Here are some of the fascinating people I've worked with so far...
Northern Saints Celebrating the spiritual heritage of the north of England through the art of Rita Readman 2023 Paintings and reflections based on the lives of the great northern saints who lived in the kingdom of Northumbria in the seventh and eighth centuries and converted people to Christianity, established and ran places of prayer and learning and created artistic and scholarly work.
In these beautiful works of art, Rita Readman portrays the character, achievements and influence of the great northern saints. We are invited by her to befriend those followers of Christ whose lives shine through with the love of God: whose dependence upon their Lord made them faithful and influential and whose goodness attracts us to […]Read More
Opening Up The Making of a Surgeon 2023 In Opening Up: The Making of a Surgeon, David Clarke recounts the remarkable journey of a war widow's only child in bombed-out Hull as he embarks on a distinguished career in surgery.
Experience his formative years, including winning a public school scholarship and his medical and surgical training in Newcastle upon Tyne and the USA. Join him on his professional journey, where he shares fascinating anecdotes about the colourful and distinguished characters he meets along the way. Delve into his digressions on surgical history and marvel at […]Read More
Quest An exciting action-adventure for young adults 2023 “Be careful, Tom. Your power is growing. Now that our worlds are again at their closest, if you do not use it to destroy Prince Aldred, he will use it to find you…"
The pocket watch is the key to it all. Tom got it from an old pedlar a couple of years ago, the day before his parents were killed in a boating accident. Now the watch is ticking backwards, and Tom and his school friend Doug are in another world. With danger lurking around every corner, […]Read More
Hebridean Solace My Quarter-Century Living with Cancer 2022 Hebridean Solace is the story of a woman of inspirational faith and dignity who came from a generation that just got on with whatever challenges life threw at them.
Mairi MacBride was born in Paisley on April 20th 1900 and died on February 20th 1980 at her home on the Isle of Mull, where she lived most of her life. From 1940 to 1960 she worked as a teacher of dress design at the Burslem School of Art in the Staffordshire Potteries, where she […]Read More