Cas Erchamion presently lives behind a computer in Ontario, Canada. He is an Alumni of the Ontario College of Art (BFA) and holds an MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of New England. He enjoys painting exploration, motorcycle touring and writing. He and his lovely wife and son divide their time between Ontario, Canada and Seoul, South Korea.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, on the shores of Lake Ontario. It's a quiet town with picturesque Victorian homes and a rich history. Many artists and like minded professionals call Port Hope home, including the celebrated writer Farley Mowat and the artist David Blackwood. I had the privilege of knowing them both while growing up and each inspired me to write and paint. Mr. Blackwood in particular inspired me to study at the Ontario College of Art (now OCADU), his alma mater.
When did you first start writing?
I've been writing ever since I could sharpen a pencil. In grade school and up through university, writing has always been a passion, rarely matched by any other of my creative endeavors.
Raised in a remote sanctum far from civilization, Nicholas is forced into exile and pursued around the ancient world by a misanthropic entity. Nicholas' exile quickly becomes an impromptu adventure that reveals certain truths about his future and humanity's past. Despite his fears, Nicholas is drawn inexorably towards a confrontation he has little chance of surviving.
100+ Easy English dialogues for teachers and students. As the title implies, this book is just about conversations. There are a loads of idioms, phrasal verbs and colloquial expressions for a wide variety of situations and topics.