“A Good Raed” (sic)


Culod yuo raed taht? Came to me via Facebook, as many strange things do.

I am pleased to report that you do not have to be one of the 55/100 to read my books! You do however have to put with a little Cherokee language (in Let The Future Find Me), and conversations with an assortment of spirits in all of them. Add a dash of gay love (first three especially), lost gay love (the fourth), sport, circus and adventure (all of them). You might find them easier than the above! Click on covers for links to purchase. e-versions of all of them are available.

I count on your support to keep this blog alive.

Most posted pictures now go on to the ‘Fitness, Acrobatics and Gymnastics’ (https://tonycavanagh.com/fitness-acrobatics-and-gymnastics/) or ‘Gay Expression’ (https://tonycavanagh.com/gay-expression/)  pages of the blog, with updates several times a week on the former, so go explore. Just to whet the appetite, I’ll add a couple here, illustrating our main themes:


About tony

Born Northampton UK
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