The Rich Reviews site will be taking part in a blog tour of the following books published by Legend Press this October – Medea’s Curse and Lily’s House.
The Brompton Man appears to be of his of time, concerned about the carbon footprint and setting an example to his four wheeled counterparts. You can see him every morning on his approach to the station, teetering at the end of his never ending saddle, with his head in the clouds and curiously detached from … Continue reading “A Commuting Life – The Brompton Man”
Is it what you read or what you’re reading on that tells you most about the modern day commuter? The intense, unsmiling character reading the Wilbur Smith’s blockbuster “Hungry as the Sea” could be that supressed adventurer desperate for a more exotic life and unwilling to accept that a daily commute on the Chiltern Turbo is anything other than … Continue reading “A Commuting Life – Groundhog Day”