Author Nigel Lemoir Gordon launches his new novel under the intriguing title ‘Karma Layer,‘ with BewleyBooks. In the spirit of Indie Press we would like to wish him every good fortune. He is an author who well deserves success.
The Kindle version can be pre-ordered now but will be released on 28th June.
Nigel has recently been in touch with his exciting news. He writes:
“I took part in the successful launches of two books in London late last year:
Clouds Are Not Spheres – My portrait of Benoît Mandelbrot, the founding father of Fractal Geometry.
My biography Behind Open Doors by Ingrid Maclean.
We are holding a second launch party to celebrate the publication of Behind Open Doors at Helgi’s Bar in Hackney at 6.00pm on Friday 22nd February. I will be hosting this event.
I continue to work on a film called The Interactions Avenue. I am the producer, director and presenter of this TV documentary on the latest finding in Quantum Mechanics.
Bewley Books are publishing two new novels I’ve written under the banner Karma Lawyer. The first is called Courage and Love, which will come out in the Spring. Its sequel When the Knitting Had to Stop will be released in the Autumn.
My production company Fractal Fun Ltd aspires to produce a documentary based on Behind Open Doors during the course of 2019.”
Hey Nigel, what a busy person you are. Good luck with all of your ventures.
Here are Nigel’s books with Eventispress. Click on book cover for more details:
Although not with Eventispress we would like to congratulate Nigel Lesmoir Gordon on the launch of his memoir ‘Behind Open Doors’
This is Nigel’s email to us:
“The launch went swimmingly, Diana. We had a full house, which included Rupert Sheldrake, Anthony Stern, David Cammell, my brother and his wife and Mike Horovitz. Also many other old Cambridge friends and some new ones.
A jolly fine time was had by all and the books flew off the table.”
Author Nigel Lesmoir Gordon is launching his biography, compiled by Ingrid Maclean. It tells the story of Nigel’s colourful life as a young man fully immersed in flower power age of the 1960’s right up to the present.
Behind Open Doors will be published by RESONANCE BookWorks, who are holding the launch of Nigel’s biography at the offices of the BROADCASTING, ENTERTAINMENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND THEATRE UNION
373-377, Clapham Road, London SW9 9BT
Tuesday 6th November 2018
17:30 (for 18:00) to 20:00
Nigel will be 75 on the day of the launch
‘You’ll doubtless recall that Luke Howard wrote some music a while back to accompany me at book signings and presentations for Life is Just… I recorded him playing the suite in St Swithun’s church, Sandy a coupla weeks ago. Here’s the Vimeo link so you can watch it:’
A new review of The Keeper of the Faith : “I have just finished ‘The Keeper of the Faith’. It is a very personal book – all about the author’s experience, knowledge, passions, imagination and ultimate goal. The Vietnam section is excellent and could have made a book on its own. The ‘Keeper of the Faith’ is the right title. We are all trying to keep the faith through the vicissitudes of life and the struggles with our individual self.”
Thanks for the update Nigel. What a wonderful thing to have a piece of music composed for one of your books!
Here’s a fantastic review for Life is Just by Nigel Lesmoir Gordon.
“This story brilliantly captures the mood of the time – putting the reader ‘front and the centre’ of an innocent time in history that, only now, do we realise was the beginning of a huge cultural change that swept through the Western world. This was such an enjoyable read!
Author Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon’s fourth novel is called The Keeper of the Faith. Eventispress are publishing it on 30th April 2017.
This is the back cover book blurb:
“A voyage of self-discovery, violent bloody combat, redemption and romance.
Vietnam 1968. A US Marine platoon, led by Tristram, 8th Earl of Oundle, is choppered into the wrong jungle location and left outside radio range, face to face with The Vietcong. The ensuing relentless frenzy of death and destruction carries Tristram to India, into a Benedictine monastery and finally to remotest Scotland in his search for truth, salvation and love.”