Hi! My name is Ian Kingsley, and I'm an author and broadcaster. Thanks for taking the time to visit my website.I live in Bournemouth, on the south coast of England, and that is why both my broadcasting and writing have connections to this area.
This website aims to tell you about my books and to provide information about my weekly radio show on the community Christian radio station: 90.1 Hope FM.
My novels are set in real locations: two in the Bournemouth and Christchurch areas, and one in worldwide locations from Bath to California. My Christian-based works aim to help close the gap between science and religion. I worked in the fields of science and technology for many years, and I no longer find any contradictions between science and my belief in God. To me, God created the universe which science seeks to explore and understand. If science ever achieves their long-sought Theory of Everything, that will be the time they finally 'get it'!
You can join me on social media linked from the icons above, but be aware my principal choice of these is Twitter, where I tweet daily as @authorkingsley. Please join over 30,000 followers there so we can connect.
Please note that I give random shout-outs and dedications to my Twitter followers on my radio show: particularly new followers. Or, if Facebook is more your thing, follow me there (as /author.ian.kingsley) to see copies of those tweets - although I seldom post directly to Facebook - except on the Hope FM Facebook Page.
TWEETING daily as @authorkingsley
I would like to invite you to follow me on Twitter, where I tweet as @authorkingsley. I give random shout-outs on my radio show to my Twitter followers. If you listen to my show on HopeFM and both follow and tweet me using #ikhopefm then I will follow you back.
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