About the Author - C.C. Hogan
C.C. Hogan, See-See to his friends, was born in North London.
This was bad planning, mostly, as he had wanted to be born in Bermuda, preferably near the beach and one of those bars that sell cocktails underneath palm trees.
As a kid he played with music, mostly guitar with a bit of very bad blues harp thrown in.
Some where along the line he learned to write and with the advent of spell checkers was able to do something useful with it.
CC also like photography, though never with him in it. Selfies are very unlikely, though he is occasionally known for taking photos of coffee cups.
He likes wine, loves women and lets his heart get broken on a regular basis. He still agonises over some rather beautiful friends from his youth, but in a nice way.
Genre wise he has no fixed opinion and is as likely to write about London in the 1970s as a fantasy set, well, wherever a fantasy is set.
If you want to know how much of an idiot he is, the above YouTube interview is probably your best starting point.
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North London, 1976. The longest, hottest summer on record. The water is running out and the kids hate their parents. Which bunch of idiots would think it is a good idea to start a band?
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- Recording my Poetry
- What was it?
- Your Anger
- The wonderful stink of Camden Market
- Uncomplicated Friendship
- I was called cute today
- When Be-Eirol first met Mab-Aneirin and Weasel
- Drunk Verse - A poets life
- The Everything Stew
- Random Love and Moments
- Poem - The Writer's Lament
- I Ached for You
- Sexy Sunday
- Just One Memory - A short story
- Shared Regrets
- Turn Out the Light
- Love Is?
- More little verses