Poems and Other Things by Trevor J. Farrell
Trevor Farrell started writing when he was a young man. In the 1960s, he was particularly aware of conditions in the Pottery Industry and wrote about issues of automation and unemployment. He is a keen supporter of Stoke City FC and watches most matches. Recently, he was featured by Jodie Stuart on BBC Radio Stoke's breakfast programme as the Potteries' Poet! So, to all aficionados of local culture, we recommend this book, showcasing the Potteries dialect and a wealth of life experiences accumulated into this wonderful poetry collection.
Thoughts and Prayers by Ian Gregory
Ian Gregory’s Thoughts and Prayers looks at how prayers, and the power of prayer, has the ability to offer comfort and positive energy during the most difficult and upsetting times in peoples lives.Thoughts and Prayers hopes to help many people, especially those who are not religious, identify with the immense wave of public sympathy for all who are devastated by the things that happen. In Thoughts and Prayers Ian wanted to challenge peoples perception of religion, prayer and even science, with Ian outlining numerous prayers for family members and friends, as well as prayers for paramedics, pets and even robots.
Verses by the Guided Hand of Spirit by Edna Fynn
Edna's compilation of spiritual poetry explores a cosmos of otherworldly contact. Having never written poetry before Edna was amazed when, one night, she was compelled to write and she has carried on to do so.
A Nation of a Lesser God by Dr Watwood
£12.00 Hardback version
Dr Watwood is writing from the perspective of a General Practitioner and gives a controversial examination of the Old Testament questioning how a loving God can be so cruel and uses examples from the Open Bible New King James Version to make his point