I'm a guy who enjoys creating new things, ranging from short stories to poetry [children's too] and thus writing is an enjoyable pastime for me, beit psycho fiction, sci-fi, supernatural or fantasy, when the inspiration strikes - I write.
Art is my second love, and when the mood strikes me, I'll do a landscape painting on box canvas, using acrylic paints. Very relaxing! I usually give them away to friends and family.
As for my writings, I've had some works published in paperback and hardback down the years; short story and an assortment of poems. I've dabbled with screenwriting in the past, which is quite an enjoyable, yet complex style.
My taste in music is varied too, ranging from modern to classical, and if it sounds good to my ears, I like it. Lady GaGa is a favourite of mine at the present time.
Righto, there you have it, a little bit of me and my favourite things. I'd like to thank those who have read this short bio, and also those who have left comments about my ebooks - much appreciated!
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Smashwords book reviews by T.D. Green
- The Ghost in the Top Hat
on Oct. 06, 2010
Nice short suspense story, well worth a read.
- As He Sat Brooding
on Oct. 06, 2010
Superb fantasy tale, with excellent character descriptions that really bring this tale to life. A very good read for those who like fantasy/supernatural stories.
on Dec. 02, 2010
I've just finished reading this short sci-fi story, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Trying not to give too much away, I found the ending was a superb twist - not what I expected! A well-written story which I recommend to all sci-fi story fans.
on Dec. 02, 2011
Very good read, with great characters and twists. Nice one, Garry Linahan!
- Moira and the Leprechaun
on April 26, 2012
Very charming tale to read to children, and well written. I'm left wondering if the leprechaun got to eat any of the lovely sausages? Perhaps there could be an extended plot as the relationship between Moira and the tiny gent did appear to be growing. Still, the young will enjoy this little tale just as much as I enjoyed reading it online [HTML].
- Portrait of Kurten
on June 25, 2012
A superb tale, well-written and precise in detailed action. For those who like a little mystery in their stories, this particular story is well-worth reading. I won't spoil the ending by saying too much, all I will say is: "Could this be curtains for Kurten ...?"