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Why I write

by on July 14, 2018

Hello here is the reason I write, when I was age 9, I spent some time in an Orphanage with my brother who was 6, after we left some years later the pair of us were traumatised somewhat, it lasted me n ... more


A Muse’s Thoughts

by on July 09, 2018

”So how do you know you’re an author?” The question has been asked many times. “In my soul.” Is always my answer. But no one has yet asked “When did you know you were an author?” ... more


SpiceTheWorld

by on March 22, 2018

I am proud to announce the new version of SpiceTheWorld cookbook. A great collection of spicy recipes for everyone. Get your printed or ebook version now and enjoy some great recipes folks. ... more


A simple thank you

by on July 04, 2018

How often do you say thank you? Does it have to be forced out of you or it comes out naturally? Do you feel obligated or you feel joyful when saying thanks? The other day I was reminded to say than ... more


My Book, Cherished Encouner

by on June 29, 2018

The life of medicine is one of satisfaction when you watch a person improve for the better. In all walks of life, situations can excel by looking forward to the future instead of crying over the past. ... more


A butterfly I am

by on June 26, 2018

I was born on earth, with a mission in mind Knowing my worth, but I still grind Hoping to unearth and treasures to find A butterfly I am vibrant and magical I carry with me warmth, sometimes swe ... more


Encoding hidden within my stories...

by on June 20, 2018

Here is a recent article I posted concerning my writing. While I understand topics such as this are hard to comprehend in many ways, it doesn't mean they are not absolutely proper and true. Many of ... more


Recognition for One Shot to the Head: A Love Story

by on June 19, 2018

Recognition for One Shot to the Head: A Love Story I’m happy to announce that my short story, One Shot to the Head: A Love Story was chosen as a Semi-Finalist in the 2018 Royal Palm Literary Awar ... more


New tools for those who have published several books

by on June 01, 2018

SMART LISTS Sometimes you find simple applications that are very useful. Today I want to tell you about an application, the page fyi.to, with which you can gather multiple links on a page by creating ... more


Writing a Police Procedural Made E-Z!

by on June 12, 2018

That’s right! For a limited time only, I’m divulging the secrets to writing a successful police procedural for only ten—that’s right, ten!—easy installment payments (which we’ll discuss la ... more



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