Crafty Confessions of An Author – Matteo Sedazzari

Crafty Confessions of An Author – Matteo Sedazzari     ‘All authors have secrets, here are mine!’ When I was first approached by Paul Hallam to write a story for his publishing company about being a Mod in the suburbs, which turned out to be my debut novel A Crafty Cigarette – Tales of A

From The Floorboards Up! Author Exclusive

From The Floorboards Up! A unique collection of fan’s photographs from around the world, also contains interviews with fans, narrative by Pat Gilbert (MOJO), setlists, tickets and tour posters from the first 30 solo years, 1990-2019. All the photos in the new book are from live events in the UK and overseas, taken from 1990

Remembering The Chords Book – An interview with Author Ray Butler

Remembering The Chords Book – An interview with Author Ray Butler The Chords are a 1970s British pop group, commonly associated with the 1970s mod revival. They were one of the more successful groups to emerge during the revival period. However surprisingly there is not many books depicting their journey and accomplishments as well as

Interview with Author Of Mod Ghosts Andy Morling

Mod Ghosts a first book by new author Andy Morling who grew up in a working class family in the Suffolk market town of Ipswich. This book resonated with me in so many ways, it is a detailed account from many people who grew up in urban Britain featuring first hand accounts from the people

Interview with Author of Welsh Mod: Our Story Claire Mahoney

This is a first book from Claire Mahoney and a first about the roots and the revival of the mod subculture in Wales with stunning photography and stories from the people who were influenced by it. Welsh musicians, fashion designers, film directors, DJs, record collectors and scooter enthusiasts as well as some well-known ‘Faces’ give

Interview With Tina Freeman – Stinger The Book

I came across ‘Stinger’ after seeing a post on Facebook an illustrated book based on Quadrophenia. Intrigued by the beautifully painted images I wanted to find out more. I discovered that it was a kickstarter project and Immediately wanted to show my support and pledge. I then discovered Tina Freeman the lady behind the idea