After what you might call a troubled early life, I sorted myself out and became the Fat Controller for Eurostar in London for 13 years. Tracing my natural parents at 30 years of age, I discovered that my father was a 60's rock star and I left to pursue a writing career.
I have written 4 books, 2 of them auto-biographical drugs and rock n' roll stories, as well as co-authoring and editing a number of projects with other people. My first book, Yeah Baby, was featured both at the 2010 London Book Fair and Glastonbury festival. My biggest book, Damaged Goods, received some great reviews, including one in Record Collector Magazine and one from my friend, Howard Marks / Mr Nice, as well as being a bestseller on Kindle.
Also, I was Duty Manager at the Athlete's Village, for the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics, which was fantastic and I now live and write at home, looking out over the woods that, figuratively speaking, took me so long to get out of.
Unique traits: almost complete 'photographic' memory for dialogue.