All Books - Alphabetically
Politics and Humanity in American Film
Collects together the published essays of Stephen Lee Naish, into a narrative that explores the political and humanistic elements of modern cinema.
Beyond the Cutting Edge of Science
The impossible happens - but can science explain it?
An Assessment of the Conditions of the Present
A detailed look into the economic and political conditions of our present moment from a Marxist perspective.
The history of the Jarvis Cocker’s 1990s Britpop band, Pulp,through sex, pop, class war and Sheffield.
Awakening Authentic Joy: an integral guide to uncovering concealed conditioning
The Uncommon Path is a compelling guide to an awakened and purposeful life. By simply realigning your existing values you can consciously choose the natural state of clarity and authentic joy.
She's in love with a boy from the wrong side of town...
This book is about an important sub-genre: the sixty Western films set in post World War II.
Sleepy seaside Seafordby is hiding dark secrets. Can Will uncover the truth before it's too late for him and his love?
Conflicts and Ambivalence in Intergenerational relationships
Two clinicians draw from clinical experiences and literature to reveal new insights about the unheard voice of the elderly parent.
(Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Machine)
The Subject itself is the Subject of the Machine.
A Magical Walk with the Goddess of Sound
Wrenne meets a Goddess who shares secrets and profound wisdom about the power of sound, words, and voice to heal and transform ourselves and our world. This is a work of truth disguised as fiction and a work of fiction masquerading as truth.
a 21-day sensory workout for writers
21 days to creative freedom.
Anarchist Tendencies in English Literature
A unique exploration of how anarchist philosophy and practice has inspired some of the English language's most revered, and reviled, authors.
Tools For Creating Your Best Life
Unmasking Your Future reveals the necessity of clearing out your past negativity in order to create and obtain your desires.
The Second World War was not the Good War of legend. James Heartfield explains that both Allies and Axis powers fought for the same goals - territory, markets and natural resources.
Disrobing the Emperor
Kevin Annett's story is a David/Goliath epic of one man's fight against the establishment of church and state in support of a subjugated people.
brings strength and comfort to the bereaved and guidance to counsellors. Hayward uses her own experience to draw on mediumistic evidence of the survival of spirit after death.
Hold on to your credit card and man-meat, if you dare to pay the unusually hot price of erotic pleasure.
A must-read for anyone weary of chasing success and happiness - one woman's inspirational journey swapping the uphill slog for the downhill slope.
How Christian Faith Can Be Intelligent
How Atheists rely on urban myths about religion to buttress their case against God.