Blind Girl and the Soldier: A Novella – Kindle Edition
Literature & Fiction / May 2, 2019

The heartwarming but tragic tale of two very different people coping with life in an isolated world. Meeting for the first time in a small village churchyard is Sarah, visually impaired from birth, and Tom, a homeless drifter and veteran soldier harbouring a colourful past. Over several days they become personally and emotionally attached leading to feelings of love and unity. But an unforeseen occurrence leads to a harrowing and tragic end. PRE-RELEASE REVIEWS. Green’s first Novella. I was sceptical at first but at only a little over 21000 words this failed to disapoint. Compelling and unable to put down until the very end. (Nick – Eastleigh) Another masterful and original piece of story-telling from an author who is able to write in all genres. Simple and heartwrenching. It will rip your emotions to shreds and remain lodged in your mind forever. (Dom – London) Critics will be calling this Green’s ‘tour-de-force’ – Brilliant! (Charlie – Portsmouth) A must read for your flight or holiday. Short, sweet. Read it and weep. A masterpiece! (Carol – Southampton) Tragic realistic fiction at its best. This author has done it again. ( Eileen – Bishopstoke)

Becoming Herself
Genre Fiction / April 19, 2019

What if … you were told you won’t be accepted because you don’t sound like everyone else… you want more choices than your world offers… you love a man you can never have … you need to reconnect with the land you left behind? That is Margaret’s story. Becoming Herself is the tale of a woman’s road to self-discovery in the first half of the 20th century. It is as current as today’s headlines. On her first day in America, seven-year old Maggie Clancy is placed in an orphanage by her grieving widowed father. She is told that from now on she will be called Margaret. Maggie will no longer exist. She will have to forge her own path in this new world of upstate New York. Her lovely singing voice provides her the needed entry.  In an era when she loses the corset and gains the right to vote, Margaret struggles with balancing the roles of wife and mother with her longing to do even more with her life. She’s a witness to the prejudices experienced by Irish immigrants and to Americans questioning the patriotism of their German-Americans neighbors during WWI. Despite that, she hopes and believes that man’s inhumanity…

River Boy
Literature & Fiction / March 12, 2019

Kirk’s problem is he can walk on water – and no one has had that gig for 2,000 years. But can a skinny Canadian kid, raised in a small town by a single mother, really be the Son of God? Kirk just wants to be a normal teenager, hanging out with his girlfriend, stocking shelves at the corner store. But when he is caught on CCTV cameras walking across floodwaters to save his mother’s life, all hell breaks loose.  Mixing murder, satire, and teenage romance, Canadian author Alan Daniels weaves an extraordinary story of how humanity – and the Christian establishment – might react today to the long-awaited Second Coming. At its core is a question that has survived centuries: If there is a creator, an Almighty God, why is the world in such a mess? Visit riverboythenovel.com for more details about the novel and the author.

River Boy
Genre Fiction / March 10, 2019

Kirk’s problem is he can walk on water – and no one has had that gig for 2,000 years. But can a skinny Canadian kid, raised in a small town by a single mother, really be the Son of God? Kirk just wants to be a normal teenager, hanging out with his girlfriend, stocking shelves at the corner store. But when he is caught on CCTV cameras walking across floodwaters to save his mother’s life, all hell breaks loose.  Mixing murder, satire, and teenage romance, Canadian author Alan Daniels weaves an extraordinary story of how humanity – and the Christian establishment – might react today to the long-awaited Second Coming. At its core is a question that has survived centuries: If there is a creator, an Almighty God, why is the world in such a mess? Visit riverboythenovel.com for more details about the novel and the author.

Inscription
Literature & Fiction / September 25, 2018

  Having reached the apex of her acting career as well as some form of an emotional dead end, Sara Whitley decides to take her existence to the next, more purposeful level. She brazenly sets off from Beverly Hills for war-torn Bosnia in October 1995, pledging her capital and her celebrity persona to a worthy cause. Sadly, her ambitions and the reality don’t get a chance to coincide- despite having taken all the measures of precaution applicable to someone of her stature, she winds up in the Bosnian mountains utterly unprepared for the events to follow. The environment Sara finds herself trapped in is so remarkably hostile that even the seasoned men she is accompanied by end up being severely tested.   “Standing at the river’s edge, she was petrified- shimmering in the moonlight, it was flowing precariously quick for her liking and didn’t seem nearly as narrow as Marco described it. Exhaling vapour with every breath only pointed to the fact that if the air temperature was so low, the water should be bitterly cold at best, she further deduced.”   Sara’s habitual level of comfort drops to nil in the blink of an eye, however, as her ordeal…

