The first book I remember reading    

Grimms Fairy Tales – an old copy, printed in about 1959. I’ve still got it. Very scary, not softened for today’s market! 

The books which shaped my childhood  

Jocks Island by Elizabeth Costsworth, Hurry Home Candy by Meindert DeJong, Greatheart by Joseph Chipperfield, Storm of Dancerwood by Joseph Chipperfield, Tarka the Otter by Henry Williamson (cried for ages at the end!). 

The books I read as a teenager

Anything by Jim Fogg, he was a brilliant writer. Anything by Stephen King. Pan Book of Horror. And Thomas Hardy (I still don’t know why). 

The first book which made me want to be a writer

Murphy’s Law by Jim Fogg 

The book (or writer) which/who changed my view of the world

Stephen King or Jim Fogg 

The book which will always have a place on my shelves

The Raven and the Eagle by Pauline Gedge. Or Greatheart. Or Murphys Law.  

The book/s I tell everyone else to read

The Raven and the Eagle; anything by Jim Fogg; Greatheart.  

The books I didnt finish

There have been a few, if a book doesn’t grab me by the second chapter, I close it. Life is too short and there are millions of other books. Jack Ryan books, I don’t get the attraction, they’re nonsense.  

The book I am reading right now

11.22.63 by Stephen King 

The book I turn to for comfort

Greatheart by Joseph Chipperfield 

Steven Jenkins, Author of The Nobody Man
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