Dec 28, 2020
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It might sound cliché, but ever since I was a child I wanted to be a writer. Back then, the chances of ever making it were vanishingly small. I felt guilty about thinking about exploring it beyond merely a hobby, to wave short stories under the noses of friends and family and get the best compliment a hobbyist could expect.
These days, fiction is an outlet for my perception of the world and events in my own life. Not always, but enough to know it's a key form of my self-expression. I've also recently come to realise that when I've gone long periods without a fiction project, I feel diminished mentally. Writing has helped me through some of the most difficult times in my life and it no doubt will do so again.
Studio Salmonweird (book 3 in the series) takes us to the village converted into a recording studio with Superpowered Vigilantes: Reunite! Guesthouse Guru and Killed in Kernow all filing in the area
Spooky Salmonweird short stories which appear on BMAC monthly
The Forever City a steampunk zombie horror I first conceptualised in 2011
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