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Stephen Mullaney-Westwood

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

https://mullaneywestwood.com/

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 & http://www.circleofspears.com/store/c...
Stephen also released the short story collection 'Unforgotten Tales' (available on Kindle and in paperback)






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Average rating: 4.16 · 37 ratings · 11 reviews · 4 distinct works
Forgotten Things

4.07 avg rating — 28 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

4.75 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2018 — 2 editions
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Forgotten Things by Stephen Mullaney-Westwood
"This is a quirky and enchanting book, a ‘must read’ especially if you have an interest in ‘The Old Ways’ or if you are a Born Again Pagan and I am!
It is not in any way sentimental or airy faery. Instead it is a touching poignant story of teenage ang" Read more of this review »
Forgotten Things by Stephen Mullaney-Westwood
"Stephen Mullaney-Westwood’s FORGOTTEN THINGS is a clever kaleidoscope of themes, interlaced like a Celtic knot which is, of course, most apt for both his Cornish setting and the ethereal explorations of the twelve-year-old protagonist Adam.

Don’t be p" Read more of this review »
Paradise Shift by Stephen Mullaney-Westwood
"Paradise shift is Stephen Mullaney-Westwood's second novel, introspective and told in the first person it challenges popular beliefs and human nature. William, finds himself in a hospitals mental ward with no memory as to how he got there. Meanwhile " Read more of this review »
City of Circles by Jess Richards
"When Danu Monk is fifteen she watches her parents die. They are victims of a virus which has resulted in five deaths, and affected many more, in the circus community which is her home. Even though she is taken in by her parents’ closest friends in th" Read more of this review »
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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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