Tim Albert’s latest book: Mostly we had it good – A baby boomer’s journey

By July 31, 2017Books, Public

Former MJA member and deputy chair Tim Albert has published a book, Mostly we had it good: a baby boomer’s journey.

The book is Tim’s account of life in the last five decades of the twentieth century, a period that he now considers an extremely ‘lucky bubble’. It includes stories of his family life and education as well as experiences as a journalist and a trainer.

‘When I decided to stop training I was casting around for a writing project’, he says. ‘It slowly dawned on me that I was surrounded with all kinds of interesting material that I, and my family, had been squirreling away.

‘The book took seven years to write – more than six years longer than any of my books on medical writing. I hope that those whose memories don’t go back to the 1950s will find it interesting, and that those who lived through these times will be entertained.’

Read a review of the book by MJA member Michael O’Donnell

Available from Amazon as Kindle or Paperback edition.

Publisher: Elbow Publishing (17 July 2017)
ISBN-10: 0957409060
ISBN-13: 978-0957409064

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