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Grahame Peace
Grahame Peace
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Books: 6
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 26 April
  • Member Since: Mar 2019
  • Profile Views: 1,010
  • Followers: 11
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    Historical Mysteries Mysteries Supernatural Suspense Historical Fiction Literary Fiction LGBT Humor Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

I was born in Huddersfield in England where I have lived for most of my life. I've always enjoyed writing, but I actually worked for many years in Mental Health. Since I retired writing has become my full-time occupation. My fictional book genres are humour, paranormal-supernatural-historical-fantasy, mysteries, and fashion.

I don't write horror as such, my books tend to revolve more around the paranormal, hauntings, history, and the mysterious with some humour, so you won't find a lot of gore.

I have published six books to date, my new book A Journey into Fashion(The Dressing Room) has just come out worldwide on Amazon. I'm now working on my seventh book, which will be the fifth book in my Ghost from the Molly-House series.

'Liking' my Grahame Peace Author page is the best way to hear news about my work and forthcoming books:https://www.grahamepeaceauthor.com/ you can also find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Grahame-Peace-Author you can also find me on Goodreads, Google, and Twitter, and many other book sites.

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The Psychic Agency: The Ghost from the Molly-House

Publish Date: Feb 13, 2019

Genre: Historical Mysteries

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The Psychic Agency: The Ghost from the Molly-House

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Publication Date: Feb 13, 2019

Historical Mysteries

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The Ghost from the Molly-House

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Publication Date: Jun 07, 2018

Historical Mysteries

5 (1 ratings)

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The Jasper Claxton Mysteries (The Ghost from the Molly House)

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Publication Date: Sep 08, 2018

Historical Mysteries

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The Pluckley Psychic Historical Society (The Ghost from the Molly-House Book 111)

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Publication Date: Nov 24, 2018

Historical Mysteries

4 (5 ratings)

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The Beauty Room

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Publication Date: Feb 13, 2018

Romance, Literary Fiction, Humor, History

5 (1 ratings)

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A Journey into Fashion: The Dressing Room

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Publication Date: Mar 08, 2019

Literary Fiction, Humor, History

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    • allauthor 2 monthsAllauthor
    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • grahamepeace 2 months AuthorAuthor
      • If you've decided to write then you feel you have something to say, or a story you think needs to be told, which is great. But do it because you want to tell your story, not because you want to get rich and be a famous author, that may happen, but it may not. Regarding the emotional side of it, getting emotional about your characters, I feel, is very important. As I've written some of my books I've had tears rolling down my cheeks, it often comes when I least expect it.

        If you're writing about something very personal, you can do this through your characters it can be quite cathartic. People who know you, may recognize you in the character, but most won't, so don't be afraid to go there. I guess it depends on the kind of genre you're writing in. Writing is lonely, and getting objective feedback can be hard, people have to get your book, some will, others won't. As a writer, you should never stop learning, it's a journey.
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      • grahamepeace 2 months AuthorAuthor
      • Coming up with the idea. I use a lot of historical fact in my books which I mix with fantasy. I have to find an historic event(s) I can build on, it takes time, but once I find the right thing, it usually leads onto other historical finds which help to build and create the story.
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      • grahamepeace 2 months AuthorAuthor
      • I think it's very important, but it doesn't necessarily generate book sales. It's a highly competitive over-crowded market out there. Anything you can do to make your book stand out is a good thing. I use a company based in the USA called JD&J Book Cover Design, they have been great to work with.
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