Mark L. Noyce

Biography

I grew up in several small towns across the middle of England as I moved a lot when I was younger. Even though being a writer requires you to be imaginative and creative I'd never really considered myself a person like that until I tried. I've spent the majority of my being not just self deprecating, but believing myself when I put myself down. Most English people just stop at being self deprecating.

In my late teen years I started a blog which is how I entered the world of writing. At first I just wrote non-fiction and posted about things I had done and theories I had on things. People enjoyed them and encouraged me to write some fiction. I gave it a shot, and things went well from there. I've had some ups and downs since then but overall I'm glad I began writing. I've only given in to peer pressure once and that made me start writing. So that can't be all that bad can it?

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
Right now I'm in the final stages of editing of a science fiction book called Immortal Space. After that I'll be writing either a fantasy book, and the book that I originally wanted to write, called The Spirit. If I don't write that then I will be writing a pirate adventure called Caspian. The reason The Spirit has been on hold so long is I wanted to improve my writing skills first to really do the story justice.
Who are your favorite authors?
Garth Nix and Eoin Colfier are my absolute favourite authors. Garth Nix wrote The Old Kingdom series (Sabriel, Lirael, an Abhorsen), The Keys To The Kingdom series, and a lot of other great books. Eoin Colfier is the man behind the wonderful Artemis Fowl series.
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Books

Immortal Space
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 129,930. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: August 5, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Follow Trent and Geoff as they embark on an adventure traversing two planets, make friends and enemies, and form a bond that can last several lifetimes as they learn about the past, present and future. Both of the world and of themselves. Why can't Trent die? Was the attack really random? And just what's with that scar on his chest?

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