Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson on location in Edinburgh
Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (145 of 194)
Location: Edinburgh
In My Own Words:
Scottish Author of Bobby's Boy, Naebody's Hero, Paddy's Daddy and Head Boy. Founder of Paddy's Daddy Publishing
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 13,296 - Total Helpful Votes: 145 of 194
Consumed - Volume 1: An Extreme Horror Anthology. by Kyle M Scott
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Some people bring out the absolute worst in a person. You know the type, right?
The hipster in his post-ironic, Wall Street braces and bow tie standing statue-still, thoughtfully playing with his post-ironic beard or his faux-NHS specs at the front of your favourite band’s gig. Dancing never occurring to them.

The animal who puts spikes out to deprive the homeless of a good-night’s sleep, defending a 6 foot by three foot slab of rock he calls his.
NO?
How about the correspondent on regional BBC news who gets you pebble-dashing your TV screen with your morning cereal as he’s telling you that a hundred people marched in your city centre protesting Israel’s war on… Read more
Twelve Mad Men by Ryan Bracha
Twelve Mad Men by Ryan Bracha
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Hugely ambitious in its conception and immensely skilful in its execution. The narrative of pulling together so many different voices shouldn't work but it does screaming off the pages and rattling your subconscious just as surely as the voices of Bedlam did.
Wonderful.
The Eagle's Shadow (Caradoc Book 1) by Keith Nixon
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not many writers are brave enough to step outside of their comfort zone when they’ve performed so solidly in one genre already. Fewer still do so as successfully as Keith Nixon has with The Eagle’s Shadow. Keith’s main attributes as a writer, punchy dialogue, keen humour and the ability to so consistently develop a compelling narrative, transfer magnificently to this very different piece from the author of The Fix.
Creating a cast of compelling characters and plucking and pulling at elements of their lives and destinies, Keith gives us a master-class in multi-layered storytelling and exceptional characterisation; no mean feat. Considering that he’s crafted this magnificently engaging… Read more

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