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Brendon Meynell was born in the small New Zealand city of Wanganui, before immigrating to Australia's number one tourist hot spot the Gold Coast in 1997 alongside his family.
Growing up as a sporting made child all Brendon did was think, eat, sleep sport and had a number of opportunities of breaking into representative teams both at home (New Zealand) and in his adopted country of Australia, however his sporting career was halted when in 2000 - just days before his 16th birthday - he dislocated his neck at the C1 on C2 vertebrae resulting in a long hospital stint and advice from medical experts to no longer play contact sport.
Despite attempting a return to some sport, a number of years later, Brendon's sporting career was effectively ended when he suffered a second massive injury to his spinal cord resulting in him hanging up his boots and retiring his sporting equipment once and for all.
In 2012, still wanting to be involved in sport Brendon Meynell completed a Diploma in Journalism - majoring in Sports Writing and Match Reporting, however it is a tough world out there in sports journalism where many of his articles have been taken and re-worked by others who already had roles within local newspapers.
Always a fan of writing, and having a dream of one day getting one of his stories published, Brendon turned his focus to the writing of short horror stories - with the loving support of his fiancee Carla and their four children Mohammad, Bailey, Laith and Christopher.
Brendon continues to write stories, and continues to release them on websites such as Smashwords, Amazon and other online outlets in the hope of one day securing enough purchases to fund spending more time on bigger projects.
on June 07, 2014 :
I disagree with vivascarlett,
When you take the time to read the ending and understand it it is clear why the psychologist took two persons out of the facility.
This was a fantastic ending to the story. Keep up the good work.
(review of free book)
on Jan. 28, 2014 :
I didnt enjoy part 3 of this story as much as the first two, for several reasons. The first was that I didnt get the ending at all, the second was that even I couldnt suspend my logic long enough to believe SPOILER ALERT that a psychologist would allow two patients at a mental health facility to go out overnight with him in hopes of finding a serial killer nobody else believes in. Well, if he was on the side of the killer, maybe, but that aspect wasnt fully explained. I also never got why the survivors were locked up in a mental health facility at all. Just because nobody found evidence of their parents/family's murder doesnt mean they should be locked up. But that would be typical officialdom doing things arse-backwards, lock up the sane and let the crazies run loose :)
(review of free book)