IMAGERY IN WORDS & PICTURESWelcome to the world of Richard Heddington
His photographic images have been used to promote everything from golf clubs to industrial machinery. Photography is one thing he takes seriously.
His writing makes people laugh with his tongue-in-cheek view of modern life. He is currently writing a very funny novel.
His children’s books about a hedgehog in stripy socks are loved by children around the world.
What women want. Uncountable man-hours of speculation and research have gone into discovering what women want. Getting an understanding of the female mind is said to be as impossible as getting out of a TalkTalk contract, and it's thought to be cloaked in mystery....read more
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Have a laugh
Everyone loves a bedtime story
The sounds of Christmas. The sounds of Christmas endure the test of time, and the memory of them lingers long after the event. The sound of the kids ripping open presents at four in the morning will stay with you forever. The sound of granddad farting in his sleep...read more
The definitive guide to jeans. Setting trends. There are numerous names and phrases that spring to mind when talking about fashion. Mary Quant, Yves Saint Laurent, the mini skirt, the little black dress, le smoking jacket, I could go on, but you get the general idea....read more
How to move on in life. Some people have importance written all over them, others feel the need to flash it about, but there is another way to get to where you want to be in life. The centre of my universe (other universes are available). It is an undeniable...read more
He is widely travelled, and each year covers a similar distance to that of Michael Palin, usually about 584 million miles. If you need to contact him, now is a good time because in six months time he expects to be on the other side of the sun.
This year he is celebrating his 98th birthday and 40 years as a top selling author. He is neither 98 nor a top selling author (yet), but feels that if he waits until he is, he will be too old to appreciate it.
He is currently grappling with the concept of writing in the third person.