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After the sabbatical, back to work for another twelve years before taking another sabbatical.
I wanted to write again but didn’t fancy a whole novel – quite the investment.
Today we’ve the pleasure of interviewing Steven Prowse, who was good enough to answer my questions, both insightful and inane!
Steven has placed in over 130 competitions, winning 25 in the process with numerous quarter and semi final places to boot…
One random shopping trip I decided to challenge myself, and all I could think of was to write a novel. By the time I arrived home I had the first and last chapters pretty much verbatim, but it took almost the full year to connect the dots.
As research, it included personal tours of the White House, the Do J Building and the main FBI Building. It turned out, to my utter surprise, that I thoroughly enjoyed the writing process, with or without alcohol.
However, in 1999 I took a year sabbatical and quickly became bored.
One can only watch so much daytime TV before one’s IQ starts bleeding through the eyes.
A: In my teens I was a math geek who hated English. But I was somehow awarded a Scholarship to Cambridge University to read Math.
After that I fell into accounting (this is where you start to feel sad for me) and am currently at CFO level (maybe not so sad). So there was nothing in my history to suggest I would, could or should ever write.