As a writer, poet, artist, and failed musician (!), small press editor and publisher for over 30 years, here on paulrance.com you'll find information about my latest projects, as well as some of my work.
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Paul Rance with his feline pal of many years, Sparkle, in Farrow Road, Whaplode Drove in 2015
Plans for 2017
I'm currently concentrating on writing several books, and did plan to relaunch Peace & Freedom Press later this year. But, following the sudden death of my best friend Andrew Bruce, who co-founded Peace & Freedom Press/The Peace & Freedom Band with me, those plans have been put on hold.
If you love classic books, pop and rock music, films and TV, here's the site I created in 2005. It was run by Andrew Bruce until his death in April, 2017: booksmusicfilmstv.com
My Latest Ebook
50 Great Moments and Memories of the 1960s
A look back at 50 of the memorable moments and people of the 1960s from a British perspective.
Mother Becomes Stardust
A story of bravery, love and resistance
An inspiring book by Paul Rance, who details his Mother Thelma's brave fight against breast cancer and a disabling stroke. This book also details problems encountered dealing with 'the system', within Lincolnshire and beyond, and how the power of music can work as therapy.
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If you're sick and tired of the system this book's for you. If you're a person who cares about all life and the Earth this book's for you. If you like a mix of the dark, humorous, erotic, philosophical, futuristic and a world-changing rabbit this book's for you! 'Brutus - the Rabbit That Changed the World' looks into a future that's not too far away, and one which offers hope to those who feel there is none.
Create Your Own Reality
Brutus - the Rabbit That Changed the World - First few paragraphs of Chapter One - Anyone Can Be Pushed Too Far...
If you're sensitive, Britain is a very harsh place indeed. Finally, on a still August day in 20** timeless bonds were stripped away. It had all began with what had seemed like an insignificant incident.
A small demo against energy prices was the trigger, as just 500 demonstrators were battered by 150 police in a small English town in a classic case of overkill. Yes, those cops really started something.
Energy companies had become very close to successive British governments and deaths during a particularly bitter winter had skyrocketed. With not even a choice between heating and eating many old people just faded away on their own in an increasingly disconnected society. In a world full of technological innovation, modern humans were still, mentally, very much in the caves with their ancestors. It was 30,000 BC, pretending to be the 21st Century. The attitude seemed to be to protect your own interests at all costs, and, if people died in the process, so be it.
Politicians uttered their usual platitudes, as they had been doing for decades, but, meanwhile, energy companies kept them sweet with sizeable backhanders. Change was put back time and time again in the hope that people would eventually give up protesting. Then on one humid day in August it all changed.
Brutus - The Rabbit That Changed The World (Paperback)
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