ARTICLES, SCRIBBLES & WORDS
the samurai loved to write.
Simon has an absolute love of writing and with the real life experiences plus his Martial Arts training, he sure does have a lot to write about. It all started with his first book, From Bullied to Black Belt and grew from there.
Here you will find words of hope among seemingly crushing stories of adversity but they all have the same theme in minds;
* ADVERSITY * COURAGE * HOPE * REDEMPTION * SALVATION *
As much as it sounds a cliche, Simon truly believes that if he can achieve success, battle seemingly unbeatable demons the you can too, so we will leave the rest to the articles and stories written by Simon and featured here.
You will also notice on the sidebar, among the photographs of events, books signings and award ceremonies, certain links to other articles Simon has written/been featured in, including the Huffington Post (USA), the New York Post and other worldwide media.
We hope you enjoy his words.
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Simon and Julie at Waterstones book signings.
BIG SISTER LEAVING TOWN.
She has had enough of the small town life and longs to leave, but won't do until she can save her little brother from an his abusive father. Part of Simon's 'Families' series. Read it here
Another in the 'Families' series.Try as he might, Jack cannot seem to cause a crisis and, even with all the love in the world, his latest disaster may prove to be his most dramatic yet. Read it here
One of the more powerful stories in the 'Families' series, this frightening tale of how success can bring a man down can be a lesson for it all. Based on a true character Simon met some time ago. Read it here
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MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Brain injuries in sport, particularly Combat Sports are always a frightening and upsetting event. Whilst not a brain injury, I once suffered damage to my optic nerve courtesy of a roundhouse kick to my neck, leaving me completely blind for a couple of hours. Sitting in hospital praying I would get better was one of the most stressful times of my life so I can relate to people who suffer similar (but different) conditions via head injuries.
I am honoured to share this extremely well thought out and written article by Mr Peter Blake of Marasco & Nessselbush Law (USA) and I think you will find it of interest. Read it here
Other great 'go to' read articles are authored by Mike Jones of Elite Sports (USA). Very informative and written from experience, you can check out Mike's work here
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