The book BITS & PIECES FROM EAST LONDON is my second book and although I had been thinking about making this book for a while, it became a reality because my father’s 70th birthday was approaching and I needed a birthday present for him. My parents have only been to London for a brief 5 days visit many years ago, and after living here for over 10 years I have learned so much about the area here which I wanted to share with my parents and anyone else who might be interested, here in the UK and abroad. The book is filled with photos from East London, from the north side of the River Thames. It gives a peek into different areas and aspects of East London and
explains a range of terms and expressions. The book also gives a lot of detailed information about different places in East London that has a special meaning to me one way or the other.

The book is printed by a company in the UK who develops photos and makes enlargements etc, and you order one book at the time, which unfortunately affects the price considerably. It’s a lot cheaper to print 1200 books in one go, with an ordinary, commercial book printing company, but then you’ll have to pay for all 1200 books once they are printed, whilst this company only charges per book – and gives no discount for multiple orders. I didn’t make the book to sell it, but it is possible to make an order - for one book, or several if you wish. The book is A4 (landscape) 297x210mm, 50 pages, printed on 170 gsm gloss paper with faux leather cover, perfect bound and with a high gloss printed dust cover. Please send me an email and ask for an up-to-date price if you are considering making an order. Delivery is about 4 weeks. (UK only.)
UPDATE: I have had so many problems with this particual printer so I no longer use them. This book is therefore no longer possible to order, but all my other books are for sale through a different company, see the individual book pages for details on how to order.

Below you will find a link to a PDF file with all the pages including the covers for the book. If you have a reasonably large monitor you could get a 100% view of the pages, which will give you a nice view. Press F11 or Ctrl+L to get Full Screen Mode, which gives an even better view. Depending on which browser you use it might be a different key combination, if you click on ‘view' on top of your screen you should be able to find how to get a Full Screen Mode. Sorry for the large file size, pictures are notoriously difficult to compress, and one are always left with the dilemma between file size and picture quality. I hope you will agree they are worth waiting for. Enjoy!

Tip: View the PDF pages in Full Screen Mode: press Ctrl+L and use the up and down arrows on your keyboard (or F11, depending on which browser you use). Press Ctrl+L (F11) when finished.