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Stephen Mullaney-Westwood

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in The United Kingdom


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Stephen is a writer of dark, yet enlightening, fiction exploring folklore, nature, and the nature of man.

He is the author of two novels: 'Paradise Shift' (available on Kindle and in paperback), and 'Forgotten Things' (available on Kindle, paperback and the audiobook of 'Forgotten Things' is available from Audible &
Stephen also released the short story collection 'Unforgotten Tales' (available on Kindle and in paperback)


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Average rating: 4.14 · 37 ratings · 11 reviews · 4 distinct works
Forgotten Things

4.03 avg rating — 29 ratings — published 2015 — 2 editions
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Unforgotten Tales

4.20 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 2014
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Paradise Shift

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 2018 — 2 editions
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“Anyway; how could I possibly trust or befriend anyone who wanted to associate with the likes of me?”
Stephen Mullaney-Westwood, Paradise Shift

“Thankfully I had not heard anything that I could attribute to being aimed at the strange man looking through the window. I guess I was nothing to them, and they were only something to me in my insecurity that asked if I was, actually, important.”
Stephen Mullaney-Westwood, Paradise Shift

“My thoughts are not simply 'messed up' and waiting to be straightened out by learned doctors; they've already been analysed, every step of the way. I live with an internal philosophy lecturer allowing me to take nothing at face value, forcing me to question everything, casting doubt on all aspects of my human condition.”
Stephen Mullaney-Westwood, Paradise Shift

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