I don’t very often feature other writers on my blog but if I discover their books and I’ve read and loved them, then I want to share them with you.
Colin Griffiths is one such writer.
He was born in South Wales, Cardiff in 1958 and grew up on a council estate built to house the steelworkers. The place was called Underwood, surrounded by trees with just one road in. He was never sent to school – his father was a painter and took Colin to work with him.
Almost everyone worked at the steelworks back then and Colin was no exception. He was a steelworker for 22 years and then studied in his thirties to qualify for teaching and counselling.
He secured a job as national education officer for a trade union, but after 12 years he was made redundant and decided to remain in Yorkshire.
Colin is 58…
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