I, Paranormal

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There are so many short essays on the Paranormal here, it's phenomenal! I have a simple approach. Taking an initial sceptical stance, I see what's left; and from there I build a new Theory of Everything where the Paranormal becomes essential to us and the universe. So if you like my words, I'm behind you. Spooky.
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About Anthony North

Storyteller, Poet, Thinker.
1955 (Yorkshire, England) – I am born (Damn! Already been done). ‘Twas the best of times … (Oh well).
I was actually born in the year of Einstein's death, close to Scrooge's Counting House. It doesn't mean anything but it sounds good.
And also into a family of newsagents. At 18 I did a Dick Whittington and went off to London, only to return to pretend to be Charlie and work in a chocolate factory.
When I was ten I was asked what I wanted to be. I said soldier, writer and Dad. I never thought of it for years – having too much fun, such as a time as lead guitarist in a local rock band – but I served nine years in the RAF, got married and had seven kids. I realized my words had been precognitive when, at age 27, I came down with M.E. – a condition I’ve suffered ever since – and turned my attention to writing.
My essays are based on Patternology, or P-ology, a thought process I devised to work as a bedfellow to specialisation. Holistic, it seeks out patterns the specialist may have missed. The subject is not about truth, but ideas, and covers everything from politics to the paranormal.
I also specialise in Flash Fiction in all genres, most under 600 words, but also Mini Novels - 1500 word tales so full they think they're bigger.

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Review by: David Howells on April 19, 2013 :
This was such a change from his delightful murder related collage, though you can see Anthony's breadth of awareness and appreciation of variation in both. I agree with the other evaluation where references might have been nice, but don't feel it as necessary as that was not the scope the author chose to present...for free, by the way. This was not a light and easy read, but it was most thought provoking.
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Review by: BeanPods Press, LLC on Sep. 19, 2012 :
To be sure, have many interesting views on these topics. But, I would've like to see more in the way of citing sources: The studies mentioned in your book and research already done on these topics are but two. Overall, I consider these great topics of discussion. Great idea.
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