Award-Winning and Prize-Winning Author of Access Denied, The Wretched, The Roots of Evil, The Ghost of Clothes, Omonolidee, First Words and Unzipped: The Mind of a Madman, The Deeper Roots of Evil, UFO, along with numerous short stories, poems and articles.
“Made my skin go soggy…” – Another FIVE STAR review of Access Denied:
“I had a fleeting moment of disappointment when the comparatively happy start to the story quickly turned darker and more negative – I was beginning to think that I wanted to read more of the romance and good times before things started going wrong, but after a couple more pages, I was reminded that this was no fairytale, fictional story but a factual account of real people’s lives. I was very quickly gripped by the events that were unfolding – so much so that I was forced to put the book down only because my bath water was getting cold and my skin was going wrinkly. It inspired me to take more baths just so that I could continue reading. And even when you put the book down, you don’t forget what you’ve just read because your mind is trying to make sense of how government departments can be so incompetent and cause so much unnecessary anguish and heartache for people. My heart goes out to David and hope that the future will bring a long-awaited happy end to his story.”
“I just finished reading this book a few days ago and as this is the first one I felt the need to review, I just wanted to say that it is nicely written and it is a book that every woman has to read it and lots of men will relate to it. David has been looking after his little girl as her Dad, since birth and for so many years him and his daughter have shared valuable moments of their lives. Despite the fact that the couple has been separated as soon as the baby was born, David has continue to support and love his little daughter and he still does it to the present day and time. David had the wright to know the truth but this has not changed any of his feelings for this little girl. Very moving poem at the end of the book, the most beautiful words have ever been said from a Dad to his beloved Daughter.
I wish things will work better for David and he will be reunited with his daughter for the fact that both are missing this valuable relationship and this girl is missing her dad, the only dad she ever had from her birth.”