Curtis is a lonely crocodile that does not understand why no one wants to kiss him. He thinks it is his skin, his eyes, his inability to sing. Finally a sneaky snake helps him discover why it is so... More > difficult for him to find a date.< Less
Discover How To Publish Your Very Own eBook On Amazon Kindle And Become An Instant Author... Even If You're Just A Beginner!
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In 1311, a Templar knight is burnt at the stake. A great secret dies with him.
Set against a backdrop of the Algarve, the Eye of Sayf-Udeen combines intellectual treasure hunt with caper as the... More > conflicting parties struggle with varying degrees of competence and luck for ownership in a story that is historically engaging, exciting and humorous.< Less
The shadows of Tim Mitchell’s past haunt him
and he wants a new start in life. Amsterdam is
his choice; it’s gay, it’s free but, best of all, it’s
not England. A chance... More > visit to an art gallery
triggers a train of events that are outside his
control and leave death in their wake.
Artcore is a stylish thriller set in Amsterdam’s
gay world as Tim tries to discover who is destroying his life.< Less
Memories of my joys and sorrows will never die for me. This book was exceedingly difficult to write, while this life has been difficult to live.
I was the youngest of six children. The oldest boy... More > was fourteen year old. My grandparents had all passed away except a grandfather. We had to live in different foster homes. After about five and a half years, my oldest brother, Hollan- age 19, got us all back together. He worked and sent us fine children to school.
About three years later, Hollan was drafted in the army in World War II. My next oldest brother, Albert, then became our guardian. We all lived together until Hollan was wounded in action, was discharged from the army, and soon returned home.
Come with me now into the world of “My Joys and Sorrows”.< Less