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Seen in last week's League Express : Tue Dec 06, 2022 5:53 pm  
Last week's copy of League Express included my letter in which I referred to the decline in the mental health of some players when they stop playing, some referees when they stop refereeing and supporters generally as they grow older. My suggestion to overcome this decline is to spend time each week writing a novel based generally on your own life, a novel that can cover tales about your childhood, other members of your family, your work, home town, hobbies and your connections and involvement in rugby league.
People who I talked to about this often agree with me that it seems to be an interesting way to spend time but go on to say that they just would not know how to do it themselves. For such people, I have also written three pages of general advice based on the fact that since starting to write my first novel "One Winter" in 1988, I have now written half a million words in six novels in a series that runs from 1962 to 2008.
If you would like to receive these three sheets just E Mail me at wgeofflee@gmail.com
and ask me to send you Geoff's RL Writing Notes.
However you might prefer to read one of my novels first or maybe buy one for a Christmas present for a friend who likes a good laugh. To start with, I would suggest "Three Good Years" which is my latest. It is set between 2006 and 2008 and has a background of Work, Family Life, Saving the NHS and Rugby League. All my novels are set in my fictional town of Ashurst which is located a few miles south of Leigh and set somewhere loosely between Newton le Willows and St Helens Junction.
To purchase a copy visit London League Publications at http://www.llpshop.co.uk. Click on Books and then Fiction

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Last week's copy of League Express included my letter in which I referred to the decline in the mental health of some players when they stop playing, some referees when they stop refereeing and supporters generally as they grow older. My suggestion to overcome this decline is to spend time each week writing a novel based generally on your own life, a novel that can cover tales about your childhood, other members of your family, your work, home town, hobbies and your connections and involvement in rugby league.
People who I talked to about this often agree with me that it seems to be an interesting way to spend time but go on to say that they just would not know how to do it themselves. For such people, I have also written three pages of general advice based on the fact that since starting to write my first novel "One Winter" in 1988, I have now written half a million words in six novels in a series that runs from 1962 to 2008.
If you would like to receive these three sheets just E Mail me at wgeofflee@gmail.com
and ask me to send you Geoff's RL Writing Notes.
However you might prefer to read one of my novels first or maybe buy one for a Christmas present for a friend who likes a good laugh. To start with, I would suggest "Three Good Years" which is my latest. It is set between 2006 and 2008 and has a background of Work, Family Life, Saving the NHS and Rugby League. All my novels are set in my fictional town of Ashurst which is located a few miles south of Leigh and set somewhere loosely between Newton le Willows and St Helens Junction.
To purchase a copy visit London League Publications at http://www.llpshop.co.uk. Click on Books and then Fiction

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