Euphoric Wonderland

A deft amalgamation of spoken word, rhythmic and clever poetry, word play, light-shining on darker sides, truth to power, and a marvelous jab at certain celebrities is what I would laud Euphoric Wonderland to be.  The author pulls no punches while pushing a few buttons and envelopes along the psychedelic journey he enjoins us; and… Continue reading Euphoric Wonderland

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The Mayflower: A Captivating Guide to a Cultural Icon in the History of the United States of America and the Pilgrims’ Journey from England to the Establishment of Plymouth Colony

In fact, of the 102 passengers on the Mayflower, only about 40 were fleeing England for religious reasons. The Reformation brought sweeping changes across Europe. In England, that led to the formation of a small congregation of radicals known as the Separatists. These were ordinary farmers and craftsmen who simply didn’t believe in the Anglican… Continue reading The Mayflower: A Captivating Guide to a Cultural Icon in the History of the United States of America and the Pilgrims’ Journey from England to the Establishment of Plymouth Colony

Brighton Beach: A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Book 5)

Richart Kurtz has the typical surgeon’s deep-seated mania for control and right now, too many things are happening, none of which make sense. His most recent patient, an undercover cop, has had his brain scrambled by a sniper’s bullet. Another patient is dying because an incompetent colleague made one mistake too many. A third patient… Continue reading Brighton Beach: A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Book 5)

Rinjju

Rinjju is a heartwarming story of a crow who was born different. Follow his tale as he carves a place in the world for himself despite being ridiculed and ostracized by his fellow crows, even his family. The inner strength he finds by following his heart leads him to become a reluctant leader and ultimately… Continue reading Rinjju

A Golden Heart

Jake Johnson was an ordinary farmer’s lad from Cornwall who had an extraordinary Freshers Week at the University of Exeter. It all started so ordinarily. Upon arriving at University Jake meets his new housemates for the year- Albert, Victoria, Stella, Dan and Francesca. An interesting bunch of characters. And things only get odder for Jake… Continue reading A Golden Heart

Templar Chronicles: Part One: Templar Scholar

Medieval England and two young men find themselves at the heart of a brutal struggle in the borderlands between with Wales. Hoxton, a brilliant scholar ripped from the comfort of his college library is pulled into the service of the Templars in a legal battle as savage as any that takes place in the wind… Continue reading Templar Chronicles: Part One: Templar Scholar

Matchday

Matchday is a comedic novel about football pundits set in the 1992-93 season at the beginning of the era of the Premier League and satellite television. Football is about to become awesome. As a new outspoken and provocative black pundit in a white world, Clyde Benjamin makes an instant impact. The former Wolverhampton Wanderers’ centre-forward… Continue reading Matchday

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A Mystical Life

The book opens with the author explaining how spiritualists rely on ESP (extra sensory perception) and how he had his first spiritual encounter at the age of four. This happened in 1958 where the author came across a haggard black clothed woman who he thought might be a witch. Forty years later Edwin (brother) said… Continue reading A Mystical Life