Released in December, another series of tales of his livestock and dogs and more about farming in the Lake District…Jim Webster and Fancy meeting you here.
About the book
More tales from a lifetime’s experience of peasant agriculture in the North of England, with sheep, Border Collies, cattle, and many other interesting individuals. Any resemblance to persons living or dead is just one of those things.
One of the early reviews for the book
This is the third collection of farmer Jim Webster’s anecdotes about his sheep, cattle and dogs. This one had added information on the Lake District’s World Heritage status. This largely depends upon the work of around 200 small family farms. Small may not always be beautiful but it can be jolly important. If you want to know the different skills needed by a sheep dog and a cow dog, or to hear tales of some of the old time travelling sales persons – read on! This is real life, Jim, but not as I know it.
Read the reviews and buy the book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fancy-meeting-you-here-Webster-ebook/dp/B07L4YNXVP
A selection of other books by Jim Webster
Read all the reviews and buy the books: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jim-Webster/e/B009UT450I/
And Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/Jim-Webster/e/B009UT450I/
Read more reviews and follow Jim on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/22998.Jim_Webster
About Jim Webster
Jim Webster is probably fifty something, his tastes in music are eclectic, and his dress sense is rarely discussed in polite society. In spite of this he has a wife and three daughters.
He has managed to make a living from a mixture of agriculture, consultancy, and freelance writing. Previously he has restricted himself to writing about agricultural and rural issues but including enough Ancient Military history to maintain his own sanity. But seemingly he has felt it necessary to branch out into writing SF and fantasy novels.
He lives in South Cumbria.
He has even been cozened into writing a blog, available for perusal by the discerning (or indeed by the less than discerning).
Connect to Jim Webster.
Thank you for dropping in today and it would be great if you could share Jim’s new book. Thanks Sally.