www.penny@pennylegg.com© Penny Legg
January - February 2016
I was delighted to be invited on to the
Talk Solent discussion
programme on That's Solent.  It was the first time I had been on the TV
and it was a fun experience.  Here I am with fellow guest, James Marsh
and presenter, Shan Robins. I was later asked to come on again and I
spent some time helping out behind the scenes at the station.  
February 2016
Unexpectedly, I found myself on BBC Radio Solent's Julian Clegg Show,
when the show was talking about Eastleigh.  I emailed Julian to tell him I
had written
Eastleigh Then and Now and found myself invited on-air.  It
was the first time I had been on his show.  He is a lovely man to talk to
and I was able to give listeners a little of the town's history.  Thanks,

April 2017

It's published!  My latest book,
Crime in the Second World War:
Spivs, Scoundrels, Rogues and Worse has landed on the book
shelves!  The national launch was at Waterstones West Quay,
Southampton and the local launch was at Waterlooville Library.
Some images from the book launches: Photos by Ian
Bayley, Sabrestorm Publishing
Top Right: Book signing at
Waterlooville Library

Middle Left: With Viv the Spiv,
Waterstones Book Launch

Middle Above: With Chief Constable
Bedfordshire Police (Rtd) Michael
O'Brien, who wrote the Foreword

Middle Left: Viv the Spiv is
apprehended by PC Legg

Bottom Left: Guests were encouraged
to come in 1940s dress - Joe Legg,
pretty in purple

Bottom Left: With Ian Bayley,
Sabrestorm Publishing
November 2017

The History Channel has published the film I made with Manna Creatives on the Gordon
Cummins story from my latest book,
Crime in the Second World War, Spivs, Scoundrels,
Rogues and Worse
.  It was a lot of fun to film for part of the World War True Season. Gordon
Cummins was known as the Blackout Ripper.

I t
ook the plunge and in September
returned to university to study for a
Masters in Publishing at Kingston
University, London.  It is a one-year,
full-time course.  Wish me luck!

As part of National Libraries Week,
I spoke at two of Southampton's
libraries and was interviewed about
my life and work as part of SO:To
Speak, Southampton's Festival of

I spoke  at Christine Kloser's
Breakthrough Event in York,
Pennsylvania, on thinking and
seeing yourself as an author.

I am absolutely delighted to have
been accepted for membership of
the Crime Writers' Association

This summer I have appeared at the Ironbridge Gorge WW2 Weekend; Aldershot Military
Museum; The Society of Authors; South Downs Probus Club; Romsey, Hythe and
Woolston libraries; Gosport Discovery Centre; The Battery Club, Winchester; BBC Radio Solent
and BBC Radio Kent;
The 1940s Society and the War and Peace Revival.