Enoch Enns


Papua New Guinea is a land of paradise just above Australia--it is also where I grew up for twelve years of my life. I was a little squirt that broke the barrier of culture and language through the obsession with soccer. The great outdoors have a mysterious way to connect us. We can all point to a tree and now what we're talking about even if our words for it are different.

Likewise, the way I saw the world was much different than the village and people I was surrounded by. Being the child of missionaries is a life taken for granted since we moved to the States in 2006. My adventures, my accomplishments, my mind--it has been places, seen wonders, and created worlds that I know desire to share. The mind is a beautiful wonder without bounds. Regardless of the language, the culture, or the ethnic, we all are entitled to a creative mind.

And through the trials in my life, I hope my imagination might spark interest and inspiration to you. For a dead imagination is a mundane life. I want to challenge the mundane. I want to challenge your perception of "original" and depth of story. My tales may just be beginning, but trust me: the greatest feat of my story is that I am not the central figure. I never will be.

And I am the more glad to share the significance of everyone else's. So join me on this adventure through mystery, fantasy, fiction, and thrill! Get inspired to inspire!

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a village surrounded by mountains of beauty and streams of creativity. Vivid imagination was all about me--I only needed to take it in. As I have grown, my ability to convert this said "surroundings" into stories has shaped who I am and how I write now. The world is a poet's paradise. Once you learn to let it inspire, one might aspire to great things.
When did you first start writing?
I have always had a burning passion to write. But everyone says that, eh? I always hated writing growing up though. It was slow and cumbersome. I would love rambling about my ideas and worlds, but the actually writing didn't take place till I came state-side. I still remember that day when my little sister can running out of her room and handed me a draft of a story she had come up it. I liked her story and the fire exploded: I couldn't let her write the first book! My brother had already mastered music and she had already mastered art--so I made my mind to claim writing! And so write I did. Yep, 2006 was a special year for me when I had overcome the barrier of belief that I was incompatible with writing.
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Where to find Enoch Enns online


The Grand Attraction
Price: Free! Words: 75,240. Language: English. Published: October 17, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Join Carls Locke as he is thrown into a reality he has neither seen nor believed to be possible. Vacating to a grand mall of human totality, Carls finds himself victim--for man's greatest attraction is often his greatest illusion. Wishing so much to live in one while forced to endure the other, Carls must fight off the monsters seeking to overcome him, all while trying to keep his daughter safe.
Fauldon's Dream and the Karier of the Task
Price: Free! Words: 40,640. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
Join Mr. Fauldon as he journeys through a new tale to stand alongside those of Alice in Wonderland and the Wizard of Oz. The mind is a wonderous thing--and Mr. Fauldon is in for a realm of surprise to the mysteries yet unfolding.

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