Jim Euclid


Since graduating as a veterinarian in 1985, Jim Euclid has worked in all aspects of veterinary science across Australia as well as a stint on a live export ship to the Middle East. During his PhD, he was also a visiting scholar in the Department of Literature, Languages & Communications at James Cook University (Qld) in 1999. He has written over twenty plays, some professionally produced across Australia (Minerva and the Ultralite Crusade, Silicon Madonna, Death in Blue, Heartworm and Remembrance Day) and overseas (Chasing Mussolini).

His novel Philosophically Speaking was a best-seller in Australia, followed by the co-authored novel, The Physician’s Mind, with one of Australia’s top psychiatrists, Dr Alisdair Vance.

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Buddhas and bikinis
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 82,500. Language: English. Published: January 12, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
Buddhas and Bikinis is a fiction novel about a veterinarian who has a near-death experience. The entirety of the story unfolds during a three minute period as he is drowning near Surfer’s Paradise, Australia. Although a romantic exploration of the various themes of love, Buddhas and Bikinis explores more complex themes that are problematic to one man’s experiential search for meaning.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jim Euclid

  • Our Universal Journey on July 08, 2013

    An excellent review of universal metaphysics based on paranormal experiences. Of the hundreds of books I have read from this genre, this is a true gem. Written in simple, pragmatic terms, this book deciphers complex themes and present some challenging concepts as well. George has shown himself to be a true teacher once again.