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    Publisher: Fledgling Press

    Between Dreams: Difficult Paths and Dangerous Places

    £11.99
    Steve Harvey was in the same class at school as Sting in the sixties, on 'the Fringe' with Liam Neeson in the seventies; spent a day with Spike Milligan; went round the world; breathalysed Gazza and much, much more - this is the story of his life so far.
    ISBN: 9781905916344
    AuthorSteve Harvey
    Pub Date25/11/2016
    BindingPaperback
    Pages320
    Availability: In Stock

    Steve Harvey was in the same class at school as Sting in the sixties, on 'the Fringe' with Liam Neeson in the seventies; spent a day with Spike Milligan; spent several months travelling round India by steam train; went round the world; taught on Tyneside; joined the police; breathalysed Gazza; was on the front line at 'the Battle of Orgreave' during the Miners' Strike (although he loathed Thatcherism); was appointed to set up his force's Paedophile Unit in the nineties; ran creative writing courses in an old mill with outbuildings he bought in Normandy with tutors including A L Kennedy; taught English as a volunteer in northern Iraq in 2004 (and visited Baghdad); ran the national Fatherhood Project in Scotland; was Safety & Security Officer for an international NGO in South Sudan; wrote a novel set in Africa; in 2010 travelled around New Zealand with his nineteen-year-old son for two months, working on farms and vineyards for our keep and then spent three months backpacking alone around South America; and he has been an extra in a BBC TV series and a Bollywood film too...This is the story of his life so far.

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    Steve Harvey was in the same class at school as Sting in the sixties, on 'the Fringe' with Liam Neeson in the seventies; spent a day with Spike Milligan; spent several months travelling round India by steam train; went round the world; taught on Tyneside; joined the police; breathalysed Gazza; was on the front line at 'the Battle of Orgreave' during the Miners' Strike (although he loathed Thatcherism); was appointed to set up his force's Paedophile Unit in the nineties; ran creative writing courses in an old mill with outbuildings he bought in Normandy with tutors including A L Kennedy; taught English as a volunteer in northern Iraq in 2004 (and visited Baghdad); ran the national Fatherhood Project in Scotland; was Safety & Security Officer for an international NGO in South Sudan; wrote a novel set in Africa; in 2010 travelled around New Zealand with his nineteen-year-old son for two months, working on farms and vineyards for our keep and then spent three months backpacking alone around South America; and he has been an extra in a BBC TV series and a Bollywood film too...This is the story of his life so far.