The other day I received an email from Detecting 365, asking if I might be agreeable to an interview about my TH’ing experiences over the years. I was flattered that someone would ask and I agreed to do it. The questions asked were similiar to those I used way back when I was doing bio articles for Western & Eastern Treasures.
When I sent a copy of the interview to John Howland I pretty much knew how he would respond. Guffaws (learned that word from Wally), “are you shittin me” comments and ROFLMAO repetitions. (what a pal…). So I got thinking about the question and answer thing and decided to send pretty much the same questions to him. I asked him to look them over, respond and allow me the chance to ROFLMAO too. I also thought it would be a chance for those of you who are not that familiar with my good friend in the UK to learn a little more about him.
You may cringe at some of his responses and choice of words, but he’s always told it like it is, and I guess that’s why we’ve been friends for almost 30 years. That’s not to say he hasn’t gotten me in trouble a few times but I can honestly say we always had fun even then. Someday maybe we’ll write a book together, although I suspect the detector manufacturers would not take a liking to it, nor would it be suitable for all ages.
So, here goes, and Detecting 365, forgive me for using your questions….
I periodically check to see who is selling my books and if there are reviews, etc.. Never fails that I see a few of them being offered at ridiculous prices. Take a look at these: Ebay Listing – Ebay Listing – Alibris Listing.
Folks, DO NOT pay prices like this. If you are interested in any of my books they are available from a great many dealers, at regular retail and in some instances even less….