We Jolly Well Did Mean to Go to 1973, You Tame GalootA.J. Hall
We Jolly Well Did Mean to Go to 1973, You Tame Galoot is a Swallows & Amazons / Life on Mars crossover short story.
The Amazon pirates suffer a sailing accident and wake up somewhere — unusual. Are they dead, in a coma or trapped in the lyrics to their school song?”
Warnings: Gene Hunt
Advisory: This story contains Gene Hunt
The book cover is loosely based upon the original hand drawn cover for Swallowdale by Arthur Ransom, with appropriate adjustments for the Life on Mars elements. The fonts used in this book are from the Source Serif Pro font family by Frank Grießhammer.
The images and fonts were used under license detailed on their respective website pages at the date of this book publication.
As usual, Russ from shoes for industry designed the book cover, produced the books and compiled the on-line work.
The opinions, prejudices, faults and spelling herein are all my own work, and I apologise in advance for them.
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- First Edition: 28th Oct 2010
- 2nd Edition: 16th Dec 2012
- 3rd Edition: 5th May 2021
This work is created as a transformative work on a not-for-profit basis. All rights in the underlying properties are those of their respective holders.
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