Paul White was born in Leicestershire, United Kingdom in 1971. He moved to mid-Wales in 1983.
His first passion is photography - his portfolio of ruined mansions and farmhouses throughout Wales can be seen at www.welshruins.co.uk
He has written two novels: 'Winter Daffodils' and 'Raven on a Molehill'.
His new short story for children and adults alike 'The Fable of Hungry Squirrels in the Village of Idiots' has just been released as a Kindle ebook.
He is currently writing a fictional account of Edward Mordake.
'Hungry Squirrels in the Village of Idiots' is a short childens novel, with a few adult themes.
A man called Winter Solitude lives a solitary life on a mountain in an unnamed region of Europe. His house overlooks a vast unpopulated stretch of bog called the Ordain Marsh. Legend has it that the bog was once home to a large city which sank in the swampy mud thousands of years ago.
Royston Hale is a young man with his whole life before him. He is also one of the long term unemployed. All Royston Hale wishes to do is to go camping in the countryside. Instead, much to his horror, he finds a job. Worse still, it's in a care home called 'Hilltops: Home for the Elderly, the Demented and the Misinformed.'