The drama of Wagner’s “Flying Dutchman” combined with the deep rooted honesty of Britten’s “Peter Grimes” and Charlotte Bronte’s romantic “Wuthering Heights.” These fine elements of the art of writing form the basis for the story of two people — a lovelorn girl and a stranded sailor — whose paths crossed one stormy night, in a story of passionate romance and mystic charms.
My blog http://hereiamattheedge.blogspot.co.uk/ gets on average between 300 to 400 pages read a day. I am a multi-genre writer whose hit this year is the sci-fi series that starts with "Sons of Baal." The series http://hereiamattheedge.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/forgestriker-collection.html#.Vj3MRdXhDnA has sold nearly 600 e-books in the last 18 months. Before this, I made a good reputation for writing scary ghost stories, although most of my ghost stories are more spiritual than scary. I also have stories in the anthologies for the children's charity http://thepeacockwriters.weebly.com/