I grew up believing that native Americans were Indians. I also thought that Inuits were Eskimoes; I was half-right on that one. The reason for these late confessions is that I have just ventured out into a mini Indian summer. The streets of my cosy market town are bathed in the last rays of September's... Continue Reading →
It took a while. It took two false pushes. It took the creation of twins when only one should have been there. Now, somebody has the pair, but they're not fully formed. Part 2 of The Purge is my favourite so far. I picked over the dusted corpse of my previous text, marvelled at its... Continue Reading →
Not UK politics, but my latest addition to The Piper series. It's less bloody than Boris The Bad, but far more believable. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07XKDDKT2
I know that I use this platform to advertise much of my writing. And I apologise. The stuff that I am now producing has come about as a result of years of pent-up creativity. Writing on this platform helped to release my inner-self whilst expressing my outer-self to an audience who is non-judgemental. Along the... Continue Reading →
Finally, it arrives. Part 2 of The Purge has taken a lot of workng on. I love it and I hope that you will too. New characters, new dangers, and just a lttle hope. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07XVSQ1XS The cover is different in theme as it's supposed to represent a cleansing of the soul.
Read the last episode of The Piper series for free, for a very short time, and keep ahead of the game. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07X6RG2WB The Piper continues with The Purge. Out soon! Mike
Just sitting there, with the sun neither going up nor down, captures my thoughts. I also captured my thoughts and crytalised my emotions in the book, Read After Burnout.com Adventures in Everyday Madness. It will be free on Amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07DQXPGGS SOON!
When one mentions the term ‘dystopian novel’ the chances are two books will come to your mind, ‘A Brave New World’ by Aldous Huxley and ‘1984’ by George Orwell. You can now add a third one to this list: ‘AWOL’ By Mike Evans. The book was a real surprise to me, it is very well... Continue Reading →