Hello, I'm Bernie Morris: author, poet, astrologer, editor and, for the last nine years, small publisher.
Since starting this site in 2009, Bronwyn has now published most of Bernie's books and helped several other authors. These will be listed on subsequent pages along with links to view and/or purchase.
A teenage romance, set in the 50s-60s. A profile of the 'baby boomers' generation in UK. An insight into teenage angst from anywhere in the world. A reminder of how we all once felt in the days of our youthful ignorance and innocence.
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Aberration is such a good word. The dictionary definition says it is 'a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one'. Most of my stories contain such things. These tales are fictional, and for entertainment purposes only (as all the paranormal TV programmes state), but that doesn't mean that they COULDN'T actually happen, does it? Many of the stories are based on my own theories on ghosts, the afterlife and other supernatural occurrences. Some are meant as cautionary tales against using the paranormal and occult as a plaything. This book is a follow-on from my previous book 'Mysteria - An anthology of spooky and mysterious tales'. It is meant to be enjoyed in a quiet room when you are all alone. A room where the light throws certain corners into darkness. It is in those corners that the demons and anomalies in my book dwell - there.....and in your nightmares.
Heckrington Peck and Friends - by Graham Knight (Author), Harry Whitewolf (Illustrator).
Heckerington Peck is probably the cleverest cockerel in the world and he doesn’t even crow about it. Everyone loves him.
The Strange One: A Short Prehistoric Fantasy- By Bernie Morris
It could have been like this - we don't really know. Otherwise, where did our humanity, such as it is, actually come from?
The 1963 Assassination of President Trump - by G.B. Hope
When Jack Knowles is murdered by terrorists while on holiday in Florence, he wakes in a place between "life, and what comes next." The 25-year-old Englishman is required to play a game which determines the lifespan of other people back on earth. Now known as Knowles Three, he plays alongside Bieber Twelve, Rowling Ten and Williams Five Thousand and Two. After coming to terms with his fate, Knowles Three enjoys the company of his colleagues. He and Bieber Twelve are a little bit rebellious - at one stage leaving the game area, which allows Knowles Three to have an emotional reunion with his late mother.
Never Marry a Biker - By Elizabeth M. Clarke (Foreword by David Clarke)
This book is the follow-up to Pack Your Bags and Get Out by Dave Clarke. That story told of a 3,500 mile motorcycle trip around the coast of Great Britain in 2007 in what was the wettest June on record up to that date.
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