The Hesiad II: The Heresies

The second book in The Hesiad Trilogy is already published. I have several copies which I will be gifting or sending out to friends and fans.

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The book is available at all major booksellers in store and online.

Pegasus

Barnes & Noble

Booktopia

Foyles

Waterstones

Bookus

Amazon UK    –    Amazon US

The Hesiad (Part I)

This book is a very long journey that started over 20 years ago. Then I had to start it again, then again a few years ago. Eventually I managed to put it together last year from pieces, notes and miscellaneous writings. It was a tough process, but the book or part I of the trilogy is published now.

I still don’t know what all the controversy that surrounded the time before the publication is based on.

From the press release:

‘Rich, powerful and lyrical verse inspired by the mythical origins of the gods of Egypt. The book traces the return of the ancient Egyptian god, Horus, in human form after an ancient battle and how he navigates his way through contemporary life through a series of incarnations. This is the first book in a trilogy.’

Available online at most book stores.

Pegasus

Barnes & Noble

Booktopia

Foyles

Waterstones

Bookus

Amazon UK    –  Amazon US

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Top 1% in Academia Worldwide Ranking

The electronic version of my paper ‘Adam Bede: An Ancient Egyptian Book of Genesis’ has gone viral and I am now in the top 1% of academic worldwide author ranking according to Academia author ranking! The paper is out in print in the next few weeks with MUP. The other paper, ‘A Brief Discussion of the Influence of the Arabian Nights on British Politics in the Late Nineteenth Century’, which went live at the same time and is due for publication next year is in the top 3%.

Big thank you to everyone who helped with this achievement!

 

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Doctorate Awarded

I don’t usually add pieces here on things that I tend to slot in the personal category but this month is probably the busiest and the best I’ve had in a few years. I have been awarded the doctorate with minor corrections and have been hired by the University of Leeds as a Teaching Fellow in Drama and Postcolonial Literature. In the mean time cheers to January, let’s keep on rolling!