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. He is the author of the epic fantasy series The Faithful and the Fallen including Malice, Valour, Ruin and Wrath.
To dig deeper into the epic fantasy series The Faithful and the Fallen, including Malice, Valour, Ruin and the final conclusion Wrath, we asked author John Gwynne 5 questions about everything from writing, to his inspiration and his favourite moments.
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With Wrath bringing the Faithful and the Fallen series to its breathtaking final conclusion, epic fantasy author John Gwynne told us how he feels about the Faithful and Fallen series coming to an end.
We asked epic fantasy author John Gwynne about his book Valour, the second installment in the Faithful and the Fallen series, complete with even more battles and betrayal.
A Time of Dread - 6 months ago
A Time of Dread, book one Of Blood and Bone, is available for pre-order, due to be published on 9th January 2018 in the US and Canada, and 11th January 2018 in the UK. Amazon UK Amazon US
Voting open in the last round of the David GemmellAwards for Fantasy - 11 months ago
Voting is now open in the last round of the David Gemmell Awards for Fantasy. Click on the link below to cast your vote. http://www.gemmellawards.com/award-voting-2017/ I’m overjoyed to tell you that WRATH has made it into the shortlist for the … Continue reading →
WRATH UK paperback - 11 months ago
WRATH is published in paperback this week – 4th May. This marks the final outing of Corban and his motley band, the final instalment of The Faithful and the Fallen. It’s been fifteen years in the writing, so quite a … Continue reading →
Journey’s Anthology - one year ago
If you were wondering how Balur the giant came to be known as Balur One-Eye, you might be interested in reading a short story I’ve recently written. You can find it in the anthology titled JOURNEYS, alongside a barrage of … Continue reading →
The David Gemmell Awards – voting open - one year 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 Wrath has been nominated for two of them: the Legend Award, which is for … Continue reading →