My memoirs, Part 1, now available

This is Part 1 of my memoirs. Go to the BOOKS page for more details.

This is an e-book covering four decades, beginning with New Zealand journalist Jim Tucker’s early life in Taranaki and traversing through to 1987, when he had become editor of the country’s second largest daily newspaper.

It’s a 283-page read, comprising 111,000 words and 375 images (photos – many of them from Rob Tucker – cartoons, drawings, maps) that relate Tucker’s progress from winning the high school English prize to starting a new newspaper, the Sunday Star (now Sunday Star-Times) in 1986.

In 2022, he was invested as an Officer of the NZ Order of Merit for services to journalism.

For a payment of $NZ25, you can buy and download a copy of this book to read on your phone, tablet, iPad, laptop or PC.

Go to the BOOKS page of this website for details or simply email me at:

jimtuckermedia@gmail.com

About Jim Tucker

Supposed to be retired, after quitting journalism teaching in 2013 (after 25 years, preceded by 22 years as a newspaper journalist and editor), but find myself busier than ever with various book projects, advising law firms, and writing articles for magazines like North & South and Live.
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