AK21-22 Sam Hawksmoor’s MISSION LONGSHOT Novel+.

An Authors Kiss with Sara Troy and her guest Sam Hawksmoor, on air from June 1st Sam is a prolific writer whose latest book Mission Longshot, takes us always on a journey of discovery, not only of what is possible but a discovery of ourselves through adversity and struggle. His books always leaving you wanting … Continue reading AK21-22 Sam Hawksmoor’s MISSION LONGSHOT Novel+.

Sam Hawksmoor’s Books & Articles.

Sam Hawksmoor SHOWS WITH SARA AK21-22 Sam Hawksmoor's MISSION LONGSHOT Noval+ coming out MAY 31ST WE FEEL YOUR PAIN SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO PVR16-48 The Real Meaning behind the Movies SAMS NOVELS AND BEING A WRITER. 0068 Thirty-four kids are missing from the mountain town of Spurlake B.C.  Soundcloud ITunes iHEART AnchorYoutube Mixcloud HIS BOOKS FIND MORE DETAILS … Continue reading Sam Hawksmoor’s Books & Articles.

AK21-02 We feel your pain for you with Sam Hawksmoor

'An Authors Kiss' with Sara Troy and her guest Sam Hawksmoor, on air from January 12th WE FEEL YOUR PAIN - So You Don’t Have To. You don’t have to live with pain. For years Doctors have ignored the underlying causes of pain – prescribing opioids and other painkillers that often lead to complications, or … Continue reading AK21-02 We feel your pain for you with Sam Hawksmoor

The Jewel in the Ruins • Sam Hawksmoor 

  Saska heard Cat sneeze, then suddenly there was another rock fall and Cat was gone.  She let go and the boulder crashed down on the empty space below, causing yet more rocks to fall and opening the breach in the wall even wider.‘Cat!’ Saska was staring at an empty space leading into an ante-chamber. … Continue reading The Jewel in the Ruins • Sam Hawksmoor 

On the subject of pain• Sam Hawksmoor In search of Anandamine 

For the last year, I have been struggling to write a novel about pain.  The choice of subject was influenced by a sustained attack of fibromyalgia (a doctor’s guess, he wasn’t sure really) that started first in my legs, then moved to my arms and shoulders and was so acute I could barely dress, and … Continue reading On the subject of pain• Sam Hawksmoor In search of Anandamine