This week, I'd like to introduce Julie Coons, author of This Does Not Leave This House, a memoir from her childhood with an abusive mother. She wrote the book hoping to inspire positive change in the world. What is one thing that no-one would usually know about you? That I was an abused child What did the … Continue reading An interview with Julie Coons, author of This Does Not Leave This House
... just about two and half years ago. She is cute, funny and endlessly searching for the next person to adore her. She is, Belle, aka 'The Beeble'. She regularly reminds me that life is not about me, rather it's about her; or rather it's about her in the sense that she sees far more … Continue reading The Beeble has landed….
Hi, and this week I'd like to introduce a British author, Jack Messenger and his book, Farewell Olympus. He writes fiction about people: the mistakes they make; the things they do to live with themselves; how the world changes them. What is one thing that no one would usually know about you? ‘I once played volleyball … Continue reading Meet Jack Messenger, author of Farewell Olympus
This week I'd like to introduce Sarah Baethge who is will be crowdfunding for her first novel, The Illumination Query, in June. She is looking for reviewers to post a review during the crowdfunding challenge. If you're interested you can get in touch with her through her blog here: http://sbaethge.blogspot.com. What is one thing that no-one would … Continue reading Meet Sarah Baethge, author of The Illumination Query
this week I'd like to introduce Vic Cavalli, author of the road to vermilion lake. He has been teaching Creative Writing at the university level since 2001, and is captivated by the complex interpenetrating relationships between literature and the visual arts. What is one thing that no one would usually know about you? I love fishing … Continue reading An interview with Vic Cavalli, author of The Road to Vermilion Lake
This week, I'd like to introduce Steve Bellinger, who discovered Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke and the other masters of classic science fiction. After being hooked by their stories, he began writing everything from newspaper articles, comic strips and radio drama to short stories and fan fiction. The Chronocar is his latest novel. What … Continue reading Meet Steve Bellinger, author of The Chronocar
In an earlier post (If this then that - why life is the way it is!) I began to explain how I'd come to find out about the three principles and the journey of discovery I've had so far. On a recent Liberate your Thinking retreat in Weymouth with very lovely Caroline Brewer, Liz Scott and … Continue reading The quantum of thought
This week, I'd like to welcome Mandy Huggins back to the Woman on the Edge of Reality. Mandy first appeared here after taking part in the Hysteria Writing Competition and then volunteering as a judge in the flash fiction contest. She is an award winning writer of flash and short fiction and this is Mandy's … Continue reading Meeting Mandy Huggins, author of Brightly Coloured Horses
I titled this piece, If this then that, after an automation service that businesses and individuals can use to reduce the manual processing of ‘data’ and other actions. You decide what you want to automate, for example I might decide that I need to update a database when someone fills in a form on my … Continue reading If this then that – why life is the way it is!
This week, I'd like to introduce author Akhil Sharma to you with his rather unusually titled motivational book 'I am a failure'. According to his website he is a renowned award losing entrepreneur. In his decade long career, right from being a mariner, selling credit cards to being a technologist, he is blessed to have failed … Continue reading An interview with Akhil Sharma author of I Am A Failure