The release date of Jarod Black Guilty Party looks to have been set on Amazon, at least on the US site, for Wednesday 27th May. That’s in two days time. After an eight month incubation since it was submitted to Fair Play Publishing, overcoming a difficult period with bush fires, the demise of a keyContinue reading “Excitement levels high!”
Category Archives: NUFC
Who is the Guilty Party?
We’re so close, it hurts. The absolute final edits were made to the third Unashamed Football Novel today, down to the last comma to remove and the last grammar error to correct. The book is now up on the Fair Play Publishing website, it has an ISBN for both the paperback and the eBook, andContinue reading “Who is the Guilty Party?”
What’s it all about then?
So, you’ve stumbled upon these Unashamed Football Novels. The question has been asked though – why should I invest the time to read them? First things first, if you love football, if you play yourself, or if you are in a family that plays or loves the game, you will definitely find this series entertaining.Continue reading “What’s it all about then?”
Howay the Toon!
Anyone who knows me will be aware of my fanatical support for the Toon. It’s no surprise really – growing up in Morpeth, just north of Newcastle, you don’t really get much of a choice in the matter. A first visit to St James, Pat Heard’s debut in a 1-1 draw when Chris Waddle scored,Continue reading “Howay the Toon!”
Play on …
When Fair Play Publishing floated the idea of an online football magazine to get us through the lockdown phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, I was straight on to it. The theme for Edition 1 was ‘old soccer and new football’, and the contributors could decide how they interpreted that theme. The resulting piece compares theContinue reading “Play on …”
The Boy on the Shed
I don’t know what possessed me to get this book. I found it online by chance. The title of the book doesn’t exactly give it away, but seeing the familiar name of Paul Ferris, a player around in the time when I was starting to go to St James Park regularly, it was an obviousContinue reading “The Boy on the Shed”