Previous visitors to our website may be noticing changes to the layout of our website. The most significant is the amalgamation of five sites into one, so there are no longer separate directories for Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the USA. With just the main site, the use of geolocation software enables the display of content based on your country. This includes the book-buying buttons. Furthermore, a flag is now displayed on the right-hand side of the site’s header, confirming your location. Added to the Book Store dropdown menu, you will now be able to select Large Print Editions. Another change makes it possible for you to select Dark […]Continue reading
At the end of book three, we learn that Julia Harper has inherited property near Port Douglas, British Columbia. At the pleading of her son, Oliver, and his cousin, Spencer, she and her husband agree to visit the property before the start of the school term.Continue reading
Fifty-five years ago, I boarded a train that would take me away from home. Backpack slung over my shoulder, suitcase trundling behind, I was off to university. Now it was time to return.
Taking a window seat, I watched the countryside slip by. Quickly becoming a blur, it reminded me of the speed reading technique I had adopted while scanning academic articles on theoretical physics. One came to mind where the author professed time travel to be possible. I showed him. My eloquent math equations put such nonsense to rest …Continue reading
Neither snow nor rain, heat or cold,
will stop my dog from being bold.
Each day a walk he does require.
Even though I may desire
to stay at home and rest my limbs …Continue reading
I have three daughters. As children, I used to tell them bedtime stories, which I made up as I went along. They included tales about fairies, dragons, or things that go bump in the night…Continue reading
Available as eBook and Paperback (coffee table edition). Both contain 33 colored illustrations.Continue reading
The Man Who Would Cheat At Cards has received an update to the cover. This reflects the book being the first in the Roger Harper Series. Future purchases will reflect this change.Continue reading