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Roger is an exciting new author. He was born in 1964 in Surrey, England. After his education at Oundle School and Oxford, he embarked on careers in Music Publishing, Songwriting and Software Engineering before becoming a successful piano entertainer. He eventually settled in Norway where he now resides.
Roger Gerald Scott is the author of 5 short stories:
“A Drive In A Car” - A short story about Roger’s father written in the form of a metaphorical children’s story to help illustrate what he meant to Roger and the grief he felt when he died in 2006.
“The Commuter”- Derek, a successful banker in the City of London looks back on the previous thirty years of his life and realises that his working life, and all the necessary commuting involved with it, has caused him a lot of unhappiness.
“Closed Curtains” – Actress Liz Kendle is driven to breaking point by the audience of her theatre matinee performance and, as a result, discovers she has many hidden talents.
“The Clever Doctor” - A fictional story that examines the relationship between Doctor Martin and his "heartsink" patient, Mr Waters, who is in hospital to undergo tests in preparation for open heart surgery.
These short stories are currently available on Apple Ibooks, Smashwords, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Kobo.
In February he will be releasing "Social Media Anxiety Disorder and the Strange Case Of Will Newman"
Debra L Hartmann
on Feb. 06, 2013 :
A Drive in a Car by Roger Gerald Scott – Short Story Review 5 stars and 10 minutes of tears!
This piece is by far my favorite short story ever. I am a little biased on this one though, I’ll admit. I lost my father this past year, suddenly and unexpectedly and this story struck a note very close to me. It actually gave me a comfort that I needed right now and I thank this author personally for that!
I won’t say that if you have ever lost someone you should read this, everyone has or will lose a loved one and this is a must read for all. The metaphorical style is flawless and successfully takes the reader’s mind across the years between being a small child and growing into an adult with the influence and love of their father. An excellent bonus about this read is that the concept is broad enough to allow the reader to apply this descriptive scenario to whomever in their lives affected them in this way and feel it just as deeply. This author has demonstrated exceptional skills in writing yet again and shows his versatility in writing content from one piece to the next! Can’t wait to read more from Roger Gerald Scott.
Reviewed by Debra L Hartmann, author and editor, http://www.theprobookeditor.com and is posted on blog page at http://dlhbookreviews.wordpress.com/
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