John Gwynne studied and lectured at Brighton University. He's been in a rock 'n' roll band, playing the double bass, travelled the USA and lived in Canada for a time. He is married with four children and lives in Eastbourne running a small family business rejuvenating vintage furniture. Wrath is the fourth novel in John Gwynne's epic fantasy series continuing from Malice, Valour and Ruin.
WRATH publication day - 2 months ago
The Day of Wrath is finally here. WRATH is published today, 17th November, in the UK. It’s a special moment for me, with a surreal, dream-come-true quality about it. I began the journey of writing the Faithful and the Fallen … Continue reading →
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RUIN and The David Gemmell Awards Shortlist - 6 months ago
To my immense shock and great pleasure RUIN has made it through to the shortlist for the David Gemmell Legend Award. Voting in the final round has now re-opened and begins all over again. I’d like to say a … Continue reading →
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The David Gemmell Awards for Fantasy - 8 months ago
Voting on the longlists for the David Gemmell Awards For Fantasy is open. There are three categories and I am so pleased to see that Ruin has been nominated for the Legend Award, which is for the best fantasy … Continue reading →
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Wrath - one year ago
I finished writing Wrath. It’s the fourth and final book in the Faithful and the Fallen series. A bittersweet experience. Exciting to finally reach scenes that I’ve been thinking about for around twelve years, but also sad in a way, … Continue reading →
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Ruin published in the USA and Canada - one year ago
Ruin is published today in the USA and Canada, care of those awesome people at Orbit US. By the way, hope you like my new sword…
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