Sunday, 10 July 2016
The Squirrel that Dreamt of Madness
It tells Craig's story. How he dreamt of writing a book whilst he worked at his job in the financial hub of the City.
So he decided to throw in his job and began writing his novel. But without a steady income he was unable to afford the rent on his flat, thus rendering himself as homeless.
What could he do then? Go and live in a park and write the story of how he had to live in the park.
He reasoned that if he was destined to be a writer than this book, if he finished it, could be the key to bigger and better things. And a return to society from Park Life.
The park he chose to live in was Gladstone Park which is in North London.
He sat under a tree and began to write about what it was like to live beneath a tree in a park in North London.
He decided that the book he would write would be so unusual, so very unique that it would catapult him out of the park once it was published and that it would put his life back on course again.
However, the narrative of the book might be a little bit uncertain and not completely truthful as Craig admits that the reader might be hard pressed to differentiate between the factual segments of the book and the fictional segments, which he created, whilst in the park, to entertain himself.
The book is published by Matador at £9.99 and is available through the That's Books and Entertainment bookshop, which is to be found to the right of this review.
You can catch up with Craig Stone at www.thoughtscratchings.com.