“Tomorrows’ Tides” is published at Amazon Kindle Store

“Tomorrows’ Tides” – the new book coming in at 85,000 words. Thank you. You all made constructive comments about “Tomorrows’ Winds”which I have tried to respond to, so now we have “Tomorrows’ Tides.” Previously you said: Very imaginative and stimulating, it’s a damned good read. I couldn’t put it down.” […]

An auspicious start leading to momentous happenings

“Tomorrows’ Winds”. No excuse now. Currently in the Best seller List at 5,657th! Tomorrows’ Winds is now available on-line for only 99p plus Vat. Readers comments: “Very imaginative and stimulating, it’s a damned good read. I couldn’t put it down.” “That was great, when will the next be available?” […]

Goppo’s rhyme and frosts for health and safety

Goppo’s rhyme and frosts for health and safetySo,Health and Safety here we go Quite a comic tale of woe Playing conkers?can’t do that Save one wears a stiff hard hat Rolling cheeses is tradition Fill in forms and beg permission Coastguards’ flares have now been banned Torches must light up the sand Acorns falling from […]

Published “Tomorrow’s Winds”, available as Print on Demand or ebook

Published “Tomorrow’s Winds,” available as Print on Demand or ebook. It was an amazing experience writing it, amending it, editing it and finally publishing it. I actually enjoyed the whole process, even if I did find it frustrating at times. It runs to only 100 or so pages (This compares […]

“Tomorrows’ Winds” is published and available on Amazon

Bring back the “Penny Dreadfuls”. I think that the Kindle Singles are the modern equivalent of the Penny Dreadful. So I would be proud to follow Charles Dickens lead and publish my books in monthly episodes as he did. My first books “Power and Peace” and “the Englishman’s Life” have been […]

Power and Peace, now published on Amazon Kindle

Power & Peace, the original work on which the Tomorrows’ fiction books are based. How do we get better than we are? WE – whether in Brighton, in Britain, in the ‘West’ or in the World. How can we go about the process of getting better. […]

The Englishman’s Life, now on Kindle.

The Englishman’s Life (18,924 words.) by Cliff Jenkins. My perception of the world, presented in popular poetry and prose; fun and frolics; pain and pleasure; sadness and sunshine; with a touch of realism. It’s the story of one Englishman, who suddenly sat back and said […]

“Borneo Bulletin”, an extract, a view from the Far East.

Borneo Bulletin, 24th March 2010, a view from the Far East. An English Language newspaper published half way round the world, half a world away. You immediately notice that there are numerous words added to the English Language because they are needed for this area. You notice that the quality of the English used is not the same as the Daily Telegraph or as good as The Straits Times (published in Singapore.) Unusually, and wholly correctly, Muslim names are quoted in full and this […]