Born Northampton UK; school Oxford UK and Oak Ridge Tennessee, where I met my wonderful partner Dave, also from UK. Oak Ridge is our training base for acrobatics and circus stuff. After a marathon touring session of nearly 5 years following the earlier period when we were shadowed, stalked, shot at, and finally nearly drowned [in other words, “an everyday story of circus folk”!!], we are currently dividing our time between Portugal (Eastern Algarve: running gyms in a holiday complex, coaching acrobatics and gymnastics, a bit of performing…) and Wales UK, where Dave and I have invested in a small farmhouse. A close family member living nearby (Wales) helped me to sort through our strange story to make sure it was interesting enough to publish and the result is out there now – check out ‘The Books’ at bottom right of any page… that’s the first three, available in both paper form and, for the techies and Kindlers, as e-books from the usual outlets. A fourth (totally fiction, same themes of the ups and downs of being an orphaned gay Native American boy in a straight world though and ending in tragedy I fear) was published in October 2017 – click on the cover images in any post for links to purchase (please!!).
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Postscript (in response to various questions and proposals): This blog is primarily about promoting (a) books and (b) fitness in young (and old!) guys. It is not intended as an explicitly ‘gay’ blog (although Dave and I are such), nor as a ‘porn’ site… Occasionally, images of loving guys enjoying each other’s company will appear. I will not be posting series of pictures, nor can I credit every picture source: if any picture was not intended for free re-post by the photographer, I will at once apologise and take it down. I do not knowingly post under-age pictures unless there are special circumstances which justify it. And, yes, I do occasionally include images of ourselves: you just need to decide for yourselves which they are! Hope that clears things up…?