‘Havoc and consequence’ is the lens through which I view the world, and all my muddled psychoses. Though when I’m not here, I’m writing books. You can interact via the following:
Here’s my Bio over at Amazon, it’s a little stiff, but if you wish to know more then please feel free to contact me.
‘Mark Ryan was born in Oxford, growing up in the shadow of the dreaming spires. He studied film at London Metropolitan University, graduating to M.A in Film Theory.
His first novel; ‘Pendulum Days: Afraid’, is the first in a series of contemporary fairy tales and supernatural fiction. Followed by ‘Book II: Purgatory’.
He has also published a collection of poems and stories in ‘Ghosts by proxy’ and ‘Drifting in and out of sleep’.
‘Keep it together’ is the family saga of the rich and infamous Van-Blacks, set against the backdrop of 1977 Boston.
His blog ‘Havoc & consequence’ is a platform for his current poetry and short stories.
“Those who dance are considered insane by those who cannot hear the music.” – George Carlin’
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