Worth a Look

Have a look at the image and you’ll see some of the world’s greatest authors. I’m sure you’ll be able to identify some of them. Now check out the authors below and you may find some who you feel deserve their place in the montage.

Or, to put it another way, here are a few authors who are definitely worth a look.

Colm Herron – a controversial writer with a wicked sense of humour.

David Wailing – a man who puts human relationships under the spotlight with humour and razor-sharp insight.

Dean C Moore – a quirky scifi author whose books burst with imagination and humour.

Guy Donovan – animator turned author… drawing on his previous experiences!

Jason Howell – a writer who writes more questions than stories.

Jonathan Hill – a ground-breaking author. Have a look at his latest book, Fag.

Kath Middleton – a great reviewer and a talented author whose historical fiction will captivate you.

Michael Brookes – if you like weird and dark, this is the place to go.

Molly Looby – YA author who is ZA ready (ZA ready means ready for the Zombie Armageddon, in case you were wondering).

Nav Logan – a new-age travelling writer. Magical fantasy.

Paul Vincent – where will human exploration and developments take us over the next few decades? Read the Astronomicon series and find out.

Rick Haynes – a quirky author who thinks he knows who he is, but he’s prepared to take a second opinion. Well worth a read.

Rosen Trevithick – a brilliant author who writes fascinating fiction for children and adults.


2 thoughts on “Worth a Look

  1. Jonathan Bresser

    When I first saw the blurb about Jonathan Hill, I was really confused, until I realized that “Fag” was the novel’s title! The way it’s worded sounded like it was calling the reader a fag. I don’t know if it was intentional or not, but it definently made me click on his name.

    1. Ken Magee Post author

      Ooops, I can see why my wording confused you… totally accidental. I’m glad you went on to check out Jonathan Hill; makes me think I should leave the wording the way it is.


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