Call Me Frank
Call Me Frank is a collection of 20 autobiographical stories of men over 50 telling it like it is at this stage of their lives. The stories are honest, sometimes confronting and always inspirational.
These heartfelt narratives are also a magnificent response to those sceptics who said that this book would never happen because men don’t reveal their feelings.
From being brutally bullied from the age of four at a private school in the UK, to finding love and intimacy at 82, to being ‘menaced’ by the ‘black dog’, to filming Sir Edmund Hillary’s Everest ascent, to working as an entertainer on cruise ships and then becoming an Anglo-Catholic priest, to dealing with cancer – the stories spring from the page with vitality, warmth, humour, at times pathos, but are always frank and compelling.
Call Me Frank is the companion book to Feisty, Fabulous & 50+, a collection of 21 ‘warts and all’ autobiographical stories of women navigating their way through their 50s and beyond.