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Books I've Written

Welcome to Paranormal City. There’s hospitality for all here, be you vampire, demon, walking dead, or one of the werepeople. We've something for everyone, no matter what your needs or tastes. Mundanes are also welcome. Just try to fit in. A Devil’s dozen tales from Paranormal City for your delight… and terror.

Trouble is brewing across the Multiverse and Justin Wilson, a young inter-reality traveller, is in the middle of it, preventing a conspiracy from gaining control of all of Earth’s alternate realities everywhere.

Once you’ve set your goals, do you look around and say to yourself “now what?” Do you find it difficult to know whether you’re achieving your goals? Want to find how to achieve your goals every time?

Paranormal City


Unleash Your Dreams: Going Beyond Goal Setting

Dark Urban Fantasy

Science Fiction – Space Opera

Self Help

Also available via Books2Read


Books I've Contributed To

In this Printed Words anthology, the lines merge between crime and horror, fiction and poetry. So, you’ll be kept guessing whether the villain is human or monster. Sometimes, the worst monsters are those who pass as human.

An anthology of short horror stories showing you how dangerous arts and crafts can be.

From vigilantes seeking justice after their day jobs, detectives trusting pretty serial killers, and young reporters determined to solve cold cases. From skinwalkers, rakshasas, and fallen angels preying on the innocent to half-cyborg vigilantes terrorizing cities and Warrant Officers squashing wild rebels.

A businessman discovers he has a ghostly twin whose presence may be far more ominous than he had thought... Mischievous children learn that supernatural forces are nothing to toy with, after a Halloween prank goes wrong. And holiday festivities set the backdrop to a terrified teen’s worst fears...

From the Shadows

Handmade Horror Stories

Murder and Mayhem

Night Terrors Volume 17



Crime Fiction


Lite horror, dramatic romance, and family love come together as twelve amazing stories in this winter holiday anthology. Join these authors as they explore the suspenses and joys of the merry season. Of Silver Bells and Chilling Tales Anthology showcases the twelve stories we couldn’t resist.

DON’T Listen to the Spiders, Drive in the rain, Buy the doll... DO Sell the Puppet, Take the Dr.’s Advice, Leave the Box Shut...


A Dark Fantasy Anthology full of dark, striking, daring, and otherworldly fantasy stories from 16+ authors from around the world.

An anthology of twenty-one original short stories by fourteen authors in the genre of Rod Serling's beloved and iconic TV series.

Of Silver Bells and Chiiling Tales


Sheer: A Dark Fantasy Anthology

Step Into the Fifth Dimension




Weird Fiction Anthology

It's not just the weather outside that's frightful! Wight Christmas subverts Christmas tropes, spinning new traditions around murder and monsters, cannibalism and the occult, hostile takeovers and indentured servitude, and yes, even wights.

Your abundant future is just a few pages away. If you've been struggling with money, looking for love and abundance, or simply wondering if there's more for you in life, then you've come to the right place. Here, you have access to real-world stories from people who practice the Law of Attraction.

Wight Christmas

The Midas Touch


Business Advice

With Dr Joe Vitale, Dan Lok, et al


Whittlesey Wordsmiths Collections

Whittlesey Wordsmiths is a local writers' consortium that self-publish their collective works every year while helping one another to publish individual books.

A wide range of beautiful prose, poetry, short stories and limericks encompassing factual pieces including autobiographical, and a range of fiction, from humorous to sombre. Where the Wild Winds Blow, is an exciting first offering from the Whittlesey Wordsmiths U3A writing group.

A Following Wind is our second collection of prose, poetry and short stories. It too is an eclectic collection including fiction ranging from the humorous to the sombre, autobiographical pieces and beautiful poetry but above all else pure gold reading.

Three Sheets to the Wind, is our fifth book. It too is an eclectic collection including fiction ranging from the humorous to the sombre, autobiographical pieces and beautiful poetry but above all else pure gold reading.

Tuck into this Christmas collection of stories and verse. A tasty treat that provides all the warm fuzzy feelings we expect from this time of year and some darker tales to take the edge off the sugar. A festive feast that you don’t need an elasticated waist to enjoy.

Where the Wild Winds Blow

A Following Wind

Three Sheets to the Wind

Windy Christmas
(that'll be the sprouts)

General Anthology

General Anthology

General Anthology

Adult Christmas Anthology

Christmas stories for the young at heart the Whittlesey Wordsmiths have come up with a winter wonderland of stories and poems suitable for bedtime reading. Guaranteed NOT to give you nightmares. “A lovely book. Thoroughly recommended and much better than a pair of socks”– Santa Claus.

