Books Review

I surprisingly received reviews on several of my books in 2019 on Amazon, Goodreads, and some writer’s sites. I say surprising, because the last time I published anything new was in 2017 due to focusing on my music. I am currently working on a couple of new writing projects though.

As far as book sales and KENP reads go, the books that performed best for me in 2019 are The Wizard, The Girl and The Unicorn’s Horn, and Miedo: Living Beyond Childhood Fear although I also received reviews for my short story and poetry works: Animal Tales, and Reflections.

I am currently working on the sequel to The Wizard, The Girl and The Unicorn’s Horn which is my first instalment of several stand-alone fantasy novels in a series called, The Chronicles of Geo. I hope to have the second book completed later this year. It is for this reason, I have chosen the first book of the series to be the main focus of my site… Header, Front page, links, and the coordinating colours of the blog.

In this first instalment from The Chronicles of Geo, The Wizard, The Girl And The Unicornโ€™s Horn presents you with a childrenโ€™s fantasy the whole family will enjoy.

Prepare to be transported to the magical land of Geo where people, goblins and even trolls live in relative harmony until things are drastically changed when the evil shadow comes with his demon hordes.

Suddenly, the fate of the people along with all of Geo rests in the hands of an old wizard, a ragtag bunch of goblins, and a mysterious little girl.

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Miedo: Living Beyond Childhood Fear is my best-seller by far. It has reached the top of Amazon’s best seller list three times over the years since its publication in 2013 and has had global reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, and a good many writer’s sites worldwide. It even received recognition in a local newspaper. My second memoir, Miedo: A Reckoning With Fear concludes the Miedo story.

Miedo: Living Beyond Childhood Fear is a memoir written as a British Drama set in the historical city of hull during the mid-1960s-1980s. This is the true story of a boy who after losing his mother at a very young age, begins to experience a plethora of paranormal incidents brought about through the circumstances of living within a dysfunctional family, resulting in a childhood filled with fear.

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More about Miedo… can be discovered here: Memoirs

For my others works please visit: Short Stories & Poetry


30 thoughts on “Books Review

  1. Kevin, congratulations! It is always a lovely surprise to see new reviews appear. Good luck with your next book … it’s always exciting and slightly terrifying preparing and launching a new book!๐Ÿ˜€

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  2. Congratulations on the new reviews, Kev. I’m always pleasantly surprised when one of my older titles nets a new review.
    Wishing you much success as you move ahead with The Chronicles of Geo as well!

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  3. Thank you, Harmony. Having spent well over a year away from blogging and social media, it was important tome to go over things from my return last March. Hence the focus of my first three posts for this year. ๐Ÿ™‚

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