Robert Avon is a teacher of English Literature at a sixth form college in London. Inspired by such books as Kingsley Amis' Lucky Jim and The Seducer's Diary, by Soren Kierkegaard, Robert set out to seduce Christina Clapton, an attractive and innocent colleague, and thwart the aspirations of a rival suitor, Andrew Connelly.
Yet will the seducer be seduced - and become a victim of his own crimes?
The Seducer's Diary is often funny, sometimes offensive, but always engaging. It's confessional style pulls one in despite a protagonist who often wants to lose the reader's sympathy. The Seducer's Diary is more than just a enjoyable black comedy, it is a literary Rorschach test for how we view the modern world and romantic love.
Robert Avon is currently living in London.
Endeavour Press is The UK's leading independent publisher of digital books