Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins 2020 Podcast with Colin Maclachlan Special Forces

In this incredibly insightful podcast I chat to former Special Air Service Trooper Colin Maclachlan about his career in the Special Forces and working alongside Ant Middleton, Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox, Oliie Ollerton and Billy Billingham on the hit Channel 4 TV show SAS Who Dares Wins.

In this incredibly insightful podcast I chat to former Special Air Service Trooper Colin Maclachlan about his career in the Special Forces and working alongside Ant Middleton, Jason 'Foxy' Fox, Oliie Ollerton and Billy Billingham on the hit Channel 4 TV show SAS Who Dares Wins. Read More

My QUADRUPLE Ironman Challenge!

My name is Chris Thrall. I’m an author, adventurer and former Royal Marines Commando (link to my bio ). Last year I ran an ultramarathon a day from John O’Groats to Land’s End. This year, on September 8th 2019, I will complete a quadruple ironman distance triathlon.

My name is Chris Thrall. I’m an author, adventurer and former Royal Marines Commando (link to my bio ). Last year I ran an ultramarathon a day from John O’Groats to Land’s End. This year, on September 8th 2019, I will complete a quadruple ironman distance triathlon. Read More

My 999 mile run to raise awareness of veterans suicide

Hello Friends! My name’s Chris Thrall. I’m an author, adventurer and former Royal Marines Commando. I’ve explored eighty countries on seven continents and backpacked through all of North, South and Central America. I’ve caught piranhas in the Amazon, swum with bull sharks in Belize, set a world record fire walking and driven a bus from […]

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Is it more important to write well or be read by many?

  This was a question posed in a blog title by an writer friend, Andrew Carter. Andrew is a great writer, one of my favourites, but it was one of the article’s replies I thought could be of support to today’s battle-weary writers. It was by Don A. Singletary. I’ll post links to the article […]

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Milk-Blood by Adrian Simon

Book Review Milk-Blood by Adrian Simon Anyone who’s picked up a backpack since the 90s will have heard of the ‘Damage Done’, the story of Warren Fellows, who served twelve years for drug smuggling in Thailand’s toughest prison . Well, ‘Milk Blood’ is written by his son, Adrian Simon, and is a amazing story in […]

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“Downhill from Here: Running from John O’ Groats to Land’s End”

Downhill from Here An upbeat account of a ‘downhill’ challenge This gem of a read has interest for everyone. It will appeal to those who have made a five-kilometre jog the limit of their running experience as well as those aspiring to run distance – particularly the length of the country itself. Those who enjoy […]

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Chris Thrall’s #1 Bestseller ‘The Trade’ FREE Today on Kindle!

“Like Jack Reacher? You’re gonna love The Trade.” RTHK “Original, thrilling and extremely clever …” Time Former Navy SEAL Hans Larsson arrives on Cape Verde to retrieve his daughter’s body from a sunken yacht. But in a frightening turn of events, he uncovers the island’s dark secret, the Trade. In his role as special operative, […]

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My new thriller series ‘The Hans Larsson Novels’ – by Chris Thrall

Dear Friends Just a quick intro to my A Hans Larsson Novel book series – the video explains it all and is worth watching for avid readers of books and up-and-coming authors. It’s day 2 of the series launch with The Drift and The Trade and we are already hitting the bestseller categories on Amazon […]

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Who Turned The Lights Out? – Chris Thrall’s diaries #amwriting #ppl

Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2004 10:20:03 -0700 (PDT) From: “Chris Thrall” [email protected] To: Mission Control Subject: Who Turned the Lights Out? Hola Amigos! Here I am in sunny Florida, in week two of flight-school training for a private pilot’s licence. Firstly, please excuse any punctuation, grammar and spelling mistakes in this e-mail. The only thing […]

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Scuba diving in Antarctica. Expedition 2013

The journey south … As a polar explorer it’s not easy travelling south these days. Not like it was in the early part of the 20th century for the likes of Shackelton, Scott and Amundsen, whose sole preoccupation was sailing scott-free (unless you were Scott or traveling with him) on the open ocean with nothing […]

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