Rob Graham
Adventurer, author & speaker

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'A Craving For Adventure' - what's it all about?

Posted on 26 December, 2015 at 9:35 Comments comments (1)

 

‘A Craving for Adventure’ – what’s it all about?

Without giving away too much of the story within my book, the story is about my long-standing need for a gargantuan adventure. Something which would cure the insatiable craving I have always had for daring excitement and adventurous journeys, and one which would hopefully leave me feeling completely satisfied with what I had achieved. Now that’s not an easy ta...

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Why I decided to write a book

Posted on 26 December, 2015 at 9:10 Comments comments (0)

 

Why I decided to write a book.

 

I had always planned to write a book about my adventure from Wales to New Zealand, but only with a view of giving it to my sons so that one day they would read about what their old man got up to. It never crossed my mind that I could write a book and have it published. When it was first suggested I dismissed the idea as I didn’t think anyone would be interested in reading it. Yet during ...

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We All Have a Story To Tell

Posted on 26 December, 2015 at 9:05 Comments comments (0)

 

We All Have a Story To Tell

 

Whenever I tell someone I’m writing a book, or as is now the case; I have written a book, nine times out of ten their reply is always the same, “I would love to write a book,” they tell me enthusiastically.

“Then why don’t you?” I ask.

And then comes all manner of reasons why they can’t which range from “I don’t know where to begin.” I don’t know how,”...

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Just Because We Have a Story To Tell - Does That Mean We Should Tell It?

Posted on 26 December, 2015 at 9:00 Comments comments (0)

 Just Because We Have a Story To Tell – Does That Mean We Should Tell It?

 

I guess the answer is probably no. Although having spoken to a number of people whose stories I found extremely interesting, there’s no doubt that some of us would benefit from reading the stories of others.

Take my friend Clive for instance. Clive is 84 and has a lifetime of exciting adventurous stories, many of which are hilarious; whilst others would make your hair curl. I...

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