I tend to travel a lot these days and have recently spent time in China, Thailand and the UK. If all goes well this year there are further plans for extended trips to Spain, Turkey, China (again) and maybe France. Essentially, I seem to have become the character in my blog - the nomadic flaneur: http://www.nomadicflaneur.blogspot.com . Much of my earlier life was spent on fire stations, initially due to my father's career as an officer in London Fire Brigade and secondly because I in my mid twenties I decided to follow him into the profession. Due to ill health I had to leave some years ago and change my focus in life. It was during this period that I started to write. I had always loved travel and had done so extensively during my brigade years but, for several years, this became something of a challenge owing to various ongoing injuries and suchlike. Of recent times these problems have improved greatly and I now find myself able to travel once more. During this time of my life there is a strong desire is to make up for lost time and spend much of my life on the road experiencing the world directly and reflecting this in my blog and my books.
Where to find G.E. McNally online
Deeper and Deeper: A Brief History of Hypnotic Trance
by G.E. McNally
This is a concise eBook which examines hypnotic trance and its development through history. To a large extent these developments were influenced by the times in which they took place and the book duly takes note of this process. We get to meet some of the most famous practitioners from Franz Anton Mesmer to Milton H. Erickson and learn along the way much about the nature of this phenomenon.
The Cambridge Vampire
by G.E. McNally
Published: January 27, 2014
to read this book is to find yourself drawn into a mesmeric world of enticement, excitement and danger. it follows the development of two vampires, one in modern day cambridge, the other from the steppes of old russia. enter this world with caution, the dark has its fascinations that may readily ensnare the unwary.
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