An Alternative Christmas Carol by Robert Cubitt -See full details or FREE from your local Amazon website.
When Charles Dickens wrote his morality tale, A Christmas Carol, he couldn’t know about the banking crisis, fat cat bankers with six figure bonuses or the selling off of state owned assets at knock down prices, so I’ve had to take his story of misanthropy and redemption and update it a little bit.
A short (just over 7,000 words) and excruciatingly funny 'history' of the game of cricket... "Let’s get to grips with the modern game, the game I call Sticks and Twigs. Now, I know what a football is, and I know it’s the name of a game, but what is a cricket? Tis neither bat nor ball nor stump - is it?"
Neil Walton survived a protracted clinical depressive phase, only to be diagnosed with type II bipolar disorder. An occupational therapist referred him to a local editorial team and writing ensued... His observational humour (and a life full of much craziness with the occasional added dash of extremely strange) has given birth to 'A Section for Laughing'.
Golf, a nice walk spoiled by chasing a little white ball. This heavily illustrated, side splitting, often sexually suggestive humour book will leave you with top ten lists, quizzes, jokes, lot and lots of cartoons, and a totally new perspective on the “game of kings” who are looking to find their lost balls.
We all have a story. This is our story. A delightful, humorous, yet occasionally dispirited comparative of then and now that explores life after a devastating loss of income – and our home. Witness ‘Providence in Action’ as my wife, Cynthia, and I traverse the roads to acceptance and peace . . . and unravel the significance contained in the nine profound words to weather a foreclosure.