He lives at the seaside in the beautiful county of Somerset and is therefore lucky to never be short of wonderful countryside and coastline to walk. These are the places which give him the time and space to think, reflect and create new work.
Loved the honesty, wit , highs & lows thro recovery . This book could be a LIFE SAVER for many to embarrassed to go to the Dr , male/ female as a patient . Showing clearly you are not alone & health professionals have heard & seen your “ embarrassing problem” thousands of times over. As some one who has had major gut surgery, has NO large bowel & an ileostomy for over 20 yrs , it brought back memories & also had me in fits of laughter.
Review by Nicky Livings March 2019
An open and honest account of bowel problems. Most of us can relate to not wanting to take the first step of going to the doctors. The authors account includes humour in embrassing situations. If this book encourages one person not to ignore symptoms that is good. Thank you for sharing your story.
Review by Janet Britton March 2019
Dave's writing made me laugh in places and feel sad in others. I found myself nodding in agreement with so many of Dave's observations.
A very enjoyable read.
Review by S M Woolley 13th May 2018
Informative and thought provoking, an all round good read!
Review by All Things Tech 23rd April 2018
From a wind swept and rainy Studland beach in February to
30 degree Devon sunshine in July, Dave Eldergill's 700 mile journey around the South West Coast Path back to his home in Somerset is an artists experience of walking the along the boundary.
Weaving song lyrics, art work and childhood memories with the ever present spectacular scenery of the South West Coast this is a beautiful and poignant meditation on love, life and loss.