MJ Mallon’s interview with Roland Chesters a fantastic read.
Today, I am thrilled to welcome a special guest – Roland Chesters to my blog.
His novel Ripples is based on the true life story of his inspiring fight to survive AIDS, furthermore it is a testament to the power of positivity to overcome.
I am currently reading Ripples and will be reviewing soon. In the meantime, let me introduce you to Roland.
Roland Chesters was born in the north of England to an English father and French mother and has lived most of his life in London. He graduated from the Royal Holloway College with a degree in Modern Languages and after a variety of jobs joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as a language-testing specialist. Following a diagnosis of HIV and AIDS in 2006, he became a campaigner for disability rights. He is now a self-employed Disability Development Consultant and has his own company, Luminate.
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