John worked with the distinguished documentary producer Jonathan Stedall to create a video interview. The extract here explains his interest in Russian history, which goes back to his earliest years, and his concern for the country and its people.
His first two books, Stranger on the Shore and This Life of Grace, are inspired by his experience of living with Huntington’s Disease from which his Father died after suffering from it for twenty five years. The video extract here describes how he came to know he should write these books and why.
He explains more about this topic in his video blog post Huntington’s Disease Awareness Week.
In 2019 John is bringing out a new book which combines the stories of his parents, Love is His Meaning: Two lives, one marriage. Read more about it here.
John’s fourth book, The Devil’s Dance, an adventure story, deals with eternal themes of friendship and enmity, faithfulness and betrayal, cruelty and kindness, bullying and self-sacrifice, and living in a one-parent family. It appeals to adults and teenagers alike.
John grew up in a loving, unassuming family in Devon, who gave him a wonderful education there and at Oxford. He is a historian and works as an executive and life coach with people usually in top, isolated jobs, in all manner of businesses and predicaments.
Click on the cover images below to see John’s book pages, find out more about each of them, and purchase them direct from the publisher.