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by Daniel Thomas Andrew Daly
Posted: Jun 28, 2011
A Biography of my mother.
One of the more down to earth, regular types of authors - yet eccentric due to schizophrenia, which often makes life a real rush. A personality seeking to be in harmony with itself. Yet it is what I am, ultimately.
I began my first novel, 'Morning Star's', back in 2000, which is now finished, being officially titled 'Chronicles of the Children of Destiny: Volume One 'Morning Stars'. There are now a number of novels and novellas in this series on the web at the link I have provided. Essentially the COTCOD stories tell of a pre-existing range of spiritual realms, filled with God's own children in one realm, and two other realms filled with Angels. The destiny of these angels and children of God is to become human, and then return to heaven. Ideas like 'Messiah' and 'Covenants' and grand 'Judgement Days' fill the scope of the storyline, but so much of it is simply human story which so many of us can relate to, especially the romance ones.
I worked in the Australian Public Service from 1996 to 2000, but have been on a Government Allowance since 2000, now on the Disability Support Pension for my schizophrenia since mid 2000s. So I have plenty of time to write books and devote myself to this passion, hopefully and ideally with the ultimate aim of getting published.
My writings are published under 'Noahide Books'. This is the company I founded, which reflects religious teaching based on the Covenant of Noah. Website: http://noahidebooks.angelfire.com
I was born in England in late 1972, my mother returning home to her mum in Hull to have her help me with the new child in the family, raised in Australia, were my older brother and sister had been born, since early 1973, and have never left this country since then. I am patriotic towards the UK in sporting events, and remain a dual citizen of the UK and Australia. I became a citizen of Australia in the 1990s.
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