This superbly researched and beautifully told fictional memoir is about love, art, and Chinese history and politics."This is the book I struggled not to write. I buried the pain along with my Chinese name and changed my fate."Brushstrokes in Time is a fictional memoir by Chinese artist, Little Winter, who tries to re-establish the bond with her American daughter, telling the story of her emoti... read more
Wefan is leaking from the world, and the blood-priests of the oppressive god Murak rise again to bring war to the lands of Dumnon. They search for those with Wealdan in their blood, for this gives them power. Power to twist, to alter and control, and ultimately to gain yet more power. In horrifying blood-rites practised on both humans and creatures, they gorge on the blood of innocents, destro... read more
War spreads further into Dumnon despite the coming of winter, and even more Murecken priests are on the hunt for those with power in their blood.Coryn now trains young warriors in Storr Haven in the use of magic, but he still searches for Katleya, the woman he lost.Two young Londoners, Evie and Alan, are flung through a Portal into Dumnon. They must learn to fight and survive in an alien world... read more
With the possiblity looming that the referendum might get passed and he'll lose easy access to his German partner and Germany, British stage director Tim Luscombe must get a German passport. To apply he must first pass his German language test. To do that, he must first learn German. It goes badly. An ode to a potential union, a lament for lost citizenship and a celebration of life, Tim Luscom... read more
A Very Important Teapot is a comedy thriller revolving around the hunt for a lost cache of Nazi diamonds in Australia.Dawson’s life is going nowhere. Out of work and nearly out of money, he is forlornly pursuing the love of Rachel Whyte. But Rachel is engaged to Pat Bootle, an apparently successful local solicitor who has appeared from nowhere.Then, out of the blue, Dawson receives a job offer... read more
Praised by BBC Russia Correspondant Lucy Ash who said, "Elegaic, evocative and disarmingly candid." Paul Binding, cultural critical and author, called it, "A triumphant of art as well as of observation." Zinovy Zinik, celebrated Russian author and BBC critic, said, "This fascinating autographical travelogue is an unblinking self-analysis."Black Tea is a book about Russia that starts in London ... read more
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