Pontypool man to publish fourth novel

Author Craig Evans with his first book Harm's Way

Author Craig Evans with his first book Harm's Way

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A PONTYPOOL graphic designer who has a passion for writing is set to publish his fourth novel.

Craig Evans, 29, is a self-published author living in Sebastopol.

Craig says he has always had a passion for writing and writes in his spare time.

Mr Evans has published a series of three novels and the fourth, A Warrior’s Way, is soon to be released.

Harm’s Way, his first novel, was published in October 2012 followed by No Way Out in May 2013.

His latest novel, Way of the World, was published in February.

He said: “I have always loved reading tales of strange beings and dark worlds. I began writing my own stories and finally took the plunge, entering an unknown world of my own in the form of self-publishing.

“My background is heavily based around design, so I was able to utilise these skills to develop my book covers, website and all other promotional material along the way.”

The sequel follows the adventures of Kieran Way as he discovers his supernatural powers that have been hidden from him along with the secret life of the supernatural.

Kieran meets the girl of his dreams and falls deeply in love only to find their families are at war.

Craig says: “The series is ideal for people who those who enjoy suspense and fantasy.

“I find myself becoming more and more involved in the fictional worlds I have created, to the point that I want to stay there and practice my own supernatural abilities.”

His novels are available to download on Amazon as e-books from 99p and they have already collectively sold over 100 copies.

Details at: craigevansbooks.co.uk

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