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About Andy Ellis
About my writing...
My published works are:
Night Time in Shanghai (2016, 301 pages, Austin Macauley Publishers)
The Gaps Between The Stars (2019, 401 pages, Amazon Publishers)
Proctor: The Art of Living (2016, 136 pages, Amazon Publishers)
Proctor: The Art of Killing (2017, 165 pages, Amazon Publishers)
Proctor: The Art of Dying (2018, 141 pages, Amazon Publishers)
After completing the third Proctor Novella, "Proctor: The Art of Dying" I started writing a fourth novella which rapidly developed to a full novel - "Time Off, A Proctor Novel". This should be published in Q3/4 2019.
I'm also working on a virtual reality novel "The Product of My Dreams" - it's the book I always wanted to write, though for now it's parked until 'Time Off' is completed - expect publication in Q3/4 2020.
If you'd like to follow my progress then I am on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AndyEllisWriter/
Have you read the 'about the author' bit from any of my books? It's barely a scrape at the surface - to add a little more...
I dropped out of University, studying Chemistry at Newcastle-upon-Tyne (half way through my third year), I got married at thirty and divorced at forty. I have two kids who are both grown up and starting out on their own adventures now. I play guitar and was a singer/ songwriter for a small entirely unsuccessful band. Oh - and I live on a boat with my cat, exploring the UK's canal system (mostly the midlands).
Until I found writing as an outlet, I'd never really stuck at anything, but I find writing addictive - I love the feel of shaping my characters, the places where the stories are set, and more than anything else, weaving a complex and intriguing story line.
Street, a planner for the Conservationists, must find a way to turn the tide of the war and defeat their enemies, the Liberationists. He turns his eyes skyward...
Hired as security and defence for a black-corporate space station feeding off of the steady tide of fleeing population from the war-ravaged planet below, Proctor finds himself trapped when the station's defenders flee from certain death. With the last few remaining women and children to fend for and only the help of communications specialist Kate Sterling, will Proctor find a way to survive? And even if he does, how will he find a way to escape?
Proctor steals a valuable ancient artefact, killing Hasseed's second in command deep in the caves of Cavern City, and flees across the continent. A chase ensues and Proctor finds himself fighting for his life every step of the way against seemingly impossible odds. As the net starts to close and Proctor's situation becomes increasingly desperate, Hasseed's security chief, Garrett, begins to suspect that there's more to this than meets the eye, but if so, who is this 'Proctor' and what is his ultimate plan?
Two interstellar corporations are bound by a non-aggression treaty but slowly continue to fight a secret war, oblivious to the human cost. Mark and Radek Weston know all about the human cost as families starve on their blockaded home world of Scott. Mark risks his life to obtain information that could end the silent war for good, but how are they going to get it home? ...and who can they trust to help?
In an adventure that spans worlds across the vast tracts of human space, will Proctor learn what it means to be alive?
170 Pages/ 40,000 words.