I am a creative catalyst, unblocker, wizard of light bulb moments and an author of five books and counting:
- The Art and Science of Light Bulb Moments
- Flavours of Thought
- Blocks - Soulwave
- 100 Years of Ermintrude
I help people tap into unlimited creativity and to unleash their full potential.
I breathe life into businesses and ideas that are stuck or just a bit
lost. If you have ever had an idea, done nothing with it and seen it
copied, I will show you how to stop that happening ever again.
I have amassed this eclectic skill set from 20 years in broadcasting, 10
years in Internet technology and 8 years researching the true nature of
I have been called a 21st century renaissance man. I am an author, poet,
musician, authors’ mentor and epublishing specialist. I am also a healer and
hypnotherapist and people come to see me as a seer - or see-er.
I have a degree in electronic engineering and my first career was in
broadcast and Internet technology. It’s perhaps no surprise that I have
recently published many Kindle books and built several iPhone apps.
In my own writing, I specialise in taking the spiritually esoteric, or
unknown and hidden, and making it exoteric which is known and understood. My
strong scientific background, and desire to simplify the complex, runs through
your book ‘Flavours of Thought’ in 30 words or less.
Flavours of Thought is a book of
transformation. It lifts the lid on the workings of our minds. You will never
think of your thoughts in the same way again.
What was the hardest part of writing
I don't have any problem writing as I have developed a strong and
permanent link to my Creative Muse. To encourage this, I use many techniques
such as meditation, Mind Mapping and whole brain breathing. These are also what
I teach privately and in my workshops. For me, the hardest part of the writing
process is telling enough people about what I've written which is why I love
the tools on your site.
What books have had the greatest
influence on you?
The Cosmic Memory and How to Know the Higher Worlds by Rudolph Steiner
and Key to the Wisdom of Ages by Paul Foster Case. These books are largely
unknown yet both are ahead of their time and timeless. More recent titles I
love are The Snowgoose by Paul Gallico, TIME by Mike Dooley and The Way of the
Wizard by Deepak Chopra. I like them for their brevity and the use of allegory
which gives them their power. I try and emulate the writing style of the latter
books and apply it to explain the wisdom contained in the books like the former.
Briefly share with us what you do to
market your book?
I have a growing Facebook Fan page for Flavours of Thought and post a new
‘flought’ every day as well as other insights -
I am just launching an eLearning programme to compliment the book.
How do you spend your time when you
are not writing?
Business-wise, coaching and
mentoring other authors and showing businesses how to tap into light bulb
moments on demand.
Personally, walking my dogs in the
beautiful countryside I live in, playing guitar and spending time with my life
What are you working on next?
The sequel to Flavours of Thought is called The Cube of Karma. It is a
book to help people evolve and learn the amazing technique of reincarnation
without dying. You could see it as a software upgrade for the soul.
This ‘book’ will be available initially as a self-paced eLearning
When I finish this book, I will get back to finishing off my novel,
Soulwave. A sample of which is available on fRreado, for the iPhone and as a