In this sequel to his autobiography, titled My Rogue Gene, Bill continues to be troubled by his rogue gene as he treks along his life's unpredictable path after leaving the army.
Now, we all know how challenging life can be when your grown-up rogue gene interferes with the simplest of everyday processes, don't we? Bill's grown-up rogue gene still resides in his scrotum just waiting for an opportunity to complicate his life, whether this be at work, with friends or even random strangers.
Bill has now lived with his rogue gene for over seventy-two years and nobody, absolutely nobody has had as much nonsense from their grown-up rogue gene as Bill.
My Grown-up Rogue Gene follows Bill's ragbag of journeys through his life of communication, employment, and holidays, as well as his life in general, as he struggles to avoid ambushes, mistakes and embarrassing situations.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-313-0
Pages : 242
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Born in Sheffield in 1950, Bill joined the army at the age of fifteen and a half. He joined The Parachute Regiment as a musician and enjoyed many overseas postings, with tours in Northern Ireland, France, Cyprus, Kenya, Iran, Bermuda and the USA. He also attended The Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall. He culminated his army career in 1977 as an instructor at the regiment's depot.
Bill is now retired, lives with his wife of fifty-one years, and continues to grapple with his rogue gene.