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101 Ways To Happiness 101 suggestions to make your day a happier one. Some are serious, some are downright stupid. This cheeky little book will get inside your brain and force a smile right out of your face.
Marcus Freestone Are you plagued by negative thinking, indecision and guilt? Would you like to transform your life with positive thinking skills and effective stress management and eliminate negative self-talk? Have no fear, this is not your typical self-help book. This is a collection of practical, down to earth tips and techniques gleaned from psychology and philosophy that can help you transform your thoughts and actions from failure to success. Learn how your brain actually works and the processes that control your thoughts, actions and emotions. You will learn that it is very easy to rewire your brain and gain new levels of motivation and self-confidence. Replace self-doubt and sadness with self-esteem and happiness. You will also discover that the meaning of life is no big deal after all.
Marcus Freestone 101 suggestions to make your day a happier one. Some are serious, some are downright stupid. This cheeky little book will get inside your brain and force a smile right out of your face.
Marcus Freestone The first in a series of novellas on the theme of psychological trauma and the ignorance and prejudice surrounding mental illness. Brian's depression and drinking are ruining his life, and eventually he reaches breaking point and is forced to take drastic action. Will he be able to bring his life back from the brink of disaster?
Marcus Freestone In the 23rd century it is now possible to remove a person's body entirely and attach their brain to a computer. But what is it actually like to be a brain in a jar, especially if that wasn't what you signed up for? And what happens when the world is confronted with the reality of what these people have become? This series of novellas explores the implications of post human technology.
Marcus Freestone Are you plagued by negative thinking, indecision and guilt? Would you like to transform your life with positive thinking skills and effective stress management and eliminate negative self-talk? Have no fear, this is not your typical self-help book. This is a collection of practical, down to earth tips and techniques gleaned from psychology and philosophy that can help you transform your thoughts and actions from failure to success. Learn how your brain actually works and the processes that control your thoughts, actions and emotions. You will learn that it is very easy to rewire your brain and gain new levels of motivation and self-confidence. Replace self-doubt and sadness with self-esteem and happiness. You will also discover that the meaning of life is no big deal after all. Expanding upon the free book we also look at social interaction, consciousness, alienation and that fact that we're all much freer than we think. We also take a more in depth look at the meaning of life and see how it within the power of each of us to define our own meaning and values for ourselves.
Marcus Freestone Living with depression can be a real struggle, a battle against fear, confusion, anger, self-doubt, numbness, shame and guilt. This short, practical book examines what depression is and tells you how you can fight back and gain control of your thinking and emotions. Understanding your depression is the first step towards recovery, so this book guides you through the minefield of psychological and social causes and illustrates the patterns that lead to low self-esteem, incapacitating sadness, resentment and all the other day-to-day symptoms of depression. If you suffer from depression then you know the physical and emotional toll it takes on you but don't despair, help is at hand. This book is based on my personal experience of having to come up with my own methods of combating depression because medical intervention did nothing for me. You don't need Prozac to lift your mood: this book contains tips anyone can use and none of then will cost you a single penny. Discover that going for a short walk has a better antidepressant effect on your brain than any medication, and many other pieces of practical advice to help you regain control of your life.
Marcus Freestone In 2014 a massive terrorist attack in London kills 80,000. Ten years later we join T14, the money no object, red tape defying counter terrorist organisation tasked with ensuring that this never happens again. Recruiting from the police, SAS and other agencies, T14 uses the latest technology and a no nonsense approach to fighting terrorism and related crime.
One of their agents is pulled from an undercover operation when Agent 4 goes missing. Agent 4 is a man with a computer implant in his brain that allows him to access digital information. Somebody has interfered with his implant and his memory and he ends up in America with no idea what he's been doing or how he got there. Could it be one of his own colleagues who did this to him? Either way, Arthur swears to kill whoever sabotaged his mind.
Meanwhile some foreign power is intent on infiltrating or destroying the UK's top research institutes working on brain computer technology. T14 have to cope with internal espionage, assassinations and an ever worsening political crisis in this fast-paced crime thriller which mixes international intrigue, action, mystery and futuristic technology.
Marcus Freestone Self help books can be frustrating and counterproductive, peddling the myth that all your dreams will come true if you wish hard enough. This book uses science, psychology and philosophy to examine the true nature of happiness and make practical, down to earth suggestions to improve your well being. Learn why wealth and material gain do not lead to happiness and what is going on inside your brain when your are happy or unhappy. We also cover the positive psychology movement and some encouraging tips from the less miserable philosophers.
