Marc Latham


Marc Latham travelled to all the populated continents during his twenties, and studied at the University of Leeds during his thirties. He specialised in American history and the British media; such as the relationship between media and information providers. He graduated with a BA (Hons) in History and an MA and PhD in Communications Studies. Marc now works as a freelance writer, with several published and self-published books available on Amazon and other outlets, such as here at Smashwords.
This includes completing a trilogy of fantasy fiction books incorporating the new concept of using Google Maps to travel quest. The second book, Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps, is available here on Smashwords, and works as a standalone book, as well as being the middle book of the trilogy. That books travels Australia, after the first rambled around North America; the third focuses on Europe.

Where to find Marc Latham online


Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 41,700. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2013 . Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Inspired by decades of transatlantic comedy, from Monty Python in 1970s U.K. to South Park in twenty-first century U.S.A, this book combines chaotic comedy in poetry and prose with an educative fantasy travel trek across all the regions of Australia. It also has a body, mind and spirit theme; as well as an animal welfare and environmental message. Not to mention lots of Aussie people and places.
242 Mirror Poems and Reflections
Price: $1.47 USD. Words: 16,250. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2013 . Categories: Poetry » U.K. Poetry
This book contains 121 mirror poems and 121 reflections; some poetic, some philosophical, some observations; from a Doctor of Philosophy looking inward into his mind while trying to create as clear a picture of the world around him as he possibly can. Having traveled to all the populated continents over twenty years, and spent ten years in further education, the poet becomes bee, metaphysically.