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What If? 

A humorous nonsense rhyming picture book. ‘What if?’ questions just that’ . What if things were not as they first seem what if our dreams are real and the things we fear are actually blessings etc… It is easier to react in a negative way because the brain is more alert to danger and so the ‘what if? questions in our lives can often  become the worst scenarios in our minds. This book aims to encourage the reader to open up the imagination and to use ‘what if’ in an alternative, positive and appealing way. It also reminds us the world is full of possibilities and exactly how magical the mind can be..

So What If?

​The sequel to ‘What if?’ , ‘So What if? is the perfect book for those who question the way they look. It aids readers  to become the master of their so called’ imperfections and see them in a positive light.   This is an ideal book for those with low self esteem particularly teens.


What If? Christmas Edition

​The 3rd Book In the series ‘What if?’  Taking a look at Christmas from an alternative viewpoint.



Smiley cat

A nonsensical humorous book for both adults and children.

Me Myself And I Workbook Journal

This is a 7 day journal and workbook to help prioritise goals and realise what what will bring overall fulfillment. This book provides the tools to bring back the present self, re-evaluate life and reunite with the soul’s desire. Why do so many of our hopes and dreams get forgotten? Is it because there are more important things to do? Or is it that we just get caught up in what we should, rather than what we could? It is easy to fall into negative patterns where we become so overburdened by the stresses of everyday life that we lose our sense of worth and self-belief. Writing down what is on our mind is a positive way to process what is causing us inner conflict and enhances our self-knowledge. This book can become a valuable insight into the thought process and emotional life, as well as a journey of self-discovery toward inner truth and trust. Increasing the personal commitment to ourselves and learning to place a higher value on our time and energy will lead to receiving more love from others. By completing this journal, you can begin to understand that ‘opening up to receive’ is as good as ‘giving back’ and this will bring greater abundance into your life. Throughout your journey, you will be able to watch your horizons expand, productivity intensify and give yourself the opportunity to explore new dreams and goals as well as offering space for exploring further possibilities. By recording your ideas and desires in writing you will be giving yourself the first step to making them a reality. You will also have a clear record of your intentions which you can return to later, re-affirming and increasing the chance of success. This journal will help you stay motivated and reduce the chance of falling back into negative patterns or self-limiting beliefs, as when you look back at your past acknowledgements and how you have dealt with challenges or gained from painful experiences you will feel more confident in your future abilities. For seven days, you will need to complete the morning section on waking and the evening section just before you go to bed. By writing the journal first thing each morning it will clear your head in preparation for the day’s most important thinking and, by completing the evening section, you will find it easier to settle your mind for a good night’s sleep. There is an explanation of each section in Chapter 2 and daily worksheets to fill in for seven days. Once you start putting things on paper you will find it less easy to stop. You will then find that many of your listed priorities are general tasks that need to be done on a daily or weekly basis and that you can use the lists for future reference for when you need to ‘plan ahead’ and delegate. ‘It is never too late to start over and your journey can start today.’