Friday, 25 July 2014

Writing - Blowing one's own trumpet

The UK government are crowing about the fact that the UK economy has regained pre-recession levels. They fail to mention that its taken three years longer than most other countries that were affected.


So the political in-fighting gets another spur to use by the parties and we ordinary folk sit in our situations thinking - what's different? In fact I don't remember that things were that good before the recession. I think ordinary folk in the UK had a better health service, a better NHS and a better standard of living so what have we to crow about?
That is a question that joe public has no access to answer.



 My hero was created post recession and so has no concept of how 'good' things were pre-2008. In 'I Have To Get It Right' when he began to flex his muscles he was working in an accountant's office. Then after the Gurentai took him under their wing and removed all of his financial worries, it was justice that was his major concern. He did become involved in international relations in 'The 51st State' but it was for the maintenance of a respectful distance between countries, rather than economic reasons. His trips into the USA had repercussions which can be read about in 'The Biter Bit' but then by the time things began to change in 2011 and the recession was really biting, Steele was trying to make sense of the state of the nation in 'A Changed Reality' and coming up against some really nasty people taking advantage of the shortage of money. By the time the USA are out of their recession Steele's steps are still being dogged by an unknown enemy from the same country. In 'Inceptus' we also find out more about what makes the man tick. The most recent Steele book 'Castled' Steele is once again at risk from unseen enemies. It would seem that he has become quite recession proof!

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This is a dystopian story that hinges directly on the state of the nation as a result of fiscal mismanagement. Having said that it is more a story of human relations, privations, love and loss.

On VG today:

http://venturegalleries.com/serial/targets-bigger-risk/

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