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My Eighties free pdf For anyone who lived through the Eighties, or for anyone who wishes they had, this book is a must. A self-confessed obsessive of Eighties' culture and a mine of useless trivia on the decade (and with an uncanny knack of bumping into celebrities!), no one is better placed than Sarah Lewis to take you back to a time when shoulder pads were big, and hair was even bigger. Including interviews with Eighties' favourites like Hazell Dean and Owen Paul, My Eighties offers a nostalgic but realistic visit to a decade of extremes. Taking you from the school disco to night clubbing, from Grange Hill to one hit wonders, the book details some of the author's favourite memories of the Eighties, and will inspire you to recall your own.

About Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis is a self-confessed obsessive of Eighties culture, and a mine of useless trivia on the decade. With an uncanny knack of bumping into celebrities, the ability to recall in startling detail events from over three decades ago (although likely to forget what she ate for breakfast!), and a number of diaries kept during her childhood and teenage years, no one is better placed to bring you a true taste of the Eighties. The first in a series of books on the decade, "My Eighties" begins Sarah's trip back to the time that subtlety forgot. With celebrity interviews, and an exploration of popular culture, alongside her own personal anecdotes, Sarah hopes to inspire readers to recall their own memories of the decade. Those who wish to share their memories, and contribute to another of her books, "Your Eighties," are invited to do so via her website. Although Sarah prefers to write non-fiction, she has stepped out of her comfort zone to contribute to The Write Romantics winter anthology, Winter Tales, released on 8th November 2014. Born and raised in The Garden of England, Sarah has lived in Kent all her life, and harboured a desire to live somewhere hotter and sunnier for at least half that time. Trips to the Greek islands keep her sane until her one-way-ticket moment arrives. Sarah also organises Eighties' events and gigs. Follow Sarah on Twitter @MyEighties or at her website http: //www.my-eighties.co.uk

Details Book

Author : Sarah Lewis
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 21 January 2015
ISBN : 1505297265
EAN : 9781505297263
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 58 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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