Gerald Freeman


I am English, but I have been living and working in Portugal for 20 years. I am married, and we have 2 dogs (at the moment). I express myself through sculpture, and through my writing. I began writing articles a few years ago, but have since focused on full length novels. I enjoy writing about life, and the experiences and interesting characters we meet along the way.

Smashwords Interview

What are your five favorite books, and why?
My first favorite, when I was a young boy was a huge book full of Hand Christian Anderson tales, together with Alice In Wonderland, this was my playground. Then came Johnathon Livingstone Seagull, which changed my life forever, and actually, helped me become me. Then came The Finding of The Third Eye, and my quest to find Raphael began. Most recently, The Kite Boy, rocked my world and spoke to me on a number of levels.
Describe your desk
This is a bit like showing your dirty washing to everyone. Right now, I have cigarette ash overflowing from the ashtray onto the keyboard, and I know my wife is mad. I have scraps of paper littered around me and post its on the computer screen. An empty glass.
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Where to find Gerald Freeman online


Get A Life
A turbulent, often joyous ride through life. This is an on-going collection of memoirs I am writing, which show the enormity of Life and they will hopefully inspire people to go out and find their dreams.

Kill Daddy

Price: $2.99 USD.


Kill Daddy
Series: Get A Life. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 72,820. Language: English. Published: January 18, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir
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Trauma from the past becomes a part of who you are. It weighs down on the present, suffocating life and preventing you from healing and moving on. If you continue to carry this baggage around long enough, you will eventually become who you are not. Believe in the essential goodness of your true self, however, and you'll accept the past, but let go of the burden, and finally become the real you.

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