Judo by Paul Mason


Judo by Paul Mason

Aspirational books for reluctant readers focusing on some of the most popular contact sports of today.

About the Author

Armed with a MacBook Air and the miracle of the Internet, Paul lives and writes at a secret location somewhere on the west coast of Europe. You can be pretty sure that keeping his feet warm under the writing table is his one-eyed surf dog, Daisy. As well as being a writer, Paul is a wanderer. He has lived in various countries - always in the high mountains, or somewhere near a good surfing beach. Wherever I am, though, and whatever else I'm doing, he says, I follow Ray Bradbury's advice: 'Write, every single day.' Paul writes about many subjects, but his books are mostly to do with sports, the world's different peoples, places, and animals, or the weird and wonderful.

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32 pages


Paul Mason
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Publication date

26th January 2012



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