Mark Revell was one of those kids who didn't like reading. He was more inclined to run home and play video games than dive into a book. But the boy wizard changed that for him, not only did Harry Potter make him a reader, it made him want to be an author too; he wanted to give to people the same feelings of wonder and enjoyment that J. K. Rowling gave to him as a young boy. Stonebird is Mark's first novel and is influenced by the real experiences of seeing his grandmother suffer from dementia, as well as his love of myths. He currently lives near Cambridge where is a sports journalist.
|Speculative Fiction Novels (2)|
(fantasy, young adult)