Ben Nuttall-Smith taught Music, Theatre, Art, and Language until he retired in 1991. He now lives in Crescent Beach, near Vancouver B.C., where he writes, paints, makes music, and travels with his best friend and soulmate.
An active member of the Writers Union of Canada, the Canadian Authors' Association, the Federation of British Columbia Writers, and the Canadian Poetry Association, Ben has published three books of poetry Word Painting, Splashes of Light and Scribbles from Afar and an illustrated children's story Henry Hamster Esquire. His first novel Blood, Feathers and Holy Men was published by Libros Libertad in January, 2011.
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Secrets Kept / Secrets Told
Secrets Kept / Secrets Told, Paddy's story of Personal Growth, relates a journey of healing, showing that anyone can heal from abuse and PTSD, giving readers insight and hope.
Blood, Feathers & Holy Men
Blood, Feathers and Holy Men is a search for spiritual truth. It also tells a fascinating and sometimes violent
tale of Quétzalcoatl – the same mythical Mexican deity who, 500 years later, would convince Montezuma
that the marauding Spanish conquistador, Cortés, was the god Quétzalcoatl returned as promised.
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