Paul Andruss – Author 8

Paul Andruss is the author of 2 contrasting fantasy novels

 

Thomas the Rhymer – a magical fantasy for ages 11 to adult about a boy attempting to save fairy Thomas the Rhymer, while trying to rescue his brother from a selfish fairy queen

 

 

E-Book Cover: Finn Mac Cool

 

Finn Mac Cool – rude, crude and funny, explicitly sexual and disturbingly violent, Finn Mac Cool is strictly for adults only

 

 

Odds and Sods showcases the curious facts I come across in research. It includes stories from science, history, myth, miracles, occult objects & fabulous beasts.  Sample Posts:  HistoryBonfire of the Vanities / MythPhilemon & Baucis / MiraclesThe Lady at Lourdes / Occult ObjectsThe Turin Shroud/ Fabulous BeastsThe Horse Cock / ScienceAlma (Are Neanderthals still alive?)

I guest as Writer in Residence on ‘Smorgasbord- Variety is the Spice of Life’ where you can enjoy exclusive extra articles: Still Waving – the poet Stevie Smith / Marc Bolan’s Millions / Who were the Proto-Indo-Europeans? / The Truth of the Cottingley Fairies / Venus in Furs & Justine in Tears- De Sade & Masoch / Rosabelle Believe – Did Houdini return from the dead?

Why don’t you subscribe to both?

 

8 thoughts on “Paul Andruss – Author

  1. Reply Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, MCC, SCAC Sep 1,2017 1:24 am

    oooooh – links! That’ll keep me out of trouble for a week or two! 🙂 Already following both those ladies, however. It just takes a while for me to get around to all the new posts – which quickly become OLD posts. ::sigh::

    ALWAYS thrilled for another glimpse of bad-boy Finn, of course!

    I have a funny story to share that was inspired by a friend’s fascination with Houdini’s pact to send a code phrase if it were possible to communicate from beyond. Another time, another post, another comment. {{hugs}}
    xx,
    mgh

  2. Reply Shehanne Moore May 27,2017 6:28 pm

    Do I hear a trumpet being blown? NOT before time . Well done Paul xxxxxxxxxxx

  3. Reply Sally Cronin May 26,2017 9:40 am

    Looks brilliant Paul and thank you so much for the inclusion.. very honoured..

  4. Reply Robbie Cheadle May 26,2017 5:24 am

    I shared this post, Paul. I think you should write a post about Ghenkis Khan and his tower of skulls. Happy Friday!

    • Reply Paul May 27,2017 5:16 pm

      Thanks Robbie, you know I am a big fan of Genghis Khan (a lot of blokes were called Genghis or the Turkish version) in Turkey. You inspired the Highgate Vampire…. now call my psychic… but I definitely have one of my feelings coming on!

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