Short Film – Heads in the Sand

Short film highlighting the lack of pro-activity shown in the west, in the face of the Islamist threat that rears its ugly head more and more frequently.

I know a short film doesn’t solve this problem before us, but I hope that if enough of us see content such as this film, we will realize that many of us feel the same way, and with greater numbers supporting change with regards to Islam’s role in the west, the powers that be will be forced to do something to protect it’s citizens.

Please like and share where you can. Peace.

My YouTube channel –
My fiction writing is available here –


Giveaway! Win a copy of my latest release…

I’m giving away a paperback copy of “The Infidel Soldiers” to one of you lucky readers!

Just follow the link below and enter the competition on the Goodreads website – it only takes a moment, I promise.

Good luck!

Extremely England – Brand spanking new release!


Extremely England – Satirical, farcical, comical fun!

‘Extremely England’ is different to everything I have written up to this point, and is my (somewhat distorted?) current perspective on my country of birth; what it has become, the way it is run and how it is reported on by the media among other things.

When I was young, I was proud to be English and believed England was the centre of the universe! Oh, how we learn as we grow up… Please don’t get me wrong, I am not ashamed to be English, or British, but I now realise that it doesn’t matter who you are or where you are from, the chances are that you are standing right next to an idiot at this very instant.

I hope you enjoy the book , if not, get a sense of humour!

Here is the short synopsis of Extremely England…

A satirical story, ‘Extremely England’ is a naughty novella full of farcical fun! 

Bobby Saint is in line for promotion. He is widely regarded as Britain’s best policeman, as well as being good friends with Mayor Terrence Thatcher, the man to assign the job of ‘Top Copper’ to whom he believes most suitable.   But Harriet Plebb, ex-Big Brother winner and strong candidate to be the next Prime Minister, along with her power-hungry husband, Edwin, a human rights lawyer, has other ideas…

In order to win votes from a certain section of the voting public, the Plebbs blackmail the mayor into giving the job to an unknown candidate of their choice. Due to fear of humiliation and the probability of losing his wonderful wife, the mayor cannot bring himself to spill the beans to his old friend, Bobby.

After some scandalous defamation of his character, the out of favour policeman then has to rely on his hopeless journalist wife, Maggie, and her lay-about brother, Guy, to help him bring down the criminal masterminds and stop the corruption, thus claiming his rightful place at the top of Britain’s Police Force.

Contains rude and crude humour – Not for the easily offended!

‘Extremely England’ is available in Kindle format. Buy it here…

Amazon US

Amazon UK


For those who read the tabloids and choose to laugh, not cry…

The satirical story, the farcical fun, the naughty novella that is ‘Extremely England’ is getting closer and closer to the finish line!

It’s been brilliant fun working on a manuscript so different to my past projects, and almost a relief not to have to tap into the darker side of my thoughts to create the sinister and moody environments for the plot to unfold.


The mayor had been in the business long enough to have a bloody good idea as to who was forcing his hand and blackmailing him, that and the fact that Harriet had signed her name at the bottom of the page; no publicity is bad publicity and all that.

The whole tone of the narrative was carefree.

There are situations in ‘Extremely England’ that in another novel would have to be deemed serious and thoughtful, but that just wasn’t the case here, and I loved it!

As I’ve said in a previous post, the early Woody Allen films were a big motivator for me to do a project like this, and by that, I mean the throwaway remarks that didn’t add anything to the story or plot, they were just there for entertainment value, for comedy reasons and with no consequence.


‘He tried to kill the President of the United States?’ asked Bobby, finding it hard to believe. ‘What did he do?’

‘He faxed a poison letter.’

Is there a message in this book that I want readers to take home with them? Probably not, maybe to not take life so seriously all of the time.

This is a novella that provides an escape from the misery that we are told we are up to our necks in by our politicians and our national press.

This is for those who watch the news, or read the tabloids, and choose to laugh and not cry.

Extremely England – coming soon…