Writers Anonymous brings together a number of writers all from different backgrounds and disciplines…
PAUL BUNN became interested in writing whilst watching the TV one night…no, seriously! Sitting there looking at some bland programme which he can’t even remember, he had this sudden urge to write and so, not having a typewriter (this was a bit before personal computers were common place), he got out a pen and notepad and wrote down what was in his head. His first successful publication was a short story in a (now defunct) magazine called Thirteen. After spending time on a writing course with other like-minded individuals he co-created Writers Anonymous and has been creating dark tales for publication with them ever since.
JAMIE EVANS is a writer/director/producer/actor (phew!) based in Essex. He writes across all genres but has a soft spot for romantic stories, often building these in as a centrepiece within his projects be they thought provoking dramas or nightmare inducing horror movies. Please visit www.impalafilms.net
SANDRA MAYNARD, aside from her family, says that writing is her main passion. One of the modules in her Open University degree was ‘Creative Writing’ and since then she hasn’t put her pen down! She loves creating dark, macabre stories with a twist and is thrilled to be a part of Writers Anonymous. Sandra always looks forward to sharing her sinister thoughts and inspirations.
DAVID SHAER is a numerically-challenged chartered accountant whose main ambition was to get past writing unpublishable letters to The Times. He played rugby during five decades but was only ever going to be the player most likely to be lent to the opposition if they were short. He also needs a large atlas when driving, but only to see over the steering wheel. David was starting to get a complex about life when he was ejected from French evening classes, so joined a creative writing course and now wants you to judge whether he should go back and start again!
SIMON WOOWARD has worked consistently in I.T. for over 30 years and decided it was time to forego the strictly logical world of computing and take up writing in his spare time. He doesn’t think he’ll truly get to grips with this literary world but he’s certain he’ll have great fun finding out. That said he believes his wife, Yve, is not so enamoured by his frequent requests asking, ‘what do you think of this?’
Without his wife Simon knows his two horror novels, “Centurion” and “When Evil Wins”, plus his horror short story collection, “Dark Matters”, would never have seen the light of day.
For more information please visit, www.srwoodward.co.uk