Simon Emery has been writing books for as long as he can remember (probably since he first learned to stop eating the crayons and apply them to paper instead – at the tender age of 27.) As a keen reader, a teacher of 10 years and a BA holder in creative writing, he is best known for not being known at all. However, after a lot of deliberation and more than a little encouragement from his dog, Buddy, Simon has decided to dedicate himself full time to writing.
“We went too far,” she whispered. The light of the flames flickered on her face and caught in her dark eyes.
Xavier sat with her, unable to reply. As she rested her head on his shoulder, he wrapped an arm around to protect her from the cold. Overhead, the night sky glowed orange as the fire licked at the stars.
“We should go,” he said at last, his voice hoarse.
“Not yet.” She turned to him. “Just a little longer. Please?”
He gave a slight nod of his head and turned back to the town. On the ridge of the mountain they sat safely, even the screams couldn’t reach them from this distance.
“Do you think father made it?”
“I don’t know,” Xavier mumbled.
“I don’t think he did. I don’t think anybody could have survived.”
Some of you may have noticed that my novel, Fallen World, has recently been removed from the Amazon store. This is because I have noticed small, but frequent errors with the book. Errors that are likely to throw a reader out of the book's world [...]
Aaaaand we have lift off! After months and months of hard work, sleepless nights and coffee-stained notepads, book one of The Dark Enemy Saga is hitting the markets. Releasing your first book is never easy. With the constant feeling of ‘imposter syndrome’, the flow-halt-flow process [...]