my music including CD and concert reviews and general writing

 

Diary

I have written a diary over the past 37 years. You can view entries by using  this link

 

General Writing

An index page to my writing. my novels and my poetry

 

University Work

My dissertation and other work for my MA degree.

 

My Travels

Places I have visited over 30 years of travelling

 

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I thought I would use this section to try and contact people I have been friendly with over the years but with whom I have lost contact.

If anybody stumbles across these pages and recognises anybody on them please e-mail me at petersteward@lineone.net.

 

Malcolm Stokes

Malcolm appears in my own life story section. He was a close friend at Kinsale Avenue Junior School in the early 1960s before moving away to goodness knows where. 

John Scott

I shared a flat in Corner Street, Cromer, with John around 1971. After moving I lost touch with him. I believe he is still living in Norfolk.

Andrew Lemon

I worked with Andy Lemon on the Lowestoft Journal newspaper in Suffolk around 1970 and would like to say Hi.

Steve Hardy

As above.

Sonia, Jamie and Samantha Turner

For well over a year in the early 1970s these were three of my favourite people. I was a journalism student at the time in Harlow, Essex, and stayed with mum Sonia, four year old Jamie and six year old Samantha. We live in a road called The Maples. I subsequently lost touch. I imagine they have long moved away particularly as the children will now be in their 30s and probably married with kids of their own.

Back in those days there was a huge age gap between them as very young children and me as a working student. Today that gap would be minimal. I would love to get in touch with them again.


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