There is a lot of Mod fiction around right now, with Seven Day Fool by Jason Disley being one of the more interesting reads.
Some years back, I saw Paul Weller on TV talking a book he’d apparently just re-read. That book was called Absolute Beginners by Colin MacInnes.
Credit to Jason Brummell’s Facebook group for flagging up the print version of Three Mods by Tony Barrett.
Wasn’t going to feature this until I’d finished the review, but with Christmas approaching, thought it best to flag up Seven Day Fool by Jason Disley now.
Another week, another piece of mod fiction. Weekend Dancer by Talcott Levy is certainly part of a rapidly growing industry.
If you are looking for a mid-related stocking filler, look no further than Weekend Dancer by Talcott Levy, which is published by Old Dog Books.
Paul Hallam’s Old Dog Books is certainly prolific right now, with new titles seemingly landing every month. The latest is one definitely of mod interest – East of Acton by Roger Marriott.
Paul Hallam has a new book label, going by the name of Old Dog Books. What can you expect? Essentially pulp fiction for the modern era, kicking off with the mod-friendly A Crafty Cigarette – Tales of A Teenage Mod by Matteo Sedazzari.