I am a non fiction writer of one book, Genesis of Man, the second edition of which was published in May 2007. Subtitled the answer to life, the universe and everything in between, this is a fascinating read laden with scientific, Biblical and historical facts. There are two ways of viewing the subtitle - firstly that the book does address life, the universe and everything in between. It can also though be seen as a play on one of the main themes - the need to find balance between the light and dark, both within and without. The everything in between can then be viewed as the balance - or the space in between.
Absolutely LOVED and greatly appreciated your article in the UK authors' forum on getting your books into chain stores. SO comprehensive and helpful.
Hey, I had a very brief look at your bio (haven't seen your website yet) and wondered if you might like to be a guest on my radio show. No openings until October, but if that's ok, let's book you in. I think you would fit the theme really nicely.
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Hi June, just a hello from me ( TOM MCGREEVY ) a new member to your group. I live in Horton, Berkshire UK, and am a freelance poet/writer ( and ex-British Forces/Army)
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Nice to join you all ( I'll put link on my site to UK AUTHORS to try and get more members to join us )
Thanks for inviting me to be your friend. Great that you are thinking outside the box. In a world of followers it is refreshing that many are sensing the change and are investigating the mysteries of life. In my case I have had many experiences some lately that defy scientific explanation but happened never-the -less. What we know could turn science and religion on its head, maybe not the time yet, but.......it's going to happen.
Your book sounds fasinating and I wonder if you have also read the ancient classics of India in which, for example, Krishna's city of Dwarka is described. Archaeologists thought it was a myth. However, off the shore of modern day Dwarka an underwater city of great antiquity has been discovered and many believe it is Krishna's Dwarka.
To change the subject,
I am thrilled with the publication of my debut novel, Tangled Hearts.
When choosing an era for my debut novel, I read widely and chose Queen Anne's reign. I am interested in the events, national and international in Queen Anne's reign 1702-1714. She was the last of the Stuart monarchs and compared to our other more colourful kings and queens is not well known.
I'm glad to say the novel has received excellent reviews. One of my reviewers wrote words to the effect that: 'with its sumptuous descriptions of clothes and food and the sights, sounds and smells of Old London as a background for an intriguing plot, Tangled Hearts is a 'must for fans of quality historical fiction,'
All the best
Tangled Hearts available from www.enspirenpress.com, amazon.co.uk, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and soon from bookshops.