Embracing Your Inner Critic

Embracing Your Inner Critic

by Jon Biddle Okay, so where do I start? There’s so much in this book that covers one subject – the inner critic. How the inner critic works, why it does what it does and how you can remedy the calamitous effects the inner critic leaves in its wake. Its...
Transcendence

Transcendence

by Jon Biddle There’re questions we as humans constantly ask? One of which is where are we from? What drives us as humans? Why are we so different from our primate counterparts in the animal kingdom? Why is the infant in a troupe of chimpanzee’s shorter than the...
Their Darkest Hour

Their Darkest Hour

by Jon Biddle What would you do? Is the question I ask myself when I read historical books, on early twentieth century politics and military history. How would I behave under the spotlight of tyranny, fascism, an invading army? From the comforts of your secure home,...
the killer inside

the killer inside

by Jon Biddle A classic. A book I read thirty years ago. It flashed across my feed a few days ago and this killer novel of the height of the pump fiction novel genre is a little dated in the vernacular however the plot doesn’t disappoint. Written confusingly for me in...
Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

review by Jon Biddle                               So, I love the Giles Milton for a number of reasons. The first, because of the historical research that has been done to complete the book, is just phenomenal. Second, Milton mixes humour into factual fiction in a...
Trump – Too Much and Never Enough

Trump – Too Much and Never Enough

by Jon Biddle So this book isn’t what I thought. Now I know that I could address the political prowess of Trump, but I wont, I’m neither an American nor intelligent enough to understand the machinations of Trump’s presidency, however, from bitter experience as a...