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Born in Derby in England, on the day before mid-summers day, David Peter Woolliscroft was very nearly magical. If only his dear old mum could have held on for another day. But magic called out to him over the years, with a many a book being devoured for its arcane properties. David studied Accounting at Cardiff University where numbers weaved their own kind of magic and he has since been a successful business leader in the intervening twenty years.

Adventures have been had. More books devoured and then one day, David had read enough where the ideas he had kept bottled up needed a release valve. And thus, rising out of the self doubt like a phoenix at a clicky keyboard, a writer was born. Kingshold is David’s debut novel and Tales of Kingshol
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Yes, Kolsen is the pirate king and led the raid on Kingshold. Why? You’ll have to wait for later to find out. And by the way, you read them …more
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Yes, Kolsen is the pirate king and led the raid on Kingshold. Why? You’ll have to wait for later to find out. And by the way, you read them in the right order. In fact Of Buccaneers and Bards will be included in the upcoming Tales of Kingshold, Book 1.5 of the series which is a collection of other similar novelettes.
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"A monarchy crumbles, and we get pulled into a world of wild intrigue and magic.
This book transports you. And although I'm not the greatest fan of multiple POVs, the characters and their particular travails were compelling enough, and the plot intrig" Read more of this review »
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- Ajiwiak, The Mother Tree is written, edited and ARCs are out in the wild
- Tales of Ajiwiak is written and almost edited
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