Terry Feeney


I was born in London in 1957 went to a rough but standard comprehensive. After leaving school at 16 I studied electrical engineering and ended up with a degree. In my spare time I wrote poetry and through this ended up writing songs for an early post punk band.
Eventually I took over the microphone myself and became a singer songwriter. Throughout the 1980s I performed for many bands but had some success but never quite got the breaks and quit the music business in 1989.
My career changed from electrical engineering to computer engineering and through promotion I went on to project management. During this time I was involved in writing procedures and technical documentation. This is where I got a taste for writing.
I successfully ran my own company for a few years and after the death of my mother my wife and I moved to Ireland to pursue a dream of designing and building our own house.
I found myself back in project management for another four and a half years before losing my job in the crash of 2008. So I took this as an opportunity to write the book I have had on my mind for many years.
It took me three years to write the first draft and another year to rewrite it. From there I self published and gave a copy to several friends for their comments. A lot of the comments were critical but constructive a fair few mistakes I had made had been pointed out but overall the story itself got a good review. Following this I took my book off line and rewrote it again, making necessary changers and adding a large amount of alterations I wanted to make myself.
Finally I have a book I can be proud of it has taken 8 years but I am extremely happy with the end product. I hope you feel the same.

Terry Feeney


The Cubistic Field
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 92,830. Language: English. Published: January 8, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Preston Lomax, a medical student studying at University College London in the early 1970s, was leading the life of a normal university under graduate. But his life was about to change considerably. He was about to experience love, intrigue and adventure and find the truth the lies behind the world he thought he knew.

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