This book is about life and times in the world famous capital of England that is London, spanning the years from 1960's to the present age. It is a fairly short, relaxing, interesting, amusing and very entertaining read that covers a varied range of topics such as headline news, socitey;s changes, subcultures, music, as well as personal stories that again cover all the topics mentioned.
Memoirs of London from 1960's to Present Day is a fascinating history of London during the last several exciting decades. It covers such diverse topics as politics, fashion, music and memorable events. The author offers her personal perspective from the time she moved out of the North East of Yorkshire in the 1960's and into North West London, where she married a film director, had three children and led a colourful life. The author's experiences are presented in an anecdotal format that addresses topics such as friends, local gossip and events. This book will appeal to people who know and remember London from the 1960's to the present, as well as anyone else who is interested in how Londoners live and survive their hectic work and social lives.
About the Author
Author Christine Levy was inspired to write Memoirs of London from 1960's to Present Day by her three children and the many colourful characters that populate North West London. She grew up in a village in Yorkshire on the North East Coast, and now resides in a lovely London community that shares life in a personal way. She is a Yoga instructor who is finishing up her second book, an inspirational piece about Yoga.