Andrew P. Weston - Author
Hobbies & Stuff
Although I don't get a great deal of spare time, the countryside around my home isn't to be missed, so I ensure to run every other day and stay as active as I can. In between, I stargaze incessantly, read, listen to great music, (as featured each week on the Home Page of this site) take long walks through the olive groves...and sometimes the cats and I simply stare at the moon together. (they seem to like it as long as I don't try to sing).
To keep stimulated, I keep myself caffeinated to the point of insanity, say "no" to my wife far too often, (light blue touchpaper and run), and stay alert for worthy causes to support.
Basically, I do what I can to ensure I stretch my potential and become the best I can be. And if I can bring a little light into someone's life while I do that...excellent! ▲
Hi, my name is Andy, an ex military, ex police, ex pat from the UK who lives with a large amount of cats in a medium sized house on a small Greek island.
The creator of the international #1 bestselling IX Series and Daemon Grim adventures, I am also an astronomy and law graduate who devotes some of his spare time to assisting in one of NASA's remote research projects, and writing educational articles for Astronaut.com and Amazing Stories.
A contracted author of both fiction and poetry, I do what I can to support various charities through my written work, and also have the privilege of being a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, the British Science Fiction Association, the British Fantasy Society and the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers.
Oh, and I make things up...all the time.
For more details - take a look at my blog.
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Andrew P. Weston
Works in Progress:
Guardians - Author's cut edition.
Monthly word count:
Original length 93,000 words.
The end of August sees Guardians on: