Philip Armstrong

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Birthday:
Jun 3, 1966 (Age: 54)
Location:
Willenhall, England.
Occupation:
Carpenter.

Philip Armstrong

New Member, Male, 54, from Willenhall, England.

Good after noon everyone, I am new here and I ma still trying to figure this forum out, as I do I hope everyone has a great weekend ahead. Aug 16, 2019

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 3, 1966 (Age: 54)
    Location:
    Willenhall, England.
    Occupation:
    Carpenter.
    Favorite Writers:
    Terry Pratchett
    Favorite Books:
    Jingo, Hobsons choice , all English historical books.
    Primary Genre:
    General Fiction
    I am a double cancer survivor and I have recently won the battle against both cancers and doing this for over ten years has given me a new outlook on life, I have become a very positive person, a more caring and understanding person and a much more tolerant human being. I have always been a very creative person not only in my work but I have always done handicrafts but now due to my body being damaged I can no longer do that really so I have taken back up a childhood passion and that is writing. I write three books at a time and I have just finished the first three books and currently writing another three books, I hop from one to another. This helps keep my mind busy and it is a brilliant escape from my life. I have another 11 books ready to write with story lines and titles jotted down so I will be having fun for a while. I have been offered publishing deals from six companies but as they want a contribution for towards the first run of books published which is impossible due to me being broke I will just keep writing for fun now and maybe one day I will get a publishing deal if not my books will stay on a memory stick. I love to read especially factual historical books on English history in particular covering the industrial revolution and how mankind took a massive leap in how to make things which we all still benefit from today.
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