A Brand New Glossy Magazine covering great periods of the past 100 years. From Burlesque to World Wars from Roaring Twenties to Sexy Seventies.
Great musicians and orchestras, amazing retro singers, military vehicles, classic British cars, vintage farm vehicles, 1940s village, vintage shows and events, steam engines, aircraft, fashion and glamour, unique vintage photographs and so much more. An endless variety of nostalgia.
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Jimper has three new publications
All available from Channon’s Farmers Market
“Fishing in Rye Bay”
Continue reading Jimper’s New Books
House Explodes in Church Square
Murder in Tenterden, an assassin operating from Dungeness, mayhem in Seddlescombe and the Old Police House in Church Square Rye is raised
to the ground in a fearful Semtex explosion that leaves the adjoining houses in danger of collapse. Continue reading House Explodes in Church Square
LOCAL AUTHOR TO RIVAL FIFTY SHADES OF GREY?
“A piquant mix of love and strange desires”
Kent resident Greg Thompson, who retired as Head of Research with Kent Police in 2003, and lives on Romney Marsh, close to the Sussex border, has just written and published his debut novel – Dreams of Marrakesh. It is the story of two women who fall in love and allow their sadomasochistic desires free rein during an idyllic summer spent in the countryside of France. Along the way this mix of romance and thriller moves between the scenic backdrops of London, Paris, New York, and rural France. Continue reading Dreams of Marrakesh
THE DEMON BARBER OF GEORGE STREET
DID JACK THE RIPPER LIVE IN HASTINGS?
By Helena Wojtczak In 1888 a serial killer called Jack the Ripper terrorised the streets of London’s East End. He was never caught and his identity remains a mystery to this day. More than 170 names have been put forward as possible suspects, including Queen Victoria’s grandson the Duke of Clarence and the artist Walter Sickert. But many people believe that Jack the Ripper was a man called George Chapman, who worked for a time as a barber in George Street, Hastings. Continue reading Hastings Ripper
All who live close to the sea will be enthralled by
One thing and another
By An English coastal town can sometimes feel like the end of the line but despite its grand Victorian buildings almost crumbling into the sea, Hastings is quirky, bohemian and fun. Even so, post-war baby boomers Abi, Rita, Bill and Leo are feeling adrift. As they face up to becoming a certain age, things are getting tougher. With the credit crunch officially shifting into recession, the town’s struggling low pay economy begins to bite harder. Continue reading One Thing and Another
By Helena Wojtczak
Local historian- Helena Wojtczak has released a new book this week. Notable Sussex Women is a richly illustrated collection of 580 short biographies of outstanding, eminent, eccentric, famous or rebellious women who were born, lived or died in Sussex. The book is in stock at Spike’s Cafe and Jacobin in Norman Road, at Salmon’s and Waterstone’s in the town centre, at Pomegranate Café in George St, the Fishermen’s Museum and the Shipwreck Centre in the Old Town and online at www.hastingspress.co.uk. Continue reading Notable Sussex Women
Jimper Sutton, television personality and writer of articles and short stories has just seen the publication of his first novel. Continue reading Jimper in Romantic Mood
The Magpie’s Secret has been revealed. Book four of the popular Children’s Series The Magpie Sagas became available at the begining of December with a launching at The Martello Bookshop Rye and signings at Neame Design on the eleventh. Continue reading Bernardine Fiddimore’s New Book for Children
The Malayan Life of Ferdach O’Haney
By Frederick Lees
Rye Writer featured in Kuala Lumpur Litfest.
Rye resident Frederick Lees journeyed to Kuala Lumpur for the launch of his new book Fools Gold at the recent Kuala Lumpur International Literary Festival (July 29-August 1) Continue reading Fools Gold