K C Murdarasi


K C Murdarasi is a writer from Glasgow, Scotland. She is a graduate of the University of St Andrews, where she gained a first in Ancient History. Since then she has been a perplexed missionary, a bored secretary and a harried nanny. She has been writing professionally since 2007. Her first novel, Leda, was published in February 2012 and her biography of St Augustine for young people (Augustine: The Truth Seeker) was released in March 2014. She currently lives in Glasgow with her gorgeous husband.

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A New Year's Trio
Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 7,660. Language: English. Published: December 20, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Short stories
A collection of three heart-warming stories about new beginnings, new romance, and New Year.
Running for Cover
Price: Free! Words: 3,380. Language: British English. Published: July 24, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Isla Petrie just wants to avoid the Olympics, and she'll go anywhere - even sleepy Haddleford - but unexpected adventure awaits her in this Derbyshire village.
Office Life (and Death)
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,350. Language: English. Published: June 9, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Have you ever wondered... If your boss disappeared, would anyone notice? How do you know your organisation really exists? What's the company policy on screaming? Office Life (and Death), a collection of sharp, funny short stories for anyone who has ever worked in an office.

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  • The Train will Never Stop on Aug. 16, 2011
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    A fun reworking of the traditional "old sea dog's tale", with many of the cliches of the genre playfully relocated to a modern-day Scottish seaside town. It deals with the fate of the Marie Celeste, introducing a mysterious force with a taste for Scottish beer, which is still around today. Could the blood-chilling fate of the Marie Celeste await you the next time you hop on the shuttle train to Edinburgh...?
  • How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months on Aug. 01, 2012

    The advice in this book, if followed closely, would probably lead to success in epublishing - I don't doubt that. However, it's really aimed at people who are prepared to write what the market demands rather than what they want, treating writing very much as a business venture. That's not me, and I expect it's not a lot of people, even if you do want to make money from your writing. My other main criticism is that the key marketing tool, the loyalty tranfer blog, sounds next to impossible to get right. Despite that, I have been trying to put some of his advice into practice, and the book did make me pull my socks up a bit more about marketing. If you're prepared to go all out, as John Locke did, then this will be invaluable. If not, for whatever reason, it's useful, but you might be better off reading something more conventional by Mark Coker.