• The Everlasting Light

    There was once a proud and noble king who ruled over an ancient kingdom, high in one of the remotest mountain ranges in the world. He ruled with sincere honesty and merciful compassion. And just like all good kings in all good kingdoms of all good stories, he was loved by all of his people.

    He would distribute the excesses of his wealth amongst the poor. He would ensure lasting peace with all of the kingdom’s neighbouring friends and rivals. He guaranteed all his people were treated fairly and insisted they should all come to him for any personal disputes or hardships. Despite the harsh conditions and simplistic lifestyle, the people were happy and content with their lives in this cold mountain kingdom. Read More

  • Punctuation

    The exclamation mark that strikes through my passionate heart in excitement, like a piercing, dotted arrow!

    The floating raindrop apostrophe that always hangs above my mind’s cloudy sky.Read More

  • The Lost, Last Words

    The Lost (Last) Words is dedicated to all those that have lost loved ones in the past and to all those that will lose someone, some day in the present and future, such is the only certainty of life.

    He wrote of words he wished he had said. He wrote the words he now could no longer say. He wrote all the difficult words that were now far too easy. He wrote the easy words that had now become so difficult. He wrote fluently. He wrote passionately. He wrote furiously. He described in perfect detail every indescribable moment. He remembered and wrote every forgotten memory in vivid colours. He wrote all the words that made him happy, the words that made him shine. He wrote all the words that made him choke, that made him panic, that tightened his chest, the words that made him breathless. He wrote the words that kept him up at night, the words that broke his heart and those very words that would fix it again. He wrote the words that meant nothing and everything to him at the same time.Read More

  • The Secret Whispers Of The Library

    A library is a dusty collection of books, lovingly treasured over a period of time whilst being haphazardly stacked and sorted in various categories and genres. It is a mystical space with a sacred aura, defined by the boundaries of dizzying shelves of varying sizes, with hidden corners and secret spots where forgotten books are kept, in hopeful anticipation of being discovered once again.

    Libraries are the temples and cemeteries of the authors before us, where their innermost desires, wishful hopes and everlasting stories are kept alive beyond their time, revealing wisdom from ages bygone to the mania of the present day. Bound in leather hardback or the gentle creases of softback, these books whisper the glories of the past, a time machine to a myriad of epic adventures, a monologue of thoughts, a catalogue of all our emotions. And when visiting these great temples, a respectful silence is observed in homage and honour of these great writers that have combined to educate, inspire and create the world as we know it.Read More

  • The Midnight Promise

    I fell asleep with a well of tears in my heart and I woke up suffocating in the solitude of my bedroom, under the apparent safety of my duvet.

    An intruder had entered my room silently and lay on my waist, pounding down on my chest, compressing the air out of my lungs with the weight of all the gravity in the world. I squirmed with all my might but the attacker was unrepentant, slowly, purposefully, and agonisingly squeezing all the beats out of my heart.Read More

  • Book release: The White And Black Book

    A sad girl, frustrated with life, is preparing for another of life’s looming, endless exams. Whilst studying, she discovers a mysterious book in a majestic, enchanted library. This beautiful hand-made book has no name, no author and no publisher. And every time the girl opens the book, the book guides her through difficult and easy days, exciting and dull days, beautiful and ugly days, forgotten days, and days that will always last in her memory.

    But where did the book come from? And why did it choose the girl? Discover the intriguing mystery to a truly unique story of self help and inspirational guidance.

    This memorable, mesmorising and ornately decorated book is a true gift, becoming a timeless companion to every Amazon Kindle reader. It is a must-have book that is written specifically for anyone that dares to discover the mystery at the end. As a result, this book will be kept forever as a silent friend, on one’s private bookshelf, Kindle library or indeed, in its very own black and white box.


    “Thank you for a beautiful book. It will remain with me for years to come”.

    “Honestly, it’s beautiful”.

    “I found it endearing almost immediately”.

    “I needed these words. Felt they are written for me”.

    “Brilliant, clever, captivating and most enjoyable”.

    Please note: Due to the nature of the print replica to mimic the book’s true format, The White and Black Book is not available on Kindle E-readers such as Paperwhite and Voyage. It is however available on all Kindle Fire models, iPad, iPhone, Android and PC devices.