The other day the papers ran a story about the things people wanted to do if they had the time and the money. Predictably lots of people wanted to travel more and maybe do something exciting like climb Everest or skydive.
However in the over 50s group eight out of ten said they would love to write the story of their life.
At the end of Never The Same River I offer some advice on how to get started - which is the hardest bit. Also I explain that you don't need any records such as diaries, logs, old papers etc.
Over the next couple of months I also plan to offer some tips on dealing with the whole business of self-publishing.