Loving The Pocket Book of Spurs

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Some blatant cross-plugging here, but a couple of Spurs fansites have waxed lyrical about my latest book, The Pocket Book of Spurs, so it seems only right and proper to link to them – and of course raise the book’s profile still further.

The always entertaining Harry Hotspur describes the book as “a cracking, packed, retro feel, hard backed beauty” and “a really friendly read”, before recommending its inclusion on every Spurs fan’s Christmas list, while All Action, No Plot loves its “kaleidoscope of all manner of quirky cockerel-shaped nuggets” so much that it’s moved to conclude “Frankly, if a fan who lived and breathed Spurs had his/her DNA extracted, and turned into book form, this would be the result.”

I’m not going to argue with that, even though the thought of having all my DNA extracted makes me feel a tad uncomfortable. Both sites are running competitions, so click the links, enter the comps, and soak up all that two of the most personality-driven Spurs fan sites have to offer.

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