Thanks!

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Getting Leighton Literature off the ground has been a long, challenging but thankfully rewarding process. Putting together the stories themselves has felt a bit like writing my memoirs, as I work my way through the key periods, events and characters of my life. Celebrating the highs, accepting and confronting the lows. I really couldn’t have done it had it not been for a whole host of amazing people.  So thank you to…

My father David, mother Beverley, sister Natalie, brother Cory and ex-wife Silvie who’ve always been incredibly supportive of my writing.

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Sarah Ozanne, the most inspirational teacher I ever had.

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Jessie Wang, who first coined the term Leighton Literature.

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Anthony Ragucci, who custom designed the Leighton Literature logos.

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Last, but definitely not least are the people whose kind words over the years helped convince me this writing lark is something I should persist with.

So thank you Bill & Mary Phillips, Michael Scott, Emma Dawson, Jon Crisp, Sine Himmelstrup, Derek Amos, Hille & Kees van Steensel, Bertine Klapwijk, Niels Donkers, Manou Cardon, Laura Oplaat, Martina Stolarikova, the late Caroline Henderson, Hilary Phelan, Heike & Aminah, Minty Lin, Pierre Vinck, Leonie Groen, Chris Simpson, Kevin Ainslie, Jimmy van der Voss, Dennis van Engelenburg.

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If I’ve missed anyone out please accept my humblest apologies and feel free to bombard my website with bitter, hateful comments. I probably deserve it.

For the rest, I offer you  a small gift as a token of my appreciation. A wonderful little song called ‘Thank You’ by Led Zeppelin.

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