Monday, 30 May 2011

Spiritual Fiction Books Review

The story of “Paradigms” is a combination of spirituality, fiction and fantasy. The plot has been well thought out and the characters are believable and aptly suited in the roles that they play

Monday, 16 May 2011

The Truth about Faries - Free!

"We're not your best friend! We're not your little pets either!" "The Truth about Faeries" brings the inside story of the faerie realm. Through six dark faerie tales, tied together with explanations by a fae narrator, we get a glimpse of the sometimes funny, often dark, and always fantastical, world of the fae. (Narration in Scots with English translations)

Sunday, 15 May 2011

Paradigms Updates

The new verision of Paradigms should now be available. For ebook users, you simply have to download it again from the site (it shouldn't cost you anything to do that. If you can't get it, just contact me).

If you are not happy with your early paperback version you can are welcome to get in touch and I can see about buying you an updated version.

If anyone has any problems, please let me know.

Monday, 9 May 2011

Shambhalasun Review

Got a nice review from Shambhalasun Magazine (Thanks to Meredith Bailey and Andrea Miller)

Thursday, 5 May 2011

The two paths

Again I find myself caught in that great dilemma of life: to renounce the world and its things completely, or to run wild fanatic fervour, taking in all the pleasures that hedonistic life has to offer. I could be inspiring on either path. There is truth on both of them; perhaps one is no better than the other.

Yet there is fear there. Fear that the wrong choice has been made. Fear that this limited life is being wasted running down one road to find nothing at the end. What greater curse would there be to renounce everything of the world only at death to have found out this is all there is? Or worse, to give way to passion and discover at the end that there was some attainable, higher goal, or higher state that was missed for momentary pleasure?

Some might say that the best choice would be to walk the middle ground. Yet what a bland dull life that would seem to be: the path of the masses and not of the heroes. It would be the suburbs of life, a halfway place where the benefits and curses are neither strong nor weak and a dull colourless existence at best.

But it's here in the strange half way purgatory I always seem to end up. A shard of metal caught between two poles. A branch swinging in opposing currents. Here I am neither able to choose one nor the other and am cursed all the more for knowing there is choice that can be made.

` If only I could really know.