Leo Stableford



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Leo Stableford was born in York in 1975 but left before having a chance to remember it at all. In his youth he lived in South Wales and Berkshire. When he grew up he lived just about everywhere south of Stoke-On-Trent at one time or another.

He studied drama and education, much against everyone's advice, and Information Technology, which seemed to make everyone very happy. He has spent too much time in the philosophy and psychology section of Swiss Cottage library, he reads too much into action movies, comic books and video games, he writes articles about them sometimes.

He lives in South Wales with his wife, his son and his dog. He has tried to stop writing but always falls off the wagon.

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
The time I can spend actually reading text is limited, so articles from magazines mostly. I have a long commute, though, so I listen to a good deal of audio content on the way. Recently I have enjoyed The Dark Tower series, several volumes in The Dresden Files, American Gods, The Complete Sherlock Homes and the first two volumes in Scott Lynch's Gentleman Bastards series.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Ancient Sony e-Reader, also a Nexus but the Sony e-Reader is somehow more placid.
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Where to find Leo Stableford online


Price: $4.00 USD. Words: 143,790. Language: British English. Published: October 22, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Dark, Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
A battle over the old, dark earth, between gods from a variety of pantheons, will change the lives of spirits and mortals alike. The participants revealing a dark mystery that stretches from the Roman Empire to the present day. A mystery centred upon a nightclub known as STARFALL.

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alchemy    celtic    history    magic    nottingham    voodoo    werewolves