The Archer Prism: reflecting Sir John Harington

IRDA Winner – Historical Fiction

Fictional autobiography of an important yet little known Elizabethan knight.

John Harington regards Jeffrey Archer, bestselling modern novelist , ex-convict and peer of England, as his modern counterpart. By comparing Jeffrey’s extraordinary life with his own, he seeks to understand his own actions and relationships.

Sir John was Queen Elizabeth’s favourite & sauciest Godson.

A famous, controversial writer, he invented the flush toilet.

This enovel won the historical fiction category of the 2012 Independent Reader Discovery Awards.

Ten Women with a Past

Ten Women with a Past

A free collection of articles published during 2011 in the online biographical magazine, Egopendium. Ten women of today assessed, not always sympathetically, by great figures from the past who had similar talents or achievements.Articles are: Belle de Jour by Samuel Pepys; Carla Bruni-Sarkozy by Joséphine de Beauharnais; Cheryl Cole by Helen of Troy; Josephine Bernadette Devlin McAliskey by Grace O’Malley (Grainne Ni  Mhaille); Kate Middleton by Wallis Simpson; Gillian McKeith by Hippocrates; Sarah Palin by Lizzie Borden; Katie Price by Nell Gwynn; Delia Smith by King Alfred the Great; JK Rowling by the Brothers Grimm,

Twenty Men with a Past

Twenty Men with a Past

A free collection of articles published during 2011 in the online biographical magazine, Egopendium. Twenty men of today assessed, not always sympathetically, by great figures from the past who had similar talents or achievements.Articles are: Julian Assange by Thomas Paine; David Beckham by Adonis; Silvio Berlusconi by Garibaldi; Harold Camping by Nostradamus; Simon Cowell by PT Barnum; James Dyson by George Stephenson; Chris Evans by Alvar Liddell; Colin Firth by Emil Jennings; Bill Gates by Charles Babbage; Bob Geldof by William Wilberforce; Damien Hirst by Caravaggio; Boris Johnson by Dick Whittington; Nelson Mandela by Toussaint Louverture; Peter Mandelson by Niccolo Machiavelli; Paul McKenna by Franz Mesmer; Rupert Murdoch  by Randolph Hearst; Vladimir Putin by Lavrentiy Beria; Nicolas Sarkozy by Napoleon Bonaparte; David Walliams by Will Kemp; Mark Zuckerberg by Karl Marx.

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Meek & Mild’s Revenge

Introducing Ed Meek and Mango Mild, the pioneers of Revenge Consummation Therapy. Charlotte is one of their first clients. She blames her husband for the death of their son on the ski slopes of Switzerland. She feels she can’t move on without exacting some sort of revenge. But what sort?

The sisters of Aurora

Front cover: The sisters of Aurora

Every man wakes to their caress, but no man can touch them. Who will they lead where? A mildly erotic novel in progress.

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