In Memory of Liberty -Part 2: Ukraine

Five years ago, Ukraine was a country on the brink of losing its hard won independence, due to the treachery of its President. The corrupt political class that controlled the government quickly reversed decades of progressive political reforms in two years time. Bad habits of government officials, learned during seventy years of communism, proved harder … More In Memory of Liberty -Part 2: Ukraine

Second National Award for The Deceit of Riches

We were astounded and thrilled last night to learn that The Deceit of Riches had won another national award, this time from the National Indie Excellence Awards, under the topic of ‘Faction’: (Think: Historical Fiction). You can see the book posted among the winners HERE. We are extremely grateful to all our contributors and supporters for helping us gain this kind of recognition. The award also goes to you! … More Second National Award for The Deceit of Riches

New National Acclaim for The Deceit of Riches

I am pleased to announce that my debut novel, The Deceit of Riches, has been awarded the status of Finalist in the category of General Fiction/Novels (over 80,000 words) by the Next Generation Indie Book Awards! Five finalists were named, along with one winner in each category for this national award in the USA. The … More New National Acclaim for The Deceit of Riches

For Cultural Understanding: A Different Concept of Space

The Netherlands is home to some seventeen million people, and is one of the most densely populated countries in Europe.  To add to that, Dutch people are statistically the tallest in the world, so the result is a lot of big people living very closely together. Not a square meter of this scarce, valuable land is ever wasted. … More For Cultural Understanding: A Different Concept of Space