What do I do?




Greg says that when people ask him "What do do you do?", he is usually tempted to respond, "For a living or for a life?"  

Greg has self-published two novels as well as a non-fiction inquiry into the afterlife, called Be In Me. There's a free prequel to that which is in the form of an extended interview about the book. You can check it out here 

He has also written a collection of poetry and short stories. One of his full-length plays is called The Many Worlds Theory, which questions the validity of allopathic medicine. Another play of his with a sci-fi theme, The Gilgamesh Prism, takes place during the invasion of Iraq. Derek Ball has composed a fascinating compilation of creative sounds to accompany it.

Greg has had the honour of writing a novel of transformational fiction, Towers of Light with the spiritual teacher, Lilla Bek. Lilla has also inspired a second book of his called The Blossoms of The Apricot, which takes place in Atlantis and Lemuria when they were, according to legend, contemporaneous.

His most recent work is an inspirational memoir about past lives, called Remember When.

He is featured in an article in WRITERS.IE





After graduation, Greg taught for a number of years in Ireland, England, Germany and the Middle East, before establishing a school in Dublin, the Bluefeather School of Languages, in 1984.

He was a founder member of the Association for Teacher Training in TEFL in Ireland and Ombudsman for Tandem International, the association of quality language institutes worldwide.

Greg is the author of two interactive language refresher courses, a) Language skills improvement combined with an exploration of source energy and how it can transform us at work and in life; b) Ireland and its culture.  

He holds a certificate in Mindfulness-based CBT and is a certified reader of the Akashic Records. 

His books include Be In Me, an exploration of the afterlife, and Towers of Light, a novel, in collaboration with spiritual teacher, Lilla Bek. Another book of transformational fiction inspired by Lilla and set in Atlantis and Lemuria, is called The Blossoms of the Apricot.

Greg has also written two novels, The Attendant, about a young orderly in search of a meaningful life who comes face to face with the forces of life in a home for disabled people, and The Traveller's Son, the story of a man who raises his son from the dead - but at a cost. He writes poetry and short stories and has written an inspirational memoir entitled Remember When which explores the seven lives he lived with his late wife, Marie-Claire, starting in the 13th century. Their two sons, Michael and Oliver are physiotherapists.

He has also written two full-length plays, The Gilgamesh Prism, a fusion of ancient myth and science fiction, set in Iraq during the invasion, and The Many Worlds Theory, in which a doctor loses faith in his profession. 

Greg believes that the problems we experience in life are due to the fact that we don't know who we are.