My Book Is Out! Backpacking Centurion - A Northern Irishman's Journey Through 100 Countries Volume 1 - Don't Look Back In Bangor

My Book Is Out! Backpacking Centurion – A Northern Irishman’s Journey Through 100 Countries Volume 1 – Don’t Look Back In Bangor

Today, September 12th 2020 is finally the day when the first volume of my book series, Backpacking Centurion, sees the light of day. It is for sale from various different outlets around the world. My Book Is Out! Backpacking Centurion – A Northern Irishman’s Journey Through 100 Countries Volume 1 – Don’t Look Back In Bangor. Read more about My Book Is Out! Backpacking Centurion – A Northern Irishman’s Journey Through 100 Countries Volume 1 – Don’t Look Back In Bangor[…]

Backpacking Centurion Volume 2 – Lands Down Under – FINALLY Released 7th September 2020

Backpacking Centurion Volume 2 – Lands Down Under – FINALLY Released 7th September 2020

Backpacking Centurion Volume 2 – Lands Down Under – FINALLY Released 7th September 2020 The 7th September 2005 was a day to remember for the Northern Ireland football team. By no mere coincidence, and five years later than billed, and fifteen years after the Healy74, on the 7th September 2020, I finally release the second Read more about Backpacking Centurion Volume 2 – Lands Down Under – FINALLY Released 7th September 2020[…]

Backpacking Centurion Volume 1 - Jonny Blair's New Book

How To Buy Backpacking Centurion – Volume 1 – Don’t Look Back In Bangor on Book Baby NOW

Volume 1 of the Backpacking Centurion series is available now in Poland, and is available to pre-order online via websites such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble. However… However, if you are in the USA or Canada, you can actually buy Volume 1 NOW online via BookBaby. It is also possible to buy it on Read more about How To Buy Backpacking Centurion – Volume 1 – Don’t Look Back In Bangor on Book Baby NOW[…]

Backpacking Centurion Volume 1 - Don't Look Back in Bangor - FINALLY Released 25th June 2020

Backpacking Centurion Volume 1 – Don’t Look Back in Bangor – FINALLY Released 25th June 2020

“Although loneliness has always been a friend of mine, I’m leaving my life in your hands” – Backstreet Boys. The 25th June 1982 was a day to remember for the Northern Ireland football team. By no mere coincidence, and five years later than billed, on the 25th June 2020, I finally release the first volume Read more about Backpacking Centurion Volume 1 – Don’t Look Back in Bangor – FINALLY Released 25th June 2020[…]

Working Wednesdays: My First 5 Book Appearances

With the ongoing struggle to finally release my first solo printed book series (Backpacking Centurion), along the wayside, I forgot I already have appeared in 5 books. A hat-trick of E’s and a brace of printed ones. For today’s Working Wednesday, I thought I would put them all on one post. I have no idea Read more about Working Wednesdays: My First 5 Book Appearances[…]

Was There Then – Oasis 20 Years On: My Sentimental Trip To Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork, Republic of Ireland

“Some might say, we will find a brighter day” – (Some Might Say)* all quotes on this post are from Oasis and this post is dedicated to Colin Walker and Keith Freel. August 1996. Rock’n’roll. I was only 16 years old. I was still officially a student at Bangor Grammar School, having just finished “fifth Read more about Was There Then – Oasis 20 Years On: My Sentimental Trip To Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork, Republic of Ireland[…]

Backpacking in Northern Ireland: Guided Tour of George Best’s Childhood Home in Burren Way, The Cregagh, Belfast

“Maradona good. Pele better. George Best” – A Northern Ireland flag’s message at George Best’s funeral. Local heroes are real. George Best is a superhero to me. To many of my friends. To many Northern Irish people. To many AFC Bournemouth fans. Even Manchester United fans like him. Hold on – even Leeds United fans Read more about Backpacking in Northern Ireland: Guided Tour of George Best’s Childhood Home in Burren Way, The Cregagh, Belfast[…]

Visiting The Home of the Penalty Kick: Milford, County Armagh, Northern Ireland and William McCrums Legacy

Visiting The Home of the Penalty Kick: Milford, County Armagh, Northern Ireland – William McCrum’s Legacy

“Pelanty, ref!”- football players and supporters. I grew up in Northern Ireland and am a football geek. My Dad played football, I played football, my friends played football and my brothers played football. That quadruple also watch football week in, week out. A few years back I cracked the 501 not out for attendance at Read more about Visiting The Home of the Penalty Kick: Milford, County Armagh, Northern Ireland – William McCrum’s Legacy[…]

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