Robbie's inspiration

Today Michael and I have talented author Jim Webster over for a visit with a wonderful story and some information about his new book Tallis Steelyard, Six men in a boat. Michael thought we should start with a drum roll but we couldn’t find one so we settled for the theme song from Chariots of Fire:

Do you want crispy honey roasted grubs with that?


Shardee Golumbine Drane was the second son of Taffetia and Garrant Drane. Whilst he was still little more than a child it was realised that young Shardee was gifted when it came to cooking. Now had his parents been people of wealth and influence, their better natures would have prevailed and young Shardee would have entered the professions. As it was money was short and their errant son was hastily put into service to learn his trade.By the time he was in his late teens he was respected even…

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