As a serious writer I have completed the novel "The 9th Place."     Genre, Realistic Fiction. 

Written as a four-part absorbing story, full of connecting clues; the story moves into rapid heightening tension at an increasing pace. This well researched novel, complete with a dash of humour, will appeal to a wide age group who enjoy a good current 'could be true' story. The tight page-turning and believable story, tries to answer many of the unexplained mysteries of our world. Why do we exist, is there some purpose or plan… are we alone, or are we just being used? This story contains a fair portion of fact, mingled with some interesting fiction and possible future events. Read more at my website www.nivendallas.com

I have been in captive marriage for some 38 good years producing three healthy smart children who in turn have provided my wife Lesley and I with three beautiful grand children. What more can a writer possibly want in this world, other than to be... published?

My professional background is from that of a small-business owner, having a long career in RF communication engineering, marketing and web design, aviation air charter, and automotive engineering. I have lived twenty years in the UK, twenty years in the remote north-west of Australia, and a further twenty years in Perth Western Australia. My long business background, together with a wild and sceptical imagination, provides me with plenty of story material and good technical knowledge to write convincing realistic fiction. Have a read, let me know what you think.
  • Perth, Western Australia
  • JoinedOctober 8, 2012


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NivenDallas NivenDallas Sep 05, 2014 05:51AM
Hi friends,I have published two novels yesterday. "The Good The Bad & The Truth" and "A man without love." Both are available through Amazon Kindle & CreateSpace, or buy direct through my website ww...
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