Swindon write gets his teeth into initial novel
April 12, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
WEREWOLVES and supervision conspiracies underline in a initial novel by Swindon author Mark Anthony Pritchard.
The story follows a still librarian as he uncovers a universe of monsters, aliens and a mythological English outlaw.
Mark, 43, of Grange Park, blogs frequently on a internet, though The Dogman Conspiracy is his initial book.
He pronounced there were many annals of encounters with werewolves.
“In a UK we have a prolonged story of dogmen. we did some investigate on internal legends and they cropped adult some-more than we thought.”
But he chose an typical male to be a favourite of his novel. He explained a librarian, a male who never gifted anything engaging until he saw a face of a savage that was not ostensible to exist, was formed on someone he met years ago during university.
Although they had not kept in hit “I only wondered what his life would be like.”
The underlying thesis was people contra collectivism. “I’m an anarchist,” he explained. “I don’t trust in a legitimacy of a state. we doubt all and in my book I’m doubt everything.”
“But I’m not violent,” he stressed.
Just dual months after starting a initial section a book was roughly finished. A month of modifying and tweaking followed.
“The tangible artistic routine went by in a blur,” he said.
Mark, who has a master’s grade in journalism, has finished a operation of jobs from bureau workman to warehouseman, including a army during Honda.
He pronounced he found his grade march weighted towards PR though he was not meddlesome in a career in a industry.
“I do jobs to compensate a bills though my passion is writing,” he said.
He finds a digital format suits him and he believes it is a destiny for authors. “I see people reading on their iPhones rather than books.”
He also likes a Kindle Unlimited complement where authors are paid per page read. ”The some-more pages people review a some-more we get paid, that is really democratic.
“People seem to like it, they are reading it and I’m really happy.
And he is already operative on his second novel about a musician who plays black metal. “It explores what happens when we tend to dwell on a disastrous elements of life,” he said.