Monday, December 24, 2012
This is a collection of three short stories and one poem on the loss of loved ones in our lives. Bridge Master and the Bridge Across Life is a short story. The Midnight Gardener is a short story. Grand Dad's Memoriam Journal is a short story. The Bridge across life is a poem. This is an original collection of short stories and a poem by Warren Brown.
This collection of poems explores a number of interesting topics from Ninjas and Shoguns, to Robin Hood, Britain's Got Talent, to poems on Nature, Elvis Presley, the Piccadilly Line and the History of London.
The Christmas Time Traveller is a short story on Time Travel during Christmas.
A collection of four Christmas stories which can inspire you to feel like it is Christmas throughout the year.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
When you are an infant, your brain is mostly in a Delta brainwave state. This is somewhat similar to what your brain is doing when you are in a deep, dreamless sleep. You are the most receptive in this state and you have literally no filters on what goes into your subconscious mind. Whatever spoken beliefs are repeated the most in front of you, or with the most intensity, are the ones you'll adopt permanently. Even when you're in the womb, you hear and are perceptive to what's going out outside and this is affecting you. Read more...
California scientists have found a way to see through another person's eyes.
Researchers from UC Berkeley were able to reconstruct YouTube videos from viewers' brain activity -- a feat that might one day offer a glimpse into our dreams, memories and even fantasies. Read more...
A novel released to celebrate books and publishing and the Book Fair.
Download Free the following Amazon Kindle books by Warren Brown on the 3 rd and 4 th June 2017. Storyteller- Kraken Dawn http:/...
All Indie Authors need to visit the PPG Publishers blog to find out the latest information on how to write, publish and sell a book. http:...
This is an interesting article which outlines all the unique visual techniques used in the TV series "Sherlock" with Benedict Cumb...