STEPHEN AINLEY IS……………. THINKING STRANGE THOUGHTS

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    THE DENNIS BISSKIT

ADVENTURES

      a novel by  STEPHEN AINLEY

He was quite happy in Dudley. How did he come to end up in the middle of Africa.

Set in the 1950’s and 60’s in England. The hilarious story of a young boy’s growing up years. Dennis Bisskit is game for anything, but when his exploits lead to disaster, something, or someone, usually steps in to save the day.

With the best of intentions, whether accompanying his granddad to France, cleaning windows for bob-a-job, or attempting to beat the world record for running the mile, fate gets in the way.

As Junior Tea Boy in a department store, a position which may one day lead to the exalted status of Senior Tea Boy, he comes up against the all-powerful Mrs Ricketts. In his next job, as a hotel bellboy, his intervention in the personal life of permanent resident Mr Wellborn leads to a happy reunion.

Dennis’s entry into the army is a classic tale. The memorable Colour Sergeant Plunkett teaches him everything he needs to know about the army and finally makes a man of him.

 

 

 

Hi, I’m Steve

 

 

over the years I’ve written many articles, stories, poems etc. thought I’d gradually collect them all together, along with the odd photo and random thoughts, strange or otherwise. Hopefully someone, somewhere will enjoy.. will be adding new stuff.

all articles, stories, poems, etc. copyright of Stephen Ainley.

 

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46 thoughts on “STEPHEN AINLEY IS……………. THINKING STRANGE THOUGHTS

    1. stephenfrank Post author

      thanks Deb, good to get some feedback, at the moment its the only way I can tell if anyone’s visited. installed a plugin (don’t ask) which evidently shows visitor numbers etc. But having trouble getting it started, still, if I keep punching the screen, it will all work out eventually.
      steve

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      Cheers Pat, the difference is, Eric actually knows what he’s doing, whereas I’m just bluffing my way through.

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  1. Kit Karson

    Where am I?
    Last time I follow one of your links Steve…….
    Looking forward to reading ure thoughts mate…
    All the best

    Kit

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  2. billS

    Good God………………………….I’m well impressed with your “a bis ou a blanc”!!.
    I’ll keep this in my bookmark thingummybobwotdoyacallit.
    “fama nihil est celerius” without a doubt.

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      Cheers mate, well I say cheers, my Latin’s a bit rusty but I’ll assume your being nice.

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  3. billS

    A……………….. by hook or by crook,in one way or another.
    B………………..nothing travels faster than scandal 😉

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      No need mate, its all my own work, all you need to do is hopefully enjoy.
      ps..enjoy your hols. MS

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  4. Tony Bradley

    Just dropping for a further study on 9 Sqn insanity.
    I can see this being a Giant amongst Giants in the Blogosphere mate. Be back soon.

    Tone

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      It may appear insanity at first glance Tone, but it all makes some strange sort of sense.

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      Glad your enjoying it. Yes he is a cutey. I better not tell him though, he’ll get a big head.

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  5. Smokey

    That was a very amusing insight into the mind of a Airborne Sapper, reckon the word blog is similar to the word bog & then moves on to bog seat, is that the connection? keep it all coming mate.

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  6. Smokey

    It’s a Bank Holiday Monday here Steve, it’s 0830 hrs & it’s raining, such a shame really think of all the “Ice Bucket” challenges that were being planned to be accepted in the beer gardens of pubs in the County of West Yorkshire today, still at least the patrons of those drinking establishments will now have some ice for their drinks, my 12 year old grandson challenged me 36 hours ago saying I had 24 hours to accept, Jean, me my 12year old grandson & the rest of his family all fly to Ibiza tomorrow so they can pour as much iced water over me as they like in the heat whilst I relax in my board shorts, smothered in Hawaian tropical suntan oil, the challenge will be to keep the water out of my beer. stay well mate, love to the wife and O’Malley.

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      storys is spelt stories and brillient is spelt brilliant, so my scores are
      your spelling 1 out of 10
      me, 10 out of 10, cause I taught Stevie all he knows, including the correct footwear to wear on stage.

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  7. Chris Martin

    Hi Steve you amazing internet-novelist.
    Can you and Kanye teach me how to write exciting songs???
    I am in dire need

    thank you

    C. Martin

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      Wow thanks Chris, (or should I say Stevie) my advice would be to stay well away from K West, he’s only hanging around with you to try and get some street cred.

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  8. Cheryl Butler

    How did I not know about this? Nothing strange about these thoughts at all – trades description alert!!

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    1. stephenfrank Post author

      Oh no. You found it. Now you are going to tell me off about all the bad spelling. Lol

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