Dec. 30, 2018: Daniel Abrahams

Daniel Abrahams

IMG_1067 - Dan Abrahams“[Being an indie author] provides a superb outlet for me to write, without constraint, across genres.”

Daniel Abrahams is a London born sport, entertainment and fashion journalist who has worked on numerous regional, national and international newspaper and magazine titles over the past 20 years. In 2013 he worked as ghost writer on: Through Adversity: The Fight for Rugby League in the RAF. The book is available through Scratching Shed Publishing Ltd. For his first work of fiction, The Wooden Heart the author was granted use of lyrics by Bjork and her first band The Sugarcubes from their song Traitor to feature in the book. It was released on Amazon Kindle, in October 2016. His second release, in December 2017, was a collection of short stories entitled: books, bits & bobs. It is also available on Amazon.

What Does it Mean to You to be an Indie Author?

To me the title and world of indie authors provides a superb outlet for me to write, without constraint, across genres. It also means I am able to work with people in a communal way, such as graphic artists, designers, sub-editors etcetera, on content and covers – being involved completely in the whole process. I find this very fulfilling.

What Do you Want Readers to Know?

I am currently producing his independent horror film short script entitled: Carve. Visit: Carve: The Movie, and working on my first novel entitled: The Fox, slated for release in 2019.

List of Books

The Wooden Heart

Books, Bits, and Bobs

Cover 2c

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