LeBron James is a basketball legend, despite a terrible start in life. His education was disrupted because he and his mother were effectively homeless — but, thanks to a number of mentors, he surmounted his difficulties, and built a great … Continue reading
The NFAA is the Nonfiction Authors’ Association. I am a member because I review books for them. They have just notified me that I am their member of the week, featuring my book, From Depression to Contentment. Please spread the … Continue reading
To quote Syliva Kryz from Hit and Run, “Hate begets hate, vengeance only leads to vengeance, violence feeds on itself. Only love can stop the endless cycle. Only love can turn hate into love.” A rule of the universe is, … Continue reading
Or so my friend Michael Thal has told me. Michael is the author of several fine books for young people, and refers to himself as “Pop.” I guess that saves several letters when compared to my title of Professional Grandfather, … Continue reading
What a strange name for an online bookshop, but who am I to argue? Right now, From Depression to Contentment is on special for $4.50. Not bad for, basically, ten years’ work.
The positive, powerful reviews for From Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide are coming in. Several reviewers are people I respect, and even consider them to be among my teachers. And three of them have questioned my focus on reincarnation … Continue reading
This is the start of my current work, the fifth volume of The Doom Healer. I’d be very grateful for your feedback. Even if you know nothing about what went on in the first four volumes, does it grab you? … Continue reading
Please have a look at a report in Mountain Views Mail concerning my just-published book, From Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide.
Theresa Hortley is a formidable lady who has no fear in fronting up to high school students. Me, I’d rather wrestle with a tiger snake than be a high school teacher. She is also one of my faithful beta readers. … Continue reading
Galloping climate change… Pesticides leading to extinctions… Hate and division and insane politicians… You’d need to be crazy to stay sane in today’s world. Fortunately for me, I have a set of tools to stop me from jumping off the … Continue reading