Paul Kilmartin

Biography

Paul Kilmartin, living in Dublin City, Ireland but from a small picturesque town in County Offaly called Tullamore.

A writer of thrilling and fast-paced fiction, with three books, uploaded via the Amazon platform, now arrives at Smashwords. He says that writing is his life, and he is releasing new and exciting fiction like his life depended on it. A new and fresh voice, Paul writes in every genre, favoring great storytelling over a defined style.

His first Smashwords release is a fast-paced thriller called Secret of The Lost Key. It is the first in a series, called The Cross Boys series. And it features two boys with a taste for high adventure.

One thing is for certain. Paul Kilmartin is an author that will have you reaching for his next book time and time again.

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a small rural area that did not have anything like the internet is now, but it had an incredible library and I had a loving family who was passionate about reading. Stories inspire you, and I was inspired by the likes of Tintin, Asterix, and Enid Blyton.
When did you first start writing?
The first story I wrote was a note to my parents, asking if me and my brother could watch the end of a movie or a t.v programme that we could hear in our room. I wrote a few notes looking for tea or biscuits too. I slipped the note under the door and snuck back to bed. The requests were often but not always heeded, so I guess that was my first encounter with an editor. From then on, it was writing in English class in school.
Read more of this interview.

Books

Secret of The Lost Key
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 55,590. Language: English. Published: July 28, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Amateur sleuth
Two young boys on a perilous journey. An underworld gangster desperate for some leverage. A mother, fierce and searching. A race against time to find the treasure, and reunite the family.

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