‘The Mystery of Granny’s Ghost’

A True Paranormal Romantic History Mystery Adventure Across 5 Countries

$17.75

238 pages, illustrated

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I have a true story to tell. When the files to a real mystery landed in my lap – at a time when my life had crashed and burned – everything went crazy. From a lonely old caravan parked by the roadside in the Aussie bush I was on a plane to New York. While chasing clues to the mystery I was living the life of a movie star, first in a romantic affair with a beautiful school teacher from New Jersey. What about the ghost, you ask. All that too as, after 6 months, I was off from NYC to Regency England and, later, to northern Italy living the romantic dream with an Italian nurse. “It’s got everything it needs to be a blockbuster,” says the Judge, Writer’s Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards. “Keeping the reader oriented-and engaged-in a story with twists and turns like this is no small feat.”

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‘What They Didn’t Tell Us About Life’

50 things they didn’t tell us about life – unorthodox ideas for a better life and a better world

$10.95

134 pages, illustrated

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This is an inspirational book covering a wide range of topics with what advice I can offer after graduating from the School of Hard Knocks. Packed with often shocking life truths – in many cases drawn from the wisdom of Socrates, Gandhi, Walt Disney, George Lucas, Buddha, Gurdjieff, Benjamin Franklin, Lao Tzu and others, plus what I’ve learned personally from an eventful life, this is a compact – and often controversial – exploration of how to safely negotiate the minefield of life. ORDER YOUR COPY HERE.

Neil
isthisyourlife.com
you-actually.com

‘Fairy Hills: A Memoir’ (growing up long ago)

$8.95

48 pages, illustrated

A small book in which I recall memories from my childhood, of growing up in an idyllic suburban wilderness in Melbourne known as Fairy Hills. Young people may find it strange to read about a childhood where there were no mobile phones, in fact, no home phones, where services were delivered by horse drawn vehicles, of life with fridges, washing machines or television.

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Neil
isthisyourlife.com
you-actually.com