Bruno Martins Soares

Biography

Bruno Martins Soares writes fiction since he was 12 years old, and his first book, ‘O Massacre’ (The Massacre), a collection of short-stories, came out in Portugal in 1998.
It was followed by several contributions to newspapers, magazines and other collective books.
In 1996, he won the National Young Creators Award for Writing, representing Portugal at the 1997 Torino Young Creators of Europe and the Mediterranean Fair, where his short-story ‘Mindsweeper’ was translated and published in Italian.
His first novel ‘A Saga de Alex 9’ (The Alex 9 Saga) was published in Portugal in 2012, by publisher Saída de Emergência, within a series that features authors like George R.R.Martin or Bernard Cornwell.
He worked in Project Development for Television, and was a journalist and a communications, HR and management consultant before settling as a writer. He was also an international correspondent in Portugal for Jane’s Defense Weekly and a researcher for The Washington Post. He wrote several plays and short and full length pictures’ screenplays, and he wrote and produced English-spoken Castaway Entertainment’s full length feature film ‘Regret’, distributed in the USA and Canada in 2015. He lives and works in Lisbon.
He now writes under two different 'brands': Bruno Martins Soares for scifi/fantasy and B.Martins Soares for more literary/realistic literature.

Where to find Bruno Martins Soares online


Books

The Dark Sea War Chronicles - Volume I - Fighting the Silent
Price: Free! Words: 44,760. Language: English. Published: January 7, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera, Fiction » Science fiction » Military
(3.00)
Award-winning author Bruno Martins Soares comes back with a new scifi novel that will bring you to a dark hard world at war. What if WWII’s Battle of the Atlantic happened in Space, thousands of light-years from Earth? Byllard Iddo is a young man who accidently killed his father in a martial arts training session. He left to join the Space Navy as the war grows in violence.

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