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A Poor Choice of Kindle

Posted by twineaglespublishing on November 1, 2013 at 5:10 PM Comments comments (10)

Lucy Dunmore's second book, A Poor Choice of Enemies, is now available on Kindle and iBooks (and all of the other eReaders). Only $2.99, so now you have no excuses.

Twin Eagles on Facebook

Posted by twineaglespublishing on October 17, 2012 at 6:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Twin Eagles Publishing now has a Facebook page!

If you are interested in entering a dialogue with me or just want to stay connected go to Facebook and look for Twin Eagles Publishing.

Pictures of Angels and Facebook

Posted by twineaglespublishing on October 3, 2012 at 6:05 PM Comments comments (0)

The next book I am publishing is called Pictures of Angels by Lucy Dunmore. It's an occult thriller and a darn good read. I couldn't put it down, neither could my wife. Won't be long now, just finalizing the cover and nuking the odd recalcitrant typo ...

Oh, and by the way, Twin Eagles is now on Facebook. I think you'll be able to find it by going to Facebook and typing in Twin Eagles Publishing.

Trapped in Tunisia

Posted by twineaglespublishing on August 31, 2012 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (0)

I'm a terrible blogster, but I've got to tell you about Trapped in Tunisia. The book is written in two parts with part 1 being a series of true stories from the second world war and part 2 beeing a series of fictional stories based in a mythical Jackass Creek, somewhere in the British Columbia wilderness.

If you would like to know who survived the crash, how he escaped and the secret of the red handle you need to buy John Robertson's new book.

Go to BOOKS FOR SALE for more information.

Halfmoon Rising

Posted by twineaglespublishing on March 29, 2012 at 11:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Getting published is never easy, getting an anthology published is even harder since it involves multiple authors each working on an indivisual time line that may or may not conveniently cooincide with the others.

Nevertheless, Halfmoon Rising was a pleasure for me to publish and I am pleased to say that it contains some real gems.

It is available from with a search inside feature if you want to sample the wares before buying.

Or you can go to:

The antidote to fear

Posted by twineaglespublishing on April 17, 2011 at 8:20 PM Comments comments (0)

If you, like me are getting a bit fed up with the continual ranting, raving and generally puffed up posturing of our so-called elected officials, here is something from a previous Python that might cheer you up a little.


The French government announced yesterday that it has raised its terror

alert level from "Run" to "Hide." The only two higher levels in France

are "Collaborate" and "Surrender." The rise was precipitated by a

recent fire that destroyed France 's white flag factory, effectively

paralyzing the country's military capability.


The English are feeling the pinch in relation to recent events in Libya

and have therefore raised their security level from "Miffed" to

"Peeved." Soon, though, security levels may be raised yet again to

"Irritated" or even "A Bit Cross." The English have not been "A Bit

Cross" since the blitz in 1940 when tea supplies nearly ran out.

Terrorists have been re-categorized from "Tiresome" to "A Bloody

Nuisance." The last time the British issued a "Bloody Nuisance" warning

level was in 1588, when threatened by the Spanish Armada.

The Scots have raised their threat level from "Pissed Off" to "Let's

get the Bastards." They don't have any other levels. This is the reason

they have been used on the front line of the British army for the last

300 years.


Italy has increased the alert level from "Shout Loudly and Excitedly"

to "Elaborate Military Posturing." Two more levels remain: "Ineffective

Combat Operations" and "Change Sides."


The Germans have increased their alert state from "Disdainful

Arrogance" to "Dress in Uniform and Sing Marching Songs." They also

have two higher levels: "Invade a Neighbour" and "Lose."


Belgians, on the other hand, are all on holiday as usual; the only

threat they are worried about is NATO pulling out of Brussels ..

The Spanish are all excited to see their new submarines ready to

deploy. These beautifully designed subs have glass bottoms so the new

Spanish navy can get a really good look at the old Spanish navy.


Australia, meanwhile, has raised its security level from "No worries"

to "She'll be alright, Mate." Two more escalation levels remain:

"Crikey! I think we'll need to cancel the barbie this weekend!" and

"The barbie is cancelled." So far no situation has ever warranted use of

the final escalation level.


-- John Cleese - British writer, actor and tall person

Highways of the Mind

Posted by twineaglespublishing on April 14, 2011 at 5:01 PM Comments comments (0)

Highways of the Mind, republished by Twin Eagles, is now available from this location:

Originally published in 1987, this is one of Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki's most important books and compliments books like The Shining Paths very well.

Pathworking is a term given to a specific kind of guided visualization exercise in which the mind is projected into a series of situations and landscapes that can be viewed on a mental screen.

Tracing them from earliest cave paintings, through the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Bardic tradition and the story tellers of Ireland, she shows pathworkings to be part of a much greater structure in the make-up of man, pertaining to his hopes and dreams and his ability to make those dreams come true. Used with purpose and by trained minds, the pathworking becomes a series of controlled thought patterns -- and thought is the basis of creation. 

If you don't have it in your library, get it today.

Sex and Light

Posted by twineaglespublishing on January 18, 2011 at 6:54 PM Comments comments (0)

Sex and Light is now available from or from this link:" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">

It's a great read, funny, sexy and informative. A journey of the heart. An instant collectors item!

Sex & Light

Posted by twineaglespublishing on November 24, 2010 at 12:59 AM Comments comments (0)

Announcing a new book by Alan Richardson:

Sex and Light; How to Google your way to Godhood.

Sex and Light is a rude and uproarious account of one man’s efforts to awaken the dreaded powers of the kundalini and remain reasonably sane. Written in a fast-flowing and compelling style. from his own typically unexpected perspective. Alan Richardson has created a new genre of black comic New Age Humour. Here is everything you need to know about raising the kundalini from the safety of your laptop, and igniting the Serpent Fires of love and wisdom. Light-hearted, analytic but hopeful. it shows us that spirituality - real spirituality - doesn’t have to be po-faced and pompous.

I'm just waiting for the proof copy from the printer - if everything is tickety-boo, the book will be available from within the next couple of weeks.


Posted by twineaglespublishing on August 30, 2010 at 4:54 PM Comments comments (1)

After some serious consideration I finally decided to buy a Kindle instead of an iPad.


Because all I wanted was something to read on, I didn't need all the other functions that come with the iPad (I've got three Macs in my home already). 

And you know what - I like the Kindle! I bought the big one, the Kindle DX because I did not want to be squinting at a little screen, so I am very happy with the almost 6 x 9 inch screen (about the size of a paperback).

The other thing that is great about the Kindle is that connection to the Amazon Kindle store is included in the one time price. If I had an iPad I would have to buy a wireless telephone contract with monthly payments.

And ... drum roll ... I have just managed to convert The Singing Stones into Kindle format, so now you can purchase Dolores' first fiction novel for half the price of the paperback. And you can get it now without any shipping costs in North America or the UK. 

Converting into Kindle means making an html file of the book so that it can text wrap and allow the formatting to be somewhat fluid. It takes away from the over all look of the book but the substance is there and I have a hunch that this will improve over time as more people start using the Kindle or something like it.