The war in Ukraine. How bodies of soldiers are being left abandoned and how the Russians don’t bother to claim them. There are many in cold storage waiting to be taken back to the ‘Motherland.’ The reporter told of a solitary Russian soldier who has been left in a village somewhere. I thought, he was … Continue reading BBC Radio Four this morning and how depressing the news is!
Saturday March 26th at the Woodman Pub Birmingham, was the venue for the rehearsed reading of my latest play, 'All My Pretty Ones,' which tells the story of the tragedy of, 'Oradour Sur Glane.' Directed by Peter Wight it was a most enjoyable day working on the script followed by the reading to an audience. … Continue reading All My Pretty Ones.
Happy St Patrick's Day to all. Hope you have a blessed day. Here's the link to the Napoleon's St Patrick's Celebrations! https://youtu.be/Ek6Ww5h20qM St Patrick, Patron Saint of Ireland.
On Thursday March 3rd I was invited by my publisher, Brewin Books to attend, 'World Book Day' in Solihull, West Midlands in order to promote my latest book, 'Tales Yet To Be Told' and remind the world of my other publications! It was an enjoyable afternoon meeting fellow authors and signing copies for the public. … Continue reading World Book Day, Solihull, West Midlands.
This is the fourth in a series of unique books by Patrick B Hayes where he explores a rich seam of accounts of ghost stories and mysteries .These tales are pinpointed on his home turf of Erdington North Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield. The stories are based on “true personal experience and the author’s research…” Patrick … Continue reading Tales Yet To Be Told Review
Reviews for Tales Yet To Be Told Well presented book that is pleasantly easy to read. A fabulous historical account of places in Bham particularly the small town of Erdington or “The Village” as it was known at one time. The writer has taken true events and set them into an intriguing short novel. Enjoyed … Continue reading Tales To Be Told – Review
This is a must–have book for all ghost hunters and those genuinely interested in the paranormal. In Tales Yet to be told Patrick B Hayes has invented a fictional character to rival Father Brown and Maigret. For ever stumbling upon real actual cases of ghost sighting from across the Midlands area. Written with great panache … Continue reading Tales Yet To Be Told
Please find below the YOU TUBE link for my short promotional film for my latest book, ‘Tales yet to be Told,’ https://youtu.be/Gq88Bhw4Ryo If after watching the film you may order books by sending me an email at Patrick.firstname.lastname@example.org. Or my Website: http://www.phayes.co.uk Alternatively you can purchase books via Amazon or Brewin Books. http://www.brewinbooks.com/tales_yet_to_be_told For further … Continue reading Tales Yet To Be Told Promo Video
I have now completed his latest collection of chilling ghost stories, The stories are told by Father Michael , an Irish Catholic priest who has returned to Europe having spent years in the missions. Father Michael’s accomplice is Dr Florence a young French medical doctor. They investigate and research true accounts where sightings and unexplained … Continue reading Tales Yet To Be Told.
With great pleasure we can announce that ‘Tales Yet To Be Told’ has now been published by Brewin Books. At £9.95 it is now available at leading bookshops and through Amazon. (ISBN 978-1-85858-734-9). If you would like a signed copy I shall only be too delighted to sign one for you. (Cost of book plus … Continue reading Tales Yet To Be Told