Cash Peters was born in Stockport, England. By the age of 15 he had written material for radio and TV shows. Later in life he turned to journalism, full-time, winning several awards for travel reporting and presented "Wildfire", a series of travel specials on BBC Radio. In 1987 his series Around the World in Ninety Seconds won the Best Light Entertainment Writer Award at the New York Radio Festival. In 1997 he moved to Los Angeles.His books include: Gullible's Travels: the Adventures of a Bad Taste Tourist, Naked In Dangerous Places,and A Little Book About Believing, and most recently Force of Habit: Sister Madeleine Investigates.
Cash discusses his transformational book, A LIttle Book About Believing, that follows 24 people on a trip to Brazil to undergo treatment from renowned faith healer John of God.The 2 weeks that follow are a time of epiphanies, physical breakthroughs, miracles, and spiritual awakenings.