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Edward Mullen is a novelist, podcaster, and blogger from Vancouver, Canada. His debut novel, THE ART OF THE HUSTLE, was published on August 2, 2012 with critical acclaim. With a steadily-growing fan base thirsty for more, he released his second book - a non-fiction book titled DESTINY AND FREE WILL, which explores the belief that everything happens for a reason. One year after his debut novel, his highly anticipated second novel was released - PRODIGY - a futuristic tale focusing on the unforeseen effects of technology.

Born and raised in beautiful British Columbia, Edward developed a love for the wilderness. This love, combined with an innate curiosity about all things, eventually spawned a healthy imagination for storytelling. He continued to follow his natural passion through to university. Despite spending a lot of his time indoors writing, Edward continues to enjoy the outdoors. He is an avid tennis player, mountain biker, snowboarder, runner, and traveller.

  • Location:
    Vancouver BC, Canada
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8 Published Works

Featured work.

Prodigy Eternal (book 2)

Social data: 48.4K reads. 4.7K votes. 373 comments.

Description: The highly anticipated sequel to the cult-classic Prodigy is now available in eBook stores! One year has passed since Alexandra Gray became the symbol of hope for society. Sheathed in the undercurrent of Tokyo, Alex has remained out of the public e...

#23 in Science Fiction

Other Works by EdwardMullen.
How to Write a Novel

How to Write a Novel

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A quick and easy guide outlining my novel writing process. If you'd rather watch a video about this and...



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The greatest tragedy the world has ever known turned out to be the ultimate catalyst for change. In the...

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The Secret Manuscript

The Secret Manuscript

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From the author of Prodigy and The Art of the Hustle comes the highly anticipated third novel from Edwar...

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Destiny and Free Will

Destiny and Free Will

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Destiny and Free Will - a new book by Edward Mullen. Available now in print and ebook. DESTINY AND FREE...

nikhil527 posted a message to EdwardMullen
@EdwardMullen Hii Even i 'm not a frequent reader I completed both Prodigy 1-2 and The Art of Hustle in an month and i enjoyed them really well. When you described Prodigy as Triology, ny mind still thinking about it how it will be in final part. I'm eagerly waiting for the next part of Prodigy. Btw Good Luck for Future.
bethollie posted a message to EdwardMullen
Edward I must say you have a very beautiful way to craft a story and you are very good. I'm sure you join the league of bestselling authors very soon. This novel to me is very inspirational. You're not only just an author you're also an inspirational writer too. I love the story and I wish you a successful career. Keep up the good work.
I'm not sure if you have been asked this question, but is there a place where I can purchase both Prodigy books? I really enjoy them and want to keep them for myself
EdwardMullen commented on Prodigy - Chapter Twenty-Four

"A long time ago, when the banking system failed, a new currency was introduced - the unit. It was a unifying global currency that made these old bills obsolete. Once everything switched over to this...
Hey, great question! I wouldn't consider The Art of the Hustle a prequel since the two books are completely different and the timeline is more than a hundred years apart, but technically, you could call it that. I just decided to throw in some Easter eggs for fun. I've written and released the sequel to Prodigy called Prodigy Eternal, and I have plans for one more. So when the third book is released, I would call this series a trilogy not a tetralogy. I'm glad you noticed though, well done. Not too many people picked up on that :)