Miles Goodenuff has been writing stories for over thirty years, starting when he was still at school and rarely letting more than a few months go by without producing some small work of fiction for his own amusement or for his friends.
The "Eruins and Dalwights" series of books are Miles' first complete novels to be published.
Miles was born in Surrey and now lives in East Sussex with his wife, three children and two cats. Although not a full-time writer, he now writes for a number of web sites under several different pen names and on a variety of subjects he describes as "mainly boring" including the stockmarket, personal finance and economic news.
Miles' fiction is fast-moving adventure that appeals to children and to many adults, written in a flowing style easy to read or to read aloud. Growing and developing friendships in Miles' stories are as important as the central theme of the fight between good and evil, and whether the readers are adults or children they will be able to identify with the emotions of main characters and to feel their successes, their failures, their hopes and their fears in the writing. We may all yearn to have the skills and abilities of Miles' characters, yet we may shrink from the responsibilities and consequences of having those special talents.