BOOK CURRENTLY WITHDRAWN AS IT IS BEING REISSUED IN A REVISED AND EXPANDED EDITION AFTER THE KATE BUSH CONCERTS IN SEPTEMBER.
Newly revised and updated. March 2012. My Life With Kate Bush is the story of the seventies through the eyes of a child and the eighties through the eyes of a teenager. Starting in the small town of Cwmbran in the Welsh valleys, it is a hugely affectionate and humorous romp, full of irreverence, zaniness and comedy. It is also a homage to the toys, games and products of that era, with mentions of Big Trak, Rentaghost, orange flavoured Jubbly’s and the ZX-81. With references to Joni Mitchell, Pocketeers, Whizzer & Chips and of course, the Kate Bush fan scene of the late eighties, this book is a celebration of the golden years of our childhood. This book is illustrated with photographs from the author’s own collection. This book is of full novel length and comes in at approximately 87,000 words.
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‘How To Bake Bread’ is a collection of poems by the author of the comedy memoir ‘My Life With Kate Bush’. This collection comprises of forty poems, written over a span of twenty-five years. Inside this book you will find poems of love, loss, love and loss, loss and love, shrimps and donkeys. There are serious poems, comic poems, children’s poems and adult poems.