Eduard Joseph lives in Cape Town South Africa and has been writing since a young age. His first book "Freaks want love too" was rejected by numerous publishers in 2005.
In 2013 he decided to go the self-publishing route and his first novel hit online stores. It was a success on Amazon.com until it was removed by the author due to royalty issues.
Eduard Joseph loves writing what's in his heart, and thus writes about anything from romance, comedy, horror and suspense.
A WORD FROM THE AUTHOR:
"Waiting for the train" is my latest short story about a discharged soldier who is eager to be reunited with his wife. This story was an idea which popped into my head one morning, so I simply had to write it down.
I'd like to acknowledge Brian Stubbs's feedback on "Waiting for the Train". I've made the changes you pointed out, though the story was actually set in a parallel universe in which Hitler was winning. Just like many writers I prefer my work not to ring true to life due to the constraints it places on your writing. As for the grammar, please keep in mind that different parts of the world have different styles of spelling and grammar.
But I appreciate your feedback.
If it seems like I'm publishing less books than before it's because I'm not only publishing books as myself, but also publishing books aimed at adults under a pseudonym and have published 4 ebooks thus far under the said pseudonym.
I like to keep busy and get all the ideas out of my head no matter how whacky or strange they are.
I think it's important not to disclose under which pseudonym I write my adult books as I've written children's books under my real name and I want the adult books to stand alone and gain recognition independently.
As always, if you like my stories please write a review to let me know what you liked or didn't like about a particular story.
[Updated 06 November 2014 @ 19:13]
on Feb. 19, 2014 :
Well written and enjoyable book for older children. Mine are a bit young for this one at the moment but I'll hang on to it till they're older. I enjoyed it.
(review of free book)
on Feb. 17, 2014 :
Coming from a very large family Anthony (Ant) felt left out in the family business. He set out to see the world. Martha told her husband she had seen Anthony.
Cool book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written not what you would expect short story (book). It was very easy to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. Quite a few twists/turns. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of interesting scenarios & a great host of characters. No doubt in my mind a very easy rating of 5 stars for this book.
Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)