Have you ever been troubled by your rogue gene? Have you even heard of your rogue gene?
A rogue gene makes everything in life challenging, drawing out even the simplest of processes of everyday life. It sits in your scrotum, pouncing whenever it sees fit to complicate any part of your life whether it be with friends, at work, or perhaps even random strangers.
Bill has had to live with his rogue gene for over seventy years now, and nobody... Absolutely nobody has had as much nonsense from their rogue gene as Bill.
My Rogue Gene follows Bill's childhood and the beginning of his adult life as he battles against his rogue gene, attempting to do his best not to put a step wrong!
ISBN : 978-1-80074-296-3
Pages : 239
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.