A Little Nostalgia for Freedom in the afternoon

Barbara Chalmers review of A Little Nostalgia for Freedom in the afternoon

Posted on: Monday, 18 November 2013
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I love a good book festival and Wigtown Book Festival is a quaint delight. My highlight this year was Steve Bonham’s A Little Nostalgia for Freedom. Who doesn’t love a guy with a guitar and a Fedora hat and a campfire vibe? Who doesn’t love the notion of taking off, living in the desert, actually living the heart’s desire? On my endless quest to live life to the full, Steve’s thoughtful and thought-provoking easy engagement ticked my boxes.

Barbara Chalmer

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