PROFILE.

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Welcome to my Blog, or as detractors might say, ‘You’re welcome to it’!

I started this Blog to help explain and maybe give a different perspective to various things described in books and the web about science and holy scriptures. The intention is to combine science and religion. In the words of The Big Bang Theory theme tune, ‘Maths, science, history, unravelling the mystery that all started with a big bang’ (allegedly).

Posts will hopefully be on a fortnightly basis depending on what happens to catch my eye or flashes through what is whimsically called my mind. So, don’t be surprised to see posts about current topics either.

I am a keen astronomer, historian, photographer and writer and have broadcast on BBC Radio.

Also, I am interested in the history of a Roman Centurion called Marcus Favonius Facilis whose tombstone statue appears in Colchester Museum. In fact two of my novels feature something about him although in different periods of history; The First Gift and An Element Of Time (formerly called The Time Element). Both titles are out now in the Amazon Kindle  and Paperback books section and can also be found on Smashwords.com which is a great site for buying any type of ebook, whether Kindle, iBook, Kobo etc.

Please visit  here for a direct link to Amazon and An Element Of Time. It is a gripping Victorian supernatural adventure with a new twist on the Grail legends. ‘Conan Doyle meets Dan Brown’, said one reviewer.

Or, please visit Smashwords here

Or for The First Gift visit Amazon here

Coincidentally, An Element Of Time was also the title of my first book of poetry published many years ago. I am now including various poems from that book as a free addendum to this Blog.  To paraphrase Neil Innes, I’ve had to suffer for my writing; now it’s your turn!

As you will gather I am fascinated by the concept of Time and how the past, present and future correlate.

If you find this Blog interesting and would like to follow  my posts, please insert your email address in the box near the top right and click on the ‘Subscribe’ link. It’s free and you will not receive lots of spam or emails, just automatic notification when a new article is posted. Also, I intend to be giving away free copies or reduced prices of my books to email subscribers as soon as I can set it up.

Previous posts can be found in the archive column on the right. Click on the month and choose anything that takes your fancy. There are many varied articles.

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Please feel free to leave comments or feedback.

K.L. Freeman

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