Brian Lelas has been writing books and short stories since he was in school. He finished his first novel when he was only 17 years old, having been writing it on and off since the age of 12. This remarkable discipline to complete projects has allowed him to write over one hundred short stories and five novels in the decade that followed.
Brian's style of writing is very flexible, a craft that allows him to write in multiple genres and blend them together seamlessly. His two short story collections, "Dead Cartography" and "Phantoms Doused in Night" illustrate the breadth of this capability. His first published novel, "Tome" is a successfully ambitious marriage of writing for young adults and a more mature audience. It has concepts that link things as diverse as pop-culture, science fiction, mystery and magic all into one.
Working full-time as a Video Game Designer gives Brian another highly creative outlet to make his mark with, but it is the limitless possibilities of writing books that has been his passion from a very early age.
Brian lives in Chapelizod, a village in Dublin, Ireland, with his wife and children. He spends his free time playing designer board games, reading books he wishes he'd written first and watching Futurama. He is a former amateur Karting champion and the only activity he stands up for is a weekly indoor football game with colleagues and friends.
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