My Non-Fiction

Mind The Memory Palace


I have an addictive personality. It’s why I can juggle, why I’m not allowed to gamble, why I’ve seen every episode of the new Doctor Who, and why I hate my boss.

This is all his fault. But thanks to him buying a Rubik’s cube for the company to enjoy at break time, this book exists.
Take a similar journey to my own. You don’t even need a Rubik’s cube. This book isn’t about solving puzzles. Instead, it teaches how to turn your mind into a Memory Palace that can store anything.

What do you need to learn? Phone numbers, random facts, the names of people you’ve met, every state and its capital, or the precise order of a randomly shuffled deck of cards?

I give you the keys to the items you need to remember.

Whether it’s to impress somebody, to stop relying so much on smart phones for remembering, or just to enjoy the parts where I talk about Star Wars and Doctor Who, there’s something here for everyone.

What People Are Saying

My 14 year old son found it on his kindle and read it… he can memorize the order of a deck of cards in 20 minutes and remember it for days. He likes doing memory tricks. When he is walking around in his memory palace recalling things he looks like a savant or something… It looks mysterious and magical to me.
He told his 13 year old sister to read it too. She’s the practical one. She uses these methods to create a memory palace for history and such to learn school things. She can recall obscure people and dates. I’m truly astonished and can’t recommend this book highly enough.