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Stewart McDonald

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Stewart grew up on Merseyside and was interested in storytelling from a young age, starting out with short films that he would often make with friends. As he got older his interest in screenwriting grew, leading him to write feature scripts and further short films which he also enjoyed acting in.

Acting led Stewart to community theatre, where he performed in a number of plays around Liverpool. It was during this time that Stewart started writing his debut novel, A SINGLE SOURCE OF TRUTH.

Bitten by the theatre bug, Stewart wrote and directed his first play, MILLIONAIRES ANONYMOUS, which was performed at the Unity Theatre in 2015 and toured the North West in 2016. Stewart went on to write his next play, MUMMY'S BOY, which was one of six finali
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Stewart McDonald I feel that 'writer's block' is just another term for 'difficulty'... and any written work comes with a whole host of difficult moments. In a way, I t…moreI feel that 'writer's block' is just another term for 'difficulty'... and any written work comes with a whole host of difficult moments. In a way, I think stories SHOULD be difficult to write. That means they've been thought through to the nth degree, beginning to end, end to beginning, up down, left right. I actually think it's the difficult moments that keep me coming back for more. I get the most pleasure out of solving a problem that I've been banging my head against a brick wall over for days, sometimes weeks... and when it all clicks into place, the relief and satisfaction... it's great. (less)
Stewart McDonald Having the freedom of the blank page. Anything that you can conjure up in that limitless mind of yours... anything at all... can go down on that page.…moreHaving the freedom of the blank page. Anything that you can conjure up in that limitless mind of yours... anything at all... can go down on that page. We can build worlds and explore them without answering to anyone. (less)
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After a slow start this book definitely picks up the pace and gets you hooked into the action. Kept me gripped until the end - look forward to the next one."
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"It grips you from the very first chapter. A brilliant and unpredictable story that you just can’t put down. I really hope there’s another one in the pipeline!"
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“the terror experienced during an attack was nearly always a 10. It was the nature of the beast – convinced that the utmost worst was about to happen, the sufferer quite literally thought that they were about to die horribly.”
Stewart McDonald, A Single Source of Truth

“To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.”
Elbert Hubbard, Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great Vol. 3: American Statesmen




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