Marcus Freestone A hundred and one totally made up facts, the perfect companion to the post-truth generation. Learn that Isaac Newton discovered gravity when he was sitting under an apple tree and an iPhone fell on his head, and that “Star Wars” was originally a story about a man who couldn't find his car keys but George Lucas was told that wasn't zeitgeisty enough so he put some robots in it. Also learn the truth about electricity, pie charts, cigarettes and space hoppers.
Marcus Freestone Book 5 in the T14 series sees Jennifer and her colleagues hunting down their missing serial killer, who has been very busy indeed during his short absence. Meanwhile the British public are rioting over power shortages and someone else has also escaped from custody, someone who only has deadly revenge on his mind.
The sequel to "Two Serial Killers, A Wedding And A Funeral" is a fast paced thriller that continues the story of the futuristic, high tech counter terrorism agency.
Marcus Freestone 11 year old Sarah almost dies during a violent gang attack in school. Aged 21 she starts a new job in an I.T. office and is confronted in the pub after work by her stalker who over the next few years becomes an increasing presence in her life and the situation quickly builds to one of nightmarish proportions. Her judo skills will keep her safe, or will they? Not only that but she and her colleagues have to cope with the world's most incompetent, insane boss and the dreariness of their stuck-in-a-rut lives. Her friends at work are also coping with religiously obsessed parents, psychotic girlfriends, and the existential void their lives have become. This is a tragi-comic novel about everyday life, random chance and making (or not making) choices.
Marcus Freestone 2025. Steve is a regular guy leading a quiet life but somebody is following him and leaving him strange notes. As events escalate, should he go to the police or deal with it himself? Counter-terrorism agency T14 have their hands even more full than usual. A new director is appointed, cyber terrorists threaten to destroy Western economies, someone is trying to make a very dirty bomb, a powerful foreign criminal takes up residence, and Jennifer has been ordered to give up coffee. Eventually, these two worlds meet in a page-turning sequel to 'The Memory Man'.
Marcus Freestone Does anyone deserve to be murdered? More than one person has to answer this question in the third book in the series about T14. It's all change at the counter-terrorism agency but some things remain the same: members of the now disbanded CIA are still wreaking havoc in the UK, various people are still trying to blow up various things, and Jennifer is still craving coffee.
That becomes the least of her problems when she stumbles upon something so repulsive that she decides to do the unthinkable and take the law into her own hands.
Marcus Freestone It's been nearly a year since the first one. The break has been more than necessary. Too many mistakes last time. It was only a test run, but still. It turns out that becoming a serial killer is more difficult than I'd expected. All these years of studying the 'greats', honing my plans, and I still almost got caught first time out. I need the magic number four to become a 'proper' serial killer and I'm getting impatient; there will not be a gap of a year between numbers two and three. I'm thinking more like days, to get the police and the media properly interested. And to get the public thinking, which is the whole point after all. I doubt many people will get it but I'm placing it on record that this is a moral crusade. I know that I'm going to be killing people but this is the only way I can think of getting the message across. Surely it's worth sacrificing a few lives to potentially save many more and change the world for the better? A small price to pay for the opportunity to create a better world for all of us. Is it immoral to kill a few rats in order to find a cure for cancer? Of course not, so how can it be immoral to take a few insignificant lives in order to cure the moral cancer that is killing the world?
Marcus Freestone The election of Donald Trump and Britain's vote to leave the European Union both followed two of the most negative, divisive campaigns in living memory. Moreover they are both symptomatic of a wider problem: nobody trusts experts anymore and truth itself is now seen as a conspiracy to keep the people down. We explore the psychology behind these disturbing new ways of thinking.
Marcus Freestone The second in a series of novellas on the theme of psychological trauma and the ignorance and prejudice surrounding mental illness. Gemma mysteriously acquires a life-changing amount of money but she is still hiding from the world and the repercussions of her childhood. Will she ever be able to break out of her isolation, and will she ever discover the truth about where the money really came from?
Marcus Freestone People think Paul is weird but is it him or his narcissistic mother who has the real problems? The third book in the series of novellas exploring themes around mental illness and psychology takes a comic look at family dynamics.
Marcus Freestone If you were given a few months to live, what would you do? What, if anything, would be worth doing? Would you just curl up in a ball and give up? Would you drink or drug yourself into a stupor? Would you rage against the unfairness of it all? Or would you write a book about your life and try to make sense of it all while you still can? What would it be like to visit your favourite places and do your favourite things for what you know is the last time? Find out in this tragi-comic journey through a life that is about to end, in the words of the person who has to live it. With social commentary, existential and psychological exploration of the human condition, and a few jokes to lighten the mood, this novel follows one man for his entire life.