Second edition: A Corinthian Endeavour

The initial print run of my hill climb book, A Corinthian Endeavour, sold out. I’ve updated the text with two more chapters and some minor amendments, mainly typographical, but also a couple of very subtle changes where things weren’t perhaps right or simply didn’t reflect something in a way I expected. By and large though, I left it as was in this sense because it reflects the my writing and views at that point in time, you can’t update things for ever, you lose the sense of a point in time, whatever that is called. There’s probably a German word for it.

Anyway, you can now get the book again. I have a limited stock so if you want a signed or randomly defaced copy for the princely sum of £12 posted, let me know. Buying directly from the author is much better for everyone involved, but especially me because the margin is much much higher. I’ll write about this in due course.

Alf book due in 5-6 weeks.




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  1. Hello Paul. i’d like to buy a copy please. Can I have the relevant email address to contact you? Thank you.

  2. Is there any chance that a PDF of the additional 2 chapters could be made available? Much as I love the book I can’t justify buying a second copy. However, I’d happily pay a few quid for a digital appendix / appendage or whatever it’s called. I could print it 2 pages to a sheet of A4 and pop it next to the book on the shelf.

    1. Are you sure? If on arrival (and you bought it new) this is the case then PM me and I’ll swap it for a newer one. I didn’t think there were any of the first editions in stock anymore m

  3. Paul

    Wonderful evening last Wednesday at LMNH’s listening to you and Alf and the book captures the era and the excitement of Alfs rides perfectly – fully read and digested.
    To keep me in the zone how do I order a copy of Corinthian Endeavour from you?

    1. I’ve sent you an email. ACE is available in much the same way – we’re coming close to selling out the second run, but I’ve got half a box here at home.


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