After surviving The Vampire Games, Mark once again has more to face. After discovering he has amazing abilities, and also trying to survive a revolution that will change the world he must deiced... More > wrong from right. Read what people calling Trilling!, Must Read!< Less
If the nations of the world were to unite — against what would they unite? Against whom? Manhattan corporate lawyer Kevin Traynor gets entangled in a conspiracy that threatens to destroy his... More > world — in the name of humanity.
Through the skyscraper canyons of Manhattan, along the Old Man River, to the boondocks of Old Europe, and over the roofs of Paris Traynor has to hunt a secret that is about to end civilization as we know it. The hurricane of the century, enemy jetfighters, explosions, and earth-shattering disaster — what can stop him? And whom can he trust? The government? His associates? His friends? His mysterious new lover? Himself? Anyone? Who is scheming to bring about the end of the world? Greedy businessmen? Corrupt politicians? Religious fanatics? Or...
Kevin Traynor. With the right to be politically incorrect.< Less
The emphasis is on rhyming, romantic poetry interlaced with humour and some poems that will make us think a bit. I have also sneaked in a few poems which always seem to be appreciated by my audiences... More > at my public readings.< Less
'Keep the Torch Alight' is a record of God's hand at work in a selection of family experiences. It was written as a gift to the author's children on their baptism, with the intention of not only... More > relating those pivotal events, but also encouraging them to remain faithful to the God who has walked with them in their lives as a family.< Less
When a major network successfully relaunched a hit family SF show, they were anxious to find a post-watershed spin-off as soon as possible to cater for the fans who had grown up with their original... More > series, but now wanted a more adult version of the same thrills. The bulk of this book contains an original commissioned script intended for broadcast that never saw the light of day. The rest of the book tells the story of how that script was commissioned, edited, re-edited and re-commissioned only to eventually disappear without trace; an insider viewpoint on how the television industry works as seen from a writer's perspective.
'Torch, Wood and Peasants' contains the script and behind-the-scenes story of an entirely fictitious television programme and bears no relation to any real programme... honest guvnor.< Less