Born in 1951 I am a British Non-Fiction historian, Bible Scholar and Science Writer who enjoys investigating mysteries and writing about them. The greatest mystery of all is the question of life, the universe and everything, and it has been a lifelong passion for me. Throughout my life I have studied Religion, History, Paleontology, Astronomy, Physics and the Life Sciences. I am a keen student of the Bible and Archaeology, and I have studied many ancient writings, often in their original languages. I have been involved in Information Technology since 1983 and between 1990 and 1995 I was Technical Director of a PC manufacturing company. My particular interest, though, has been in software development and from 1997 to 2009 I was Software Development Manager for a major Health and Safety organisation. In 2003, I became the finalist for the Oscar like BCS awards for software excellence for the IT industry with a COSHH Manangement System that I wrote for the company, call CMS. This was no mean feat. Established in 1957, the British Computer Society (BCS) is the leading body for those working in IT. With a world-wide membership now over 60,000 members in over 100 countries, BCS is the qualifying body for Chartered IT Professionals (CITP). CMS was entered for the most prestigeous awards available in the UK for Information Technology innovation. This was the British Computer Society (BCS) IT Industry Awards. In the spring of 2003 two representatives of the BCS visited Sypol to do see what we do and to investigate if CMS was worthy for being put forward for the award. About 120 companies were investigated for the technology applications award, but only four would be chosen as finalists. I awaited with bated breath the outcome of their research. Then on 17th July 2003, a letter arrived. With shaking hand and heart thumping I read the letter: "CMS" as one of four BCS Technology Awards Finalists in the "Software Applications Category". So it was with great pleasure that I attended the Awards Ceremony on 24 September 2003, at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London and received the finalist award for my company. In 2011, I developed a DIY Self-Publishing Software product called KINDLE WRITER, which makes writing books for Amazon's Kindle e-Reader devices as easy as possible. Through it I have helped hundreds of people to realise their dreams of becoming a published author and you can read their unsolicited testimonials on the Kindle Writer website.