Moving the Chains
Literature & Fiction / September 25, 2018

This novel contains two stories intertwined:​As a freshman, Abby is the star quarterback of her small town’s high school football team. When she finds out her family is moving to the big city and leaving behind everything she knows, Abby’s latent anxiety becomes a problem that she can no longer ignore. To be successful both on and off the field, she must face stigma and her own fears before her nervous symptoms become crippling.​Twenty years later, Abby has become a successful professor of psychology. Although her nervous symptoms are well under control, when she is thrown into the limelight, Abby experiences a new wave of anxiety. With the insight she has gained over the years, she works through her symptoms, reflects back on her path since high school, and finds that she still has a lot to learn.

THE HEART OF GOLD
Literature & Fiction / September 15, 2018

The Heart of Gold is a gripping romance thriller that explores not only the dangerous territory of love and marriage, but also the changing culture of modern Indian city life. Mukesh and Nithya are caught between time-honored traditions and the new, fast-paced global lifestyle. Mukesh, a successful business man on a steady rise in the corporate world, is hesitant when his mother urges him to find a wife. But when she introduces him to the bride she’s chosen for him, Mukesh is surprised by his luck: Nithya is beautiful, smart, cultured, and from a good family. It seems like a perfect match, and he finds himself falling in love. But before he can settle into his new married life, Nithya tells him the horrible truth: her parents blackmailed her into the marriage. Instead of love and companionship, it’s longing and agony for Mukesh while Nithya feels only anger and resentment towards him and her parents. To make matters worse, Giridhar, a flame from Nithya’s past, unexpectedly makes his way back into her life. At first, Nithya is wary of her ex, but as she grows more and more distant from her husband and her parents, she finds herself letting him…

Hooves Of Vengeance: Vengeance will come with the beating hooves of a racehorse & the flash of assassins blade.
Action & Adventure / January 9, 2018

When William White buys a share in a racehorse , he is engulfed in a world of fast horses, deadly assassins, sex, love, heartache intertwined with Templar artefacts, the Catholic church’s most deadly assassin’s and most powerful clerics.Love, heartbreak & betrayal by those he loved most will haunt his steps. His friends include the deadly Marie, a nun with a set of skills to rival the worlds best assassins. But also enemies to whom murder & rape is second nature. To those who cross our heroes, Vengeance will come with the beating hooves of a racehorse & the flash of assassins blade. “I picked up my own sword which contained a lock of saints’ hair in its hilt. The reason that Marie had given me this sword and the skills as to how to use it when I had told of her of my admission to the Knights of York without a word questioning now struck me. “ I thought your boss hated us?” I said taking my place beside her. “He does, but your heresy is small fry compared to this lot”. She replied. “Thanks for coming, how is Dame Joan by the way” I said. Marie chuckled. “She…

trust me: Good me bad me
Literature & Fiction / August 17, 2017

“I have difficulties relying on individuals.” “I never think that I can believe in my spouse (or wife).” It is quite typical for me, in my function as a consultant, to listen to the above claims. Trust problems are plentiful in connections. However, solving believe in problems is not about getting another individual to be reliable. It’s about you become a reliable individual with yourself and understanding how to believe in yourself. Becoming Trustworthy With Yourself How often do you guarantee yourself you are going to do something and then don’t do it? For example, we often guarantee ourselves to: Get the taxation done promptly. Catch up on e-mail, telephone cellphone calls, and other letters. Eat better. Drink less liquor. Stop careless investing, betting, or whatever places us in economical problems. … And so on… If you guarantee yourself you will do something and then you don’t do it, you are not being reliable with yourself. This would be like appealing a kid something and then not doing it. Gradually the kid would understand not to believe in you. The same is applicable with your inner kid. If you guarantee yourself — your Inner kid — that you will handle…

Gone with the Rhyme [Print Replica] Kindle Edition
Poetry / April 10, 2017

According to research, people who read poetry lead more satisfying social lives than those who don’t. Ask yourself this: are you one of those people? Would you like to be? Give it a shot with these beautiful, inspirational, light-hearted, satirical, thought-provoking, emotional, expressional verses. If there is a first, last, or one of many poetry books you’re searching to read right now, make it this one! From the likes of Alexander Pushkin, Sergei Yesenin, Boris Pasternak, Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetaeva comes 21th-century contemporary poet who’s literary works are as different as they are similar to those authors that came before him. Each poetic translation has been carefully crafted to preserve authenticity and likeness to the original piece.