‘A Staffordshire Man’ highlights author’s love for his county

Harry Titley announces release of new autobiography, completing author’s story

HILDERSTONE, England – Following “A Staffordshire Lad,” author Harry Titley chronicles the second part of his autobiography, describing a life made of humble means to one filled with a happy family and successful career in “A Staffordshire Man: A tale of love, adversity, fortitude and fulfilment” (published by AuthorHouse UK).

“Many readers of the first book wanted to know about my adult life,” Harry Titley explains. “Although both books ‘stand alone’ with their story lines, I wanted to complete the story.”

Based on his personal account, the author’s love for Staffordshire imbues every page. Titley contextualizes his personal narrative with enriching descriptions of his home that could encourage readers to consider the history and legacy of their own surroundings.

Harry Titley hopes that readers will come to understand

“happiness and success can be achieved through hard work and small beginnings”



Harry Titley was born in 1936 in a poor area of Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, the county where he has lived for most of his life. After completing his national service in Germany, he went to work at the English Electric Company in Stafford, where he remained until his retirement in 1999. He married Ann in 1960, and they have one child, Julie. Titley now lives in the North Staffordshire countryside with his wife.

“A Staffordshire Man”
By Harry Titley
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 274 pages | ISBN 9781504995788
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 274 pages | ISBN 9781504995771
E-Book | 274 pages | ISBN 9781504995764
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