Heaven: Lost and Found

In biblical times people imagined Heaven was up in the clouds. That is hardly convincing today, so have we ‘lost’ Heaven in the 21st century? This eBook shows that need not the case and we can ‘find’ Heaven as a scientifically viable world just as tangible as ours. This is a free taster of parent work ‘Reality Check: Science Meets Religion’, but focuses on just one topic. More
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About Ian Kingsley

I wanted to write from a very young age, and fiction was always the aim. But non-fiction came first: articles, and my first technical work, were published before I left school.

I began work in research and development in the field of semiconductor research, where I developed a keen interest in technology. I then became a chartered engineer and designed electronic equipment for the disabled. The next step was to combine my interests by becoming a technical author and then a technical publications manager: a role I had for many years. During this part of my career I published a number of technical books under a different name. After that, I finally got around to publishing fiction.

My debut novel, a psychological thriller called ‘Sandman’, was published in 2010, followed by my non-fiction work ‘Reality Check: Science Meets Religion’, in 2011. The latter stemmed from a desire to ratify apparent differences between science and religion. Then back to contemporary fiction, with 'Flying a Kite' in 2013, using underlying ideas connected with man's desire to know the so-called "meaning of life" - but with a thriller twist! My latest novel, a mystery thriller called 'The Grave Concerns of Jennifer Lloyd', was published in 2016.

My author website, iankingsley.com, contains further information about all these works, together with a collation of book reviews.

Would you like a free eBook or pdf copy of one of my books in return for a 28 day promise to review? If so, check out the following page on my website: http://www.iankingsley.com/books/jennifer-lloyd/review-copy-requests.php

You can contact me via the email address given on my website or join 35,000+ of my followers on Twitter where I tweet daily as @authorkingsley. It would be great to meet you there. (Hint: That's where I sometimes offer Smashwords discount coupons!)

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