Welcome to the Joe Leslie Website The Secret to Being Frank
Welcome to the Joe Leslie  Website         The Secret to Being Frank



What is your favourite book? Which author’s career do you admire the most and why?


The Winnie the Pooh books written by the genius A.A. Milne. The adorable bear continually shares his sublime wisdom about character and personality with the reader. My favourite quote shows the quintessence of Pooh. ‘If ever there is tomorrow when we're not together, there is something you must always remember. You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. But the most important thing is, even if we're apart I'll always be with you.’

                Tell us something about yourself? Any annoying habit or hobby?


The diversity of my experience in the police included; - Training recruits and officers to the rank of Inspector, the Toxteth riots, double homicides; and the IRA burying arms and explosives on the shoreline of my rural patch. In later years, with the Criminal Justice Unit, I worked closely with the local Crown Prosecution Service to deliver the DPP Guidelines on Statuary Charging. I live in the heart of Celtic Mythology in Carmarthen, the birthplace of Merlin the
Magician. My addictive personality is in the novel.


      Do you have a blog; website or social networking account people can go to learn more about you?


Yes,my website is located at joe-leslie-author.com my twitter address is @joeleslieauthor

        What are your plans for 2014?


To finally complete the second novel in August 2014 and then start the last of the trilogy called ‘Let’s be Frank’.


         Finally, Jaffa Cakes – Love them or hate them


I love dark crackly chocolate, as you can see I also love to wear their Tee shirt.

Footnote. To all the genuine guys at The Phantom Writer thank you for the interview,



See a list of novels.


 The Secret to Being Frank (2nd October,2013)


Being Frank (2014)


Lets Be Frank (2015)



 The Secret to Being Frank


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