Ted Jones (free-lance writer)


Ted Jones (free-lance writer)

Ted Jones is a free-lance English writer born in Liverpool and emigrated to New Zealand where he obtained a Bachelor of Economics degree. In 1977 he moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as Director of Worldwide Communications, and in 1982 moved to St Paul de Vence, France to establish an international conference centre. In 1988, he again returned to the UK and set up his own marketing consultancy, advising a number of major UK, US and French organizations on international marketing and advertising programmes. At the same time he took a BA Honours degree in Literature and Art and began writing freelance for financial, travel, arts and general interest publications in the USA and UK.

He has written a number of articles on business management which have been published worldwide in several languages. His short stories and poetry have won a number of awards and he has published articles for The Guardian on subjects such as modern jazz and horse-racing. He is the author of "The French Riviera: A Literary Guide For Travellers" (published by I.B. Tauris ISBN 186064967X) which explores the works of the many writers who have lived on - and been inspired by the French Riviera.

When not travelling, Ted Jones divides his time between Villefranche-sur-Mer, near Nice, on the French Riviera, and Windsor, England.

He is the father of blogger and journalist Cliff Jones, who writes the blog [http://www.thisisthis.org This Is This]

External links

* [http://www.tedjoneswriter.co.uk/ Ted Jones' Official website]
* [http://www.amb-cotedazur.com/interviews-ted-jones.html Interview with Ted Jones in AMB Cote d'Azur]


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