A new Irish writer, born at the beginning of the sixties in the North of Ireland but now living and writing in Edinburgh.
After a career writing endless business reports that people paid him lots of money to write but which no one ever read, Fynn found himself with lots of time on his hands and the chance to write whatever he wanted. Up until now he had enjoyed a good life, travelling widely and spending foolishly but when the global economic recession stripped him of everything he had, it was time to put some of his many stories and experiences to some use.
His first book The Divorce Diaries tells of his demise, from successful businessman to penniless author, and now after many requests he has just completed and published a second book which is the prequel to The Divorce Diaries and tells the story of the affair which came before the divorce. The Adulterer's Diaries tells the story again from two differing perspectives, the other woman and the adulterous husband.
Fynn likes to use his stories to explore some of the demons we allow to live in our heads and to take unusual perspectives to discover why we do the things we do and why we all think we are right and everyone else is wrong.