This is set around then years later on from the previous volume. Harry managed to write some plays whilst hanging out with an old flame, Felicity, who was the headmistress school,. He decided to up and leave and explore his writing possibilities down in Cornwall which has dramatic coastlines, wild interiors, wondrous rivers, university students, amazing flora and fauna promoted by the Eden Project and lastly not forgetting weather which was as equally as dramatic as the coastline ; all of this providing much inspiration.
In his book selling days Harry had first started tinkering with words and lines and he gave some twenty songs to a band of musicians, friends of his, for free as they'd had no money at the time and these lyrics with their music had catapulted the band to success. He'd also had compiled a 100 book of songs and poems for Jerri, his youngest daughter who had lost her mother at six years old, who went to live with her grandparents at the time who later arrived on his doorstep at fourteen years old as a non manageable teenager.
Georgina, Harry's eldest granddaughter, now twenty three years old has come down to Cornwall after her college days intrigued by her grandfather's fascination with the place. Thereupon he insists that she refers to him as Uncle and not Grandad as he was yet to make sixty and rents a flat for her over in Newquay as he sees the place more lively than the one he is in, Falmouth, also taking into account that girls like to party a lot.
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