John Arthur

The major theme of my life has been living with the Wordsworth Experience.

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Fantasy novels

Fantasy novels

Geoffrey Preach, a former hippy nearing middle age, meets an old lady he had known when he was a child, Mrs Ticehurst, always called Auntie Hook. He is surprised as she seems not a day older than when he had known her, over thirty years before. He is even more surprised when a hot-air balloon lands in her front garden, in suburban Surrey. It is piloted by a friend of hers, Boisterous Dan, a man dressed strangely in decidedly Nineteenth Century style. Auntie Hook gets into the balloon and lifts off with Dan, and Geoffrey, hoping somehow to protect her from danger, climbs in after her. But the balloon passes through mists over Sunbury and to Geoffrey`s shock emerges – in another world.

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Idiosyncratic paintings

What Will Survive of Us is Love II

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Quirky Songs - Singing from the top of my head

Another sort of sunshine

Graham Greene said the first twenty years are where the experience is the rest is merely observation. Rudolf Steiner called the first twenty years the Overture. I spent my first twenty years in a world illuminated by a different sort of sunshine from the one I`ve become accustomed to since. And I don`t really understand why or how, even after this subsequent stretch of years.

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