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How are you today? Good? Well, that's smashing. I'm feeling good as well, thank you. 

If you're reading this, then you probably want some information to build up a mental picture of me. Well, there isn't much to say, save that I'm a musical Luddite - choosing good ol' Rock'n'Roll over the doof-doof music of today - and that I favour authors such as Stephen King, George R.R. Martin, Tolkien, and Orwell. I have also subjugated the entire British Isles under my rule - hence the name. 

Below are some short descriptions for my stuff. Take a look, won't you?

THE DEAD KING - Cedric Swift is resurrected from the dead by a pale, mysterious woman, so that he may do her bidding. But when she asks him to kill his own father, Cedric must decide whether he has the bravery to stand up to her deadly powers. 

SPACE JUNK - Fat, drunk, and Captain of the Space Junk vessel; Edward Corhaven must assemble a crack team of individuals capable of infiltrating the vast Marerian pirate army before complete and utter destruction comes to New Theia and all of its colonies.

AFTER BRITAIN - A girl with no memory is dragged into a vicious war between Albion and the Bringers, a merciless group led by the manic Mr. Layton. The After, a post-apocalyptic Britain, full of murdering gangs and twisted, decrepit creatures, is the broken arena in which this war is waged.

AFTER BRITAIN: BLACK DOG - A follow up short to After Britain, where a masked maniac going by the name of the Gas Man is haunting the city of Black Dog.

IT'S DEAD IN HERE - The greatest rock'n'roll band out of the West Midlands since Led Zeppelin must unite against a zombie filled England if they wish to play their final gig in London. 

MYSTERY BOX - Collection of short stories.

Feel free to give me any feedback you deem necessary. It would be much appreciated in helping me both develop my work, and myself.

Goodbye!
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10 Published Works

Featured work.

The Dead King

Social data: 462 reads. 64 votes. 19 comments.

Description: 'I have chosen you as my champion, to shape the world as I see fit.' Cedric Swift died on his father's battlefield, fighting his uncle, the Grand Duke, a man poised to take the throne of Rendell. But when he wakes in his coffin and finds a pale fac...


Other Works by KingBritain.
The Bounty Hunter

The Bounty Hunter

11 4 0

Asvaldr is a bounty hunter - and when he finally realises that most of his enemies recognise his face, h...

Mystery Box

Mystery Box

65 11 0

Over the years, I've written a lot of things that don't really have a home. Some are short stories, some...

After Britain

After Britain

21K 887 146

When the manics came and the fires followed, only the After remained. Follow The Soldier as he struggle...

#694 in Science Fiction
Off the Rails

Off the Rails

57 7 9

Entries for the ChallengeCorner 'Off the Rails' competition.

KingBritain

Yeah, I probably should of thought about that...but I suppose I could lie and say that he was always meant to be a ghost, revealing his demise so that he can move on to whatever world awaits us all next. Yep - I definitely, a hundred percent meant for him to be a ghost. And thanks for the kind words - plus the little bits that I didn't manage to catch when editing. Cheers :D

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Good very early morning to you all!

First of all, big thanks - After Britain has surpassed the 20K mark. To everyone that's read it - you're wonderful, and when I win the lottery, I'll buy you all an ice-cream. 

In other news, I've just posted the first few chapters of something I'm working on, titled 'The Bounty Hunter'. It's set in the same universe as 'Space Junk', and follows the story of bounty hunter Asvaldr Thorinhood as he takes a contract to kill the owner of one of the last few working shape-shifters -a piece of tech he desperately needs.  

There's only a bit up so far, but I'm having a pretty fun time writing it, so more should be up in the near future. Why don't you take a look - you never know, you might find it entertaining, and if so, why not dish out those lovely likes and maybe even leave a few comments? And if you utterly despise it, it'd be great if you pointed out what doesn't work, so that I can hopefully change your mind.

That's all for now. Good night, and thanks!