Soul City Wandering – A London Pilgrimage

AMAZON TRAVEL BOOKS TOP-TEN BESTSELLER – 5-STAR RATED 2020 sees the release of Frank Molloy‘s Soul City Wandering, a book that encourages readers to rediscover their urban surroundings. Published by Choir Press priced at £9.99. It is available to order from the following online bookstores: Amazon Waterstones Book Depository “A great book… a great guide.Continue reading “Soul City Wandering – A London Pilgrimage”

London Life: Return of the Speakeasy (3)

Soul City Wanderer is enticed to a unique lockdown experience, an illicit drink at a south London ‘speakeasy’, where he encounters a modern secret society. This is part 3 of 3. Inside a clandesdine ‘speakeasy’ held in a south London pub, I am intrigued with the secret society I have encountered. My guide is happyContinue reading “London Life: Return of the Speakeasy (3)”

London Life: Return of the Speakeasy (2)

Soul City Wanderer is enticed to a unique lockdown experience, an illicit drink at a south London ‘speakeasy’, where he encounters a modern secret society. This is part 2 of 3. So, I have managed to gain entry into a clandesdine ‘speakeasy’ which is being held in a south London pub. A friend in theContinue reading “London Life: Return of the Speakeasy (2)”

London Life: Return of the Speakeasy (1)

Soul City Wanderer is enticed to a unique lockdown experience, an illicit drink at a south London ‘speakeasy’, where he encounters a modern secret society. This is part 1 of 3. A few weeks ago, in my lockdown boredom, I read Empire of Booze by Henry Jeffreys (Unbound Press, 2016). See review below. It’s aContinue reading “London Life: Return of the Speakeasy (1)”

London People: Samuel Pepys – Forced Entry

During the early lockdown, social media was awash with a quote from the mid-17th century commentator Samuel Pepys. It was purportedly from a diary entry he made during the Great Plague of London, the bubonic pestilence which broke out in the capital in 1665. The shared quote read: On hearing ill rumour that Londoners mayContinue reading “London People: Samuel Pepys – Forced Entry”