LIFE: THE GUIDEBOOK
Featuring (mostly) indispensable and not entirely serious tips for getting through life. Ten for each letter of the alphabet, making 261 in all. Yes, there’s one bonus entry and if you’re wondering if there's a prize, then you're in luck…it's warm congratulations and a pat on the back from the author.
In the Bryer Vaults
Repeat Offender - The in-no-way inferior sequel to the first anthology of radio broadcasts, Why The Long Face? Featuring 50 five-minute reads on subjects such as bugs, vino, joannas, Hamburg, and whodunits.
The review below just about covers this one too.
Why The Long Face? The first in a series of two. Subjects on offer: taxis, pubs, TV detectives, crap hotels, and DIY disasters.
"This really is a great, entertaining rattle of a read. Short chapters come in, make their point and are away again almost while you're still nodding your head in approval.
For those who remember the lighthearted barbs of the original Cassandra in the Daily Mirror, Bryer is a worthy heir." Shane Kirk