I was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2011. I have written my story to raise awareness and encourage every woman between the ages of 50 and 70 to go along for a mammogram. In the UK, the NHS offers this service free to women every three years.
Thanks to the advanced technology of a mammogram, my tumour was caught in the very early stages.
This is a provocative story involving elements of the paranormal. Peter Grice was a sceptic he dismissed stories of ghosts and little men from Mars as nonsense–a figment of the imagination. But when he moved to another town and met Greg, he experienced a series of mind-boggling events which dramatically altered his perception of the supernatural.
Me and My Shadow is based upon a dedication to achieving goals in extreme sports. The book is about endurance running events and how it all began through boxing as a young boy, brought up in a South Yorkshire steelmaking town. The book will cast a wide net, generating interest in the boxing/running, life coaching, inspiration and motivation market.
The bible is the ultimate self-help book. Mindful, Peaceful, Joyful uses mindfulness meditations and strategies to help the reader to enjoy life, rather than just muddling through surviving, by doing what we are told in Scripture: to take every thought captive 2 Corinthians 10:5 and to be transformed by the renewing of the mind Romans 12:2.
Cult debut short story collection based on fate, karma, chance encounters and revenge. Considers how the course of life flows after brief encounters. Ideal for quick coffee breaks.
Two men are murdered a third survives. They are thousands of miles apart yet they have one common denominator. They all testified against a career criminal called Banks. He went to jail but escaped and is seeking revenge.
The survivor is Peterson, he is hiding in Canada's frozen north but someone in the police force is after him. Who is the mole?
Here is the true and honest story of a man who out of the blue fell victim to oesophageal cancer in mid-life and fought back. He takes the reader from his incomprehension at the moment of diagnosis, to his bewilderment, then acceptance, the battle and finally the all-clear. He does not spare us the disappointments, pain, loneliness and much more!
Lionel Jagger, head of English at Mincliffe College in rural Worcestershire, is found dead in bed one morning, with his throat cut. Twenty-eight years old, erudite, talented, popular: an unlikely victim of murder. Inspector Wickfield and his assistant Sergeant Spooner trawl through his life, leaving no stone unturned to catch the cunning killer.
The book covers the author’s two years serving as a National Serviceman in the RAF on number 256 night fighter squadron in Western Germany. It includes some of the author’s adventures with his comrades. The stories range from funny to slightly strange, and some just totally mad. The foreword is written by John Noakes a famous Blue Peter presenter who served with the author.