You can now find me on LinkedIn in addition to Facebook and Twitter!
Click the above illustration to find me.
Founded in 2004 these sites include general mixed blogs, martial arts, social topics, more specialist subjects and online learning based or information based services.
The entire online service is totally free of charge including the instructional and information based services founded and written by the network author.
The Dragonwriter (UK) Network founder - Dave J. Lomas is also the author of the Aftershock Awareness Project. A free online service that is aimed at the martial arts community and is a trauma victim, information based, support service.
For the project website click > HERE <
Welcome to the main general news blog page that covers all of the Dragonwriter (UK) Network of websites and services.
My main publishing site the ‘Dave’s Archives’ site has a commenting box at the bottom of all brand new published articles. This feature however is not available after 2 weeks from publication date. This is to prevent Spammers, (Spambots), from posting their advertisements and the such like all the time.
On this news blog page however there is a comments box that is available at all times. There is in addition a share/like function to Facebook and Twitter and are also available at all times if you wish to use them.
On my other websites there is a ‘Blog Page’ link in the main menu section on each site that takes you to this page.
This is a secure, (and regularly monitored), site and you are most welcome to make comments on anything published or ask questions relating to any of the services that comes under the Dragonwriter (UK) Network. Visitors to the the news blog page are also most welcome to just say hello and be informal.
Thank you - Dave J. Lomas. (Network author and founder)
Back when the first world war was raging away, from 1914 to 1918, the world was a far different place to how things are today. Back then, although many wars had been fought before, the true horror of what war was truly all about for many was not realised in full until they got there and saw for themselves.
Back then recruiting men to fight in the trenches was vital and such promotional advertising as ‘Your Country Needs You’ became a world famous saying even to this very day. >>>
To read this true story in full click > HERE <