Paul Lines spent most of his youth in the South East of England and has now moved to the Midlands. He has harbored a love for creative writing since his early teens. Now, following a successful career in business management, he has been able to launch a new career as a freelance writer, focused on mainly on developing education research projects and providing web content covering a range of subjects, including business, travel and items of news interest.
This change has also given Paul the opportunity to also develop his dream of becoming a published novelist, of which 'Old Accountants Never Die' was the first to be published as a Kindle book. This has been followed by the publication of 'Behind the Mona Liza Smiled' and, more recently, 'Turn off the Red Light'. For 2015, pursuing his interest in helping others where he can, Paul has decided to donate 10% of his royalies from the sale of these two worthwhile charities. These are Rainbow's Hospice in Leicestershire, an organisation that provides help and support for children and young adults suffering from life-limiting conditions, and Last Mile Health, an organisation which provides practical aid and relief for residents of poorer villiages in Africa, and which is currently involved in providing health care service to help treat and eradicate Ebola in Liberia.
Paul's hobbies and interests involve writing and travel, and so far he has visited the US and a large number of countries in Europe. It is this interest in travel, and his other favorite past-time of people watching that has provided the inspiration for some of his novels and many of his articles.
Paul likes to positively engage with those who wish to purchase his books and welcomes any comments or discussion they wish to make