Today marks the eighteenth year anniversary of my coming to London, UK, with nothing more than my electronic piano and ID papers. A complex story in itself. I’ve spent the eighteen years in North London. During that long period of time, I’ve studied classical piano at performance level, given recitals, worked on a couple of novels, got my piano playing on the internet radio site Last.FM, developed a keen interest in photography, studied web design,and written an autobiography (not yet completed).
Here’s to another eighteen years or more in this great city of London.
I’m ploughing my way through this new novel, Silent Friends, a psychological thriller about a group of music students. I’ve written some of the story in the present and other sections in the past. At this point in the story, central character Gavin begins to suspect that something isn’t quite right.