Marc Horn


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Marc was brought up in Dartford, England. Nothing much happened there - landing a job as a banana packer was the highlight - so he spent most of his time lost in his imagination.

Seeking change, he became an airborne soldier (not airborne germ, as a friend once called him) and had to parachute out of the first plane he ever went in. The boring days were over.

He's drawn to stories of hardship and survival. Carlin announcing he's 'The Daddy' in Scum; Brendan fighting for his family in Warrior; David searching for answers in Vanilla Sky.

Marc doesn't hold back when he writes. Much of his work contains black humour. Some might call it a sick sense of humour, but whatever it is you had to have it in the army - you laughed or you cried.

He's into writing psychological thrillers that offer the reader something fresh. He likes to depict thought-provoking, controversial situations and in some cases to make people more aware of uncomfortable but important topics.

Marc has written four novels. THE MORTAL RELIGION has been awarded Rabid Reader's Best Books of 2013; E-thriller's Thriller of the Month in April 2013, and is also listed on 42 Books to Love for Towel Day. PERSONA is a Kindle number 1 bestselling psychological thriller (now only available via the author's website). CUFFED, his most ambitious project, is listed on Rabid Reader's Best Books of 2014.
He's just released TIMER, a series of sci-fi novellas, described by the BBC as as a 'High-concept and compelling sci-fi series, reminiscent of past hits such as "Logan's Run".'

All his books are free. Exposure is more important to him than profit. He wants readers to experience his work and, if they like it, tell their friends about him.

He loves sixties music and studying lyrics, meditation, skiing, off-road cycling, repairing bikes, martial arts and chess.

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Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to become an indie author?
Exposure, quite simply. The chances of being noticed by an agent or publisher - however talented you might be - were ridiculously slim. It seemed to me that the only realistic way to get their attention was to get to know them personally, and I'm not into kissing ass!
What do your fans mean to you?
A great deal. However successful I become, I'll always find time to communicate with my readers. Time is the greatest gift you can give, and anyone who spends theirs on me and my novels deserves my attention.
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