Martyn Kinsella-Jones

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Born in Marston Green, Birmingham, England, educated in a variety of schools until June 1974, training in several Midland Engineering colleges 1974-76.

Studied Acting in the late 1980′s. Has hunted shark, ridden motorcycles all over the UK and Europe, been the owner / manager of a small company, driven a cab, worked as a Warehouse manager, Electrical installer, Butlins Coffee bar porter, Student Nurse, Air conditioning fitter, Farm worker, Van & Truck driver, Telemarketer, Marketing Executive, IT Support, IT Contractor, Traffic Warden, gone broke, been an Emergency phone responder, written reams of comic doggerel, produced technical documentation for a number of multinational companies and received enough rejection slips to w
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Martyn Kinsella-Jones Step away from the keyboard. Peoplewatch. Walk. Cook. Tidy up. Work. Talk to my wife about her day. Let my subconscious do the heavy lifting as far as…moreStep away from the keyboard. Peoplewatch. Walk. Cook. Tidy up. Work. Talk to my wife about her day. Let my subconscious do the heavy lifting as far as ideas go. Write about what's bothering me.(less)
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Next in the Cerberus series

I've finally gotten back on track with writing the second book in the Cerberus Conspiracy series of science fiction detective novels, featuring Paul Calvin, mind reading detective. I've been stuck on this project for quite some time, having painted my hero and narrative into a bit of a corner.
This afternoon, after a solid re read of the first 30,000 words, at long last I can see which way 'A F... Read more of this blog post »
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The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke
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This is an old favourite of mine from one of the greats of science fiction. A bunch of quirky little stories, often with a savage, or at least highly ironic, twist in the tale. A great introduction to the multiverse of sci-fi for the younger reader.
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