Peter Perrin has written a sweet, seasoned-romance involving larger-than-life mature characters who will make you rethink your views on older people in a positive way. His characters are mature in age but not necessarily in their behaviour. They may not be in the first flush of youth but that doesn’t stop some of them acting like hormonal teenagers. The novel ‘Grace’s Turmoil’ was published by Devine Destinies in December 2017 and is available on Amazon and via DevineDestinies.com.
He also writes short stories and Flash Fiction and frequently enters various competitions.
Peter was born in Romford, in the county of Essex, near London, England. For the last twenty-two years he has lived with his wife of forty-one years in a quiet suburb of Swindon, in the county of Wiltshire, in England. He is a father and grandfather.
He is a former member of The Royal Air Force who has served in the UK, and in Madagascar, Singapore and Aden—which nowadays is part of Yemen. Post RAF he worked for a year in Saudi Arabia.
After almost fifteen-years’ service in The Royal Air Force Peter worked in Engineering, Quality Control, and Procurement Management, not to mention myriad smaller jobs in between those careers.
Now retired Peter’s interests are Writing, and (despite being in his mid-seventies) PlayStation and Online PC-games.
His favourite quote is “Youth passes, but with luck, immaturity can last a lifetime.”