Kelvin James Roper is a freelance writer, author, artist, editor of The Locked Book Magazine, and co-host of the iBits podcast.
Winner of the BT Millennium Man competition, he writes for many online publications, specialising in consumer electronics and short fiction. His first book, Elysium, is a three part novel that will conclude at the end of 2017, and is published by Red Crow.
His latest project is an dark and epic fantasy to be published soon.
A Grantaburgh Short ~ A Melancholy Tale. A duel bourn of class divide results in a man waking alone in The Wilderness. A bullet in his temple and prostrate atop the corpses of The Ferryman’s Pit, he recalls the fate that dragged him there.
An esoteric broadcast, castaways, and the mysterious death of Richard Kelly ~ would that Mortehoe could always face such trifling concerns. As the seasons revolve and their new inhabitants grow comfortable with their surroundings, a new threat is looming, a threat that will change the old-world's future with fire and bloodshed.
A Post Apocalyptic Tale of Community and Corruption ~
2145 ~ Governments of the world endeavour to reclaim tainted land a century after the holocaust of The Great Pathogen. In the southwest of England a community has survived outside the government’s notice, and have grown fearful of what should happen were they discovered.