Saturday, September 22, 2007

Career Change

I was talking to Roger the other day, about Rotherham where he grew up, and how he'd be woken by the flash of light, bright enough to read by, when they tipped the vat of molten metal in the nearby steel works. He worked there later, sweeping up the trimmings. I told him how one of the most exciting moments of my life was a tour round a steel works in Scunthorpe.

So what does Roger do, now that such places are things of the past? - He writes medical romances for Mills & Boon.


  1. I suppose all that sparks flying, molten passion, casting one's fate ... it all fits in quite nicely.

  2. Roger is due to feature on a programme about M & B on Radio 4 this Thursday at 11.30.


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