A collection of short murder and ghost stories.

Jingle Bells and Tinsel Tales

Dead End Tales

Children's Christmas Anthology

Murder and Ghosts


Whittlesey Wordsmiths Individual Members

Emmie the Elf works hard, running errands and sweeping out reindeer stalls, but Santa’s newest helper still finds herself grounded on Christmas Eve. Can Emmie get airborne in time for next Christmas Eve?

Mirlings live in the garden fishpond. When Molly meets newcomer Flash, their dislike is mutual. But it becomes difficult to avoid each other after they and Molly’s friends are netted with goldfish destined for an indoor tank. Can the mirlings stay hidden from the humans while surrounded by glass?

Euphemia Ffinch, godmother to Lucinda Eleanor, has been travelling since she retired as nanny to the Regalian royal family. Buttons the dog has lived in the basement with Cindy since his master died, while her stepmother and stepsisters live upstairs and treat her as a servant.

Sixteen stories, some of which have been placed or shortlisted in competitions. Add a flash or two and some verses, and you get a motley collection of characters who aren't all they seem – or are they? You decide.

A Year Before Christmas

Pond People

The Godmother

Witch Way and Other Ambiguous Stories

Cathy Cade


Cathy Cade


Cathy Cade


Cathy Cade


Meet Detective Chief Inspector Cyril Lane, known to everyone as Arnold. During his career, Arnold has had experiences he would rather not have had, seen things he wished he hadn't seen and encountered things he cannot explain. But Arnold's experiences in Killing Time in Cambridge are truly unlike any other.

A book of short stories written by Philip Cumberland and George Holmes. Some are for adults, some are humourous and there are two children's stories.

Collections of Poems.

A delightful collection of limericks, guaranteed to make you smile, inspired by news articles, celebrities, and everyday life. Something to brighten your day.

Killing Time in Cambridge

Strange Times and
Other Stories

Finding My Voice

A Sexagenarian From Smithy Fen

Philip Cumberland

Science Fiction

Philip Cumberland


Tessa Thomson


Valerie Fish


The Railway Carriage Child is the autobiography of a child raised in a pair of Great Eastern Railway carriages, built in 1887, converted to living accommodation in the 1920s and home to Wendy’s family to the present day.

The Railway Carriage Child

Wendy Fletcher



The Writing Gym

Annalisa Summea founded the Writing Gym as a place for authors to learn and perfect their craft skills and to discover how to create the author's lifestyle for themselves. She provides one-on-one training in all aspects, including writing and completing your book, editing and revision, submission, marketing, and going on to your next book. She has been mentoring me for the past five years or so. You can contact her at Date With the Muse.

Here is a selection of books she helped other authors bring to the world.

Larry Sortino is a lucky guy. Never mind that he’s just been laid off. Or that his wife is having an affair with his best friend. Now that he’s hit the lottery for millions, he’s done with all that nonsense. Any day now he’ll claim the money. Or at least tell someone about it. Maybe. He just needs a little time to think.

111 Invitations offers a pathway of possibility and understanding, exploring the full range of human experience and emotion. The poems, prayers, and reflections invite entry into a new and deeper awareness of self. Accepting these invitations is an opportunity.

Dancing between the modern world and sixth-century Scotland, this riveting award-winning tale blends portal fantasy with an exploration of what it means to align with one’s true self.

With travel tips and culture in our guidebooks written by a local, it is never too late to visit Bermuda. Greater Than a Tourist - Bermuda by Author Clara Fay offers the inside scoop on the island of Bermuda.

Lucky Stiff

111 Invitations: Step in to the Full Richness of Life

Mark of a Crescent Moon

Greater Than a Tourist – Bermuda

Barbara Bellesi Zito

Contemporary Fiction

Barb Klein

Motivational Self-Help

Clara Fay

Romantic Historical Fantasy

Clara Fay

Travel Tips

Dave Krehbiel's fast-moving memoir, Through the Door: A Horn-Player's Journey, relates the adventures of a young musician who uses his musical talents to cover up his scholastic shortcomings. In so doing, he finds himself, miraculously, in the career of his dreams.

2022 CIPA EVVY Gold Award Winner in Motivational/Inspirational, Bronze Memoir. This is the story of my younger brother, Dr. Manu Dua, who battled oral cancer for almost two years.

“Slippers would break, rods would break, my skin would break and bleed, my clothes would stain, but my spirit remain untouched.” Throughout her childhood, Priya Saklani had only one friend ‘FEAR,’ which was constant. She can’t recollect the time when she felt needed.

