Confessions of an Ageing Tennis Player: read by David Llewellyn.

This year, I’m planning to give Confessions of an Ageing Tennis Player a major re-boot by publishing it with Troubadour books.  I’ve been fortunate to meet a Derby based illustrator, Paul Warren, who has provided a fantastic set of images for the book which you can see on the campaign page here.

I’ve also been very lucky to involve  David Llewellyn  as a reader for the campaign who has generously donated his time and skill to the campaign by reading the text for the promotional video for the campaign.

David  is an ageing tennis player, an exotic gardener and pataphysician who managed to convince his employers, if not his colleagues, that he was a suitable person to lead the Drama Department at Liverpool John Moores University of Bums on Seats and Dodgy Building Projects for the best part of thirty years until his recent retirement. Lacking sufficient teeth these days to articulate his consonants with any clarity he agreed to record Nick’s Introduction after special pleading. The dark details of which must remain secret  until all people alive or dead are indeed.

 

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