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A British War Dance is the first novel from Lee Willmore. Lee was born and raised in the Sandwell area of the West Midlands and now resides in Kent. He has a keen interest in dance and the war time era, both of which were his inspiration for his story.
His book ‘A British War Dance’ is a story of James Ashfield is a young man from Birmingham, sent to Germany to fight alongside his brother in WW2. The events that took place led to his return home with haunting memories he could not erase. His mind in turmoil, James was left feeling hopeless, until he is given a life-changing opportunity to pursue a dream that had remained his secret since childhood.
A British War Dance
Mark is a first-time author, retired in December 2014 after 12 years working in security. Retirement has given him the time to pursue his long-time dream of writing and becoming a published author.
His book ‘The Omega Chronicles’ is about a giant cosmic dust cloud first noticed in 1962, its discovery kept a secret so as not to cause worldwide panic, finally hits the Earth fifty-five years later with catastrophic devastation that wipes life from the face of the planet.
The Time Detective - Book 1 - Discovery
Born in California, Karen’s intense reading of informative books has galvanized my determination to devote the rest of my life to doing whatever I can to change the way people think in terms of respecting the Earth as our one true home.
‘A Women’s Guide to Saving the World’ is a stream of stories by women, known and not, from various walks of life and areas of persuasion - presented as an anthology to provide suggestions, solutions, opinions on what we all can do to make the world out there, or in our midst, a better, kinder, friendlier, more equitable and rational place to live.
A Women's Guide to Saving the World
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