In our rich land of immigrants, sources and traces of American values are more clearly seen within the context of a framework to discern progress or decline.

Through the Door:
A Horn-Player's Journey

Life Interrupted:
Dr. Dua’s Survival Guide

The Wounded Healer

Presidential Values

Davie Krehbiel

Music Memoir

Dr Manu Dua

Personal Transformation

Dr Pria Saklani


G. James Hoffman

Political Sociololgy

Want to build a great team? First you have to get to ‘US’ Leaders who build great teams know a secret: They understand how to enroll people in a unifying vision that brings everyone together, working toward a common, noble purpose.

Meadowlands is a compilation of haiku and photographs inspired by walking the meadow paths in my little corner of the world. I started writing haiku and taking photos during the COVID-19 Pandemic as a way to both interpret and find solace in the beauty of nature.

A peek into physical experiences that anchor us, the emotions that rise within, and the ultimate connection we make with the wisdom of all there is.

A peek into the physical experiences that anchor us, the emotions that rise within and the ultimate connection we made with the wisdom of all that is.

Getting to ‘Us'

A Haiku Collection



Joe Curcillo

Team Building

Ruth Torde


Sonee Singh

Women's Poetry

Sonee Singh

Women's Poetry

An exploration of how the universe communicates with us, the subtle signs and symbols it sends our way to contribute to the meaning and how of our lives, and help us connect with our oneness.

Naina's life is as it has always been. She lives in a self-imposed sheltered manner in Charleston, South Carolina, yet wants nothing more than to have the support of friends and family. She is too afraid to put herself out there, having been hurt so much in the past. Her routines give her a sense of safety...

Anji is forty-one, single, of Indian origin, and grew up in Colombia. Now a successful journalist in New York City, she's missing only love in her life. Then a vision reveals her soul mate; he calls her "lonely dove" – two words that describe her perfectly – but she cannot see his face.

Until recently, gender stereotypes have shaped the ways in which society views female offenders, often as individuals incapable of criminal activity or extreme violence. The book sheds light on the complex world of female offending, demonstrating women's capability to behave aggressively.


Can You Be

Lonely Dove

When Women Offend: Crime and the Female Perpetrator

Sonee Singh

Women's Poetry

Sonee Singh

Creativity Self-Help

Sonee Singh

Asian American Literature

Stephanie Scott-Snyder


Brendan Leary, assigned to an Air Force photo squadron an hour from L.A., thinks he has it made. But when the U.S. invades Cambodia and he joins his buddies who march in protest, he is shipped off to an obscure air base in upcountry Thailand.

Cameraman Brendan Leary survived the ambush of the Big Buddha Bicycle Race—but Tukada, his star-crossed lover, did not. Leary returns to combat, flying night operations over the mountains of Laos, too numb to notice that Pawnsiri, one of his adult-school students, is courting him.

An island may seem to be a place of isolation, but for Hayden and Chuck, growing up on an island will lead to adventure.

A collection of light horror and suspense for the Halloween season.

The Big Buddha Bicycle Race

In the Year of the Rabbit

Adventures of Hannah Claire

It Was a Dark and Stormy Night

Terence A Harkin

American Literature

Terence A Harkin

20th Century Historical Romance

W P Vanderbrook, III

Children's Survival Story

Bayou Writers Club

Ghost & Occult Horror


Books I Recommend

Are you a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants writer? Hungry for a book that shows you how to write and revise your novel without an outline? Discover the secret sauce to help those of us seat-flyers get at least some grounding in what we do and to find a system in the chaos that is pantsing.

A pithy business parable with the theme of putting the other person first' as the theme to business success and personal fulfillment. Joe, the young protagonist of the narrative, meets a series of mysterious teachers who encourage him to question his existing presumptions about business and success.

This book is my personal journey through the first year of learning to manage the day to day joys and tribulations of living with a loved one's dementia.

As a species, we are storytellers. Our best stories, those that endure for generations, are stories of trials and suffering and of surmounting the challenges set before us. The biblical Job is such a story, one that has become encrusted with centuries of interpretations.

Storytelling for Pantsers

The Go-Giver

Who I am Yesterday

Redefining Job and the Conundrum of Suffering

Annalisa Parent

Writing Skills Reference

Bob Burg & John David Mann

Business Decision Making

Victoria Adams

Alzheimer's / Dementia

Victoria Adams



Online Works

Star Truck


Santa's Little Secret


Star Truck: A Star Trek Fanfiction Spoof




Science Fan Fiction


Books No Longer in Print

What Lies Beyond

Science Fiction Anthology

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