A.T. MacDonnacha


As a brief biography, I've spent a good part of my life travelling around the world, experiencing life in all its shapes and forms. I studied English at university, as well as economic science.

I like the creative aspect of language, but my soul cannot survive on creativity alone. I need the groundedness of trade and dealing with people to form a part of my working life. I think you'll find both elements in my writing.

I have worked in more jobs and in more places than I can remember. I hope the spirit of all the people I have met in my life is reflected in my writing. If that is the case, the books will be good. You can be the judge of how well that has been achieved.

"There is One of Everything in the World" is the first book I've written. I have been too busy pursuing life until now to be able to dedicate the necessary time to writing. I read a lot as a child and for whatever reason, I find myself coming full circle at this stage in my life with the desire to write whenever I can.

The book will form part of a series that should deepen in themes as it progresses. It should always be readable purely as a fun, adventure story. If you can take anything else from it, that is a bonus.

It was written for younger teens. On that basis, it may not appeal as much to other readers, but everyone should be able to take something from it.

Time is precious. I appreciate every minute you spend reading my book and I hope you will appreciate the hours spent writing it!

Happy reading!

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There is One of Everything in the World
Price: Free! Words: 62,860. Language: English. Published: March 7, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Action & Adventure / Survival Stories, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
Many years after flooding wipes out most of the life on Earth, Haiyugen and his son, Baboogen, are lost at sea. The island they come from has the last remaining people in the world on it, but the ocean is immense and their island is like a drop of water in it. Will they ever see their family and friends again?

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