2020 a year of memories

It’s been one mixed up, muddled up, shook up year for everyone. Throughout the trying times there have also been some golden moments and events that have made this year memorable for all the right things. So what has ben going on in the world of Unashamed Football Novels in 2020? Oh, and if you’reContinue reading “2020 a year of memories”

Ryde derby honours

When the two powerhouses of Ryde football, North Ryde and West Ryde Rovers, collided at the city’s premier stadium, Magdala Park, local pride was on the line. Who would come out on top this time? Would there be any horses punched? Read on… First up, Saturday morning’s clash between Redfield College and West Ryde Rovers,Continue reading “Ryde derby honours”

Senses working overtime

An absolute corker of a weekend to bring in spring in the suburbs, the temps in the high 20s and a feeling that the cold dark days of winter are well and truly behind us. It might not be the best conditions to play in, but it makes the whole football experience that much moreContinue reading “Senses working overtime”

Some wins, some losses

After a successful start to the season the previous Saturday, it was less so this last weekend, but no less enjoyable. With uncertainty around the longevity of the season with Covid closing in again, we’re just making the most of it while we can. It all kicked off with the early game at West EppingContinue reading “Some wins, some losses”

Rocking all over the world

Today saw the end of a glorious two week period with the Unashamed Football Novels featured on nufc.com. Starting with a competition to win a copy of the first two books, this then morphed into a promo for the third book, Jarrod Black Guilty Party, which came out unofficially on May 25th. The traffic onContinue reading “Rocking all over the world”

Into the Top 20!

This morning, Amazon UK had Introducing Jarrod Black in the top 20 … the top 20 American football books that is. Hey I’ll take it! Amazon is a peculiar beast – the rankings for each country appear to be totally independent of each other, and the classifications tend to be a little mixed up. IContinue reading “Into the Top 20!”