James R Moreton
  • 68, Male
  • Essex
  • United Kingdom
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  • Alaina Perez
  • Deborah Wright
  • Mark P. Henderson
  • B.R.Stateham
  • Reece Hirsch
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Hometown:
Rochford
About Me:
Aircraft Engineering Manager, Worked Worldwide,
ex Royal Navy ,Fleet Air Arm.
Started aircraft engineering at age 16 starting as a junior electrical mechanic and have in my career been at Director level of small to medium Airlines.
If any aeronautical advice is required you could try my knowledge if you are stuck.
Also a martial art black belt and world traveller
I Am A:
Reader, Writer
Website:
http://www.jrmoreton.com
Books And Authors I Like:
Tolstoy, War and Peace
Dickens, Bleak House, Tale of Two Cities, Our Mutual Friend, Sebastion Faulkes, Birdsong, John le Carre,The Smiley series and all his new novels.

Rebus Mysteries, Farewell my lovely,the big sleep, James Patterson.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Tarrentino.



Just watched Flags of our Fathers, where do I start?

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At 7:32am on May 14, 2009, Mark P. Henderson said…
Hi James,

Almost all the dyslexic people I've met are talented. As for writing: well, at least one very successful (though not necessarily admirable!) British writer is dyslexic. Don't let it stop you: there are such people as editors, who will help you out. Okay, your name isn't "Jack Russell", but the initials "JR" imply that sort of tenacity...

Mark.
At 9:10am on May 12, 2009, B.R.Stateham said…
Well now, Mark and James. I've always liked Brits. . . especially so since I think I've got a ton of relatives over there yet.

But I do appreciate the two of you taking interest in my book. And if I can ever repay . . .
At 8:26am on May 12, 2009, Mark P. Henderson said…
Hello James,

A pleasure to meet another British author on this site!

I've just told B.R. that I'll be happy to read "Death of a Young Lieutenant" too. I enjoyed "Murderous Passions" despite the technical flaws - the narrative voice is entertaining and the pace is good. So our friend in Kansas is going to receive two Brit crits...
 
 
 

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