Franz Kafka Prize, European Union Prize for Literature, Goethe Prize, The Hans Christian Anderson Award, …… these are just a few of the awards I'm never likely to win……. But I’m still doing something I love thanks to ebooks and ultimately that’s all that counts.
Born Camberwell London UK 1959 (OMG!!)
Grew up in Mitcham, Tooting and Clapham in London.
Have been writing as a hobby since Primary school. English was about the only thing I ever excelled at and writing for me was always on the cards even if I was generally too lazy to sit down and do it. If the lesson wasn't English I generally gazed out of the nearest window and thought about the universe. I only recently started making a real effort to write in the last five years or so as the mindless grip of the book agent is finally at an end and we all have a second chance.
My other serious Hobby is Photography.
Enjoy writing for the younger Teen Market as I still tend to think like a fourteen year old. Shame I haven’t got the legs to go with the outlook anymore, but it comes to us all. Also have a strong interest in the paranormal, especially out of body experiences. I have been plagued by them since my childhood and am in the process of putting the finishing touches to my new book, A simple Guide to the Out of Body Experience.
If I had the guts I’d like to be a stand up comic.
One of the worst sins in life is to take yourself too seriously.
Where to find Stephen Aleppo online
A Simple Guide to the Out of Body Experience
By Stephen Aleppo
Published: January 11, 2014.
Learning the technique necessary to induce an Out of Body Experience or OOBE is not difficult. The phenomenon is as natural as singing and dancing and is nothing more than a mental Knack that can be learnt by just about anyone willing to spend a few weeks manoeuvring themselves into the kind of mental state required to make it happen.
By Stephen Aleppo
Published: November 12, 2012.
Ben Hardacre is sixteen and enjoys a privileged existence until his family are forced to relocate to a poor part of the country after his Father becomes obsessed with developing a radical stealth sub boat he hopes to sell to the Navy.
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