Freshly turned 20 year old writer from the UK.
I first got into writing when I was 8, writing books for children that were between 4 and 6 whilst I was at school. My teacher at the time saw my talent and from there I have been writing ever since; teetering between the Science Fiction, Fantasy and Action Adventure genre's that took up most of my time.
Recently, I have broken into new genres and expanded my writing portfolio into a genre I like to call 'Family Life'- a genre dedicated to writing about the mundane things people do and why, giving you, the reader an insight into another persons life that may not be as fictional as you think.
My main writing interests are currently revolving around the science fiction and fantasy genres, due to the fact that my gaming lifestyle have always dabbled into these genres of games- would by lying to myself if i never found elements of it in my writing.
In the coming future, I plan to release at least two books a year if possible, at least into 2016. From there? I'm not sure. Secretly I hope to be of a calibre that my books can be free enough for me to continue, but that i'm busy enough to be writing one superbly excellent book a year.
I'm also a gaming journalist by technicality, since I have been co-running a gaming blog; Kaichigaming with a good friend of mine and we cover the news rather regularly. Next year, the two of us hope to release a book we have been working on since we were in school, but stopped due to our lives taking different paths.
Where to find O.K Alleyne online
Penny Smart Pound Foolish: Are You Penny Smart?
by Charmain Alleyne
A book on a woman's journey on financial hardship through to her financial independence. 'Are You Penny Smart' focuses on physical and psychological issues and ways to navigate, work with and address issues with money and practical tips on how to save and make the most of what you have earned in this free book.
by O.K Alleyne
Published: December 30, 2014
Three, short, less than 3000 word, competition winning story entries by 'Anderson I: The Acute Case of Anthrax' author O.K. Alleyne.
Showcase has been written as a thank you to everyone who has supported me in my first year of publication.
Anderson I: The Acute Case Of Anthrax
by O.K Alleyne
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
A dystopian science fiction novel centred around a doctor, Martin Anderson and his team who are tasked with looking after the soldiers on board their ship; SS.Klipspringer. However, as one particular patient enters Anderson's clinic and is diagnosed with an unknown illness, Anderson's investigations force him to make decisions that blur the lines between morality and duty.
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