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A U T H O R
I am in my 70s, British,
married with three grown-up daughters and four
I was born in Hertfordshire and grew up in neighbouring
Essex. I studied Physics at Queen Mary College, London,
and graduated in 1965 with First Class Honours,
continuing to a PhD in 1969. I lectured in Physics at
Salford University from 1970, developing an interest in
the computational side of the subject. I retired from
full-time teaching in 2002, but continued to work
part-time at the University until 2012.
My interests include badminton and tennis, which I still
play on a regular basis, representing local clubs in
league matches. I also enjoy playing bridge, and flying.
I have a private pilot’s licence and have toured in the
UK and abroad, making my longest journey in 2002, to
Marrakesh. I am fascinated by anything to do with
astrophysics and space travel, and applied to be a
British candidate for the first American Spacelab
have written, co-authored and edited seven non-fiction
books on various aspects of microcomputers and
development of physics software simulations.
Stowaway to the Stars is my first novel.
You can contact me at
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