zoolon cover draft 4(Cover art by Rachel Carrera)

I was going to give this book the title, ‘Things That Happen to Me When I Glaze Over’ or ‘Pieces of Me’. Both of those were more or less accurate but, in the end, I decided upon ‘The Words & Thoughts of a Dyslexic Musician’ because that is what it is; that’s what I am.

Not a novel nor a book of poetry, it’s a collection of stories about the odd things that seem to happen to me on any average day, and things I’ve thought of or noticed when I’m not asleep. Also, I wanted a home for some of my favourite lyrics for songs I’ve written – some from my back catalogue plus others in raw form waiting in the wings for a melody – as well as a place for a few of the photographs I’ve been taking since I got the camera bug.

The main reason I went for ‘The Words & Thoughts of a Dyslexic Musician’ is because that’s the simple truth. Maybe I should have added ‘Colour-blind’ to the title because that’s a truth as well.  The problem was it made the title too long.

Anyway, here it is. My book. Dyslexia might be a nuisance I could do without, but ‘words’ come for free, and besides they don’t just belong to those who haven’t got trouble reading them, so basically nothing is impossible – well maybe me spelling without a spell-check, buttering toast, understanding road signs written in Walloon or spending a whole day in the body of say, a wildebeest just to get a feel for what it’s like being one. Those thing are impossible.

zoolon back cover

Rachel who did all the cover art and a whole lot more can be found – not that I’m saying she’s wandered off and got lost, or she’s in hiding or even kidnapped or anything like that – at Rachel Carrera

Here’s Zoolon’s links to Amazon UK for both the Kindle and Paperback versions of my book;

The Words & Thoughts of a Dyslexic Musician by Zoolon

Also, the paperback and Kindle versions are available by typing in ZOOLON in Amazon worldwide.

Thanks for reading, Zoolon aka George and I’ll sign off with a piece of music I composed called, ‘Prohibition’. I hope you enjoy;




    • Rachel, I truly never knew you were in hiding. After I wrote what I wrote I was just a bit worried people might have thought I’d kidnapped you and was planning to demand a ransom. Anyway, your skills at setting stuff up on Amazon and creating artwork are amazing. Thank you.

  1. Doc JGC, Congratulations, wishing you much success with the book. Rachel did a wonderful job with the cover art. I’m looking forward to receiving my package from Amazon! ~ PM

  2. Goodness me, congratulations, George! I love that none of your creations go to waste this way. Creativity can be a very lonely activity sometimes. Stories like yours can show fellow song-writers and authors both that the trials they face are not so strange after all. 🙂 xxxxxxx

  3. Love the title , Lord Zoolon. The very best to you with this awesome venture. This is so so exciting. I feel that sense of anticipation when great things are about to happen.
    So happy for you !!

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