Ink in my Blood – My half century in newspapers by Neil Haverson


Neil has witnessed it all in the ever-changing regional media world – from flongs, hot metal and office cricket to full colour printing, digital editions and the web.

For much of his career, Neil worked in Eastern Counties Newspapers, latterly Archant’s commercial arm, but his talent as a humorous writer was discovered on the in-house Prospect magazine. This led to wry sporting columns and the famous ‘Fortress H’ dispatches in the Eastern Daily Press.

In this book Neil presents the ‘greatest hits’ from his Norwich Mercury, Eastern Daily Press and Let’s Talk magazine columns and his reflections on half a century of ink in his blood.

Judge’s comments East Anglian Book Awards 2018: “An almost ever-present fixture in East Anglian print media for the past half century, the author writes with a light touch. This book – part memoir, part selection from his print journalism – is steeped in the region.”

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