Hello all Serial Readers! Today I'd like to introduce you to author James Stoddah. You may know him from his two published works: Ring Of Conscience and A Parallel Trust. A Parallel Trust came out just this summer and is currently available on Amazon.
James was kind enough to treat us to a guest post where he explains the benefits of visiting real places in fiction.
Once again, I'd like to thank James for stopping by. Comment bellow if you enjoyed this guest post or if you'd like to ask James more!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
James Stoddah is a UK novelist and Huffington Post blogger. He has written two contemporary treasure hunt mysteries, Ring of Conscience and A Parallel Trust, and created the Melodema online treasure hunt.
For more information visit www.jamesstoddah.com of find on social media, including @JamesStoddah on Twitter.
What begins as an exciting challenge turns into a countdown to save a young girl's life... As seventeen-year old Aril Ousby, the son of a renowned astrophysicist, embarks on a geocache treasure hunt in Britain, a series of kidnappings takes place in the United States. How are these events connected? Is Aril right to trust the enigmatic architect of the treasure hunt - or is he being led into an elaborate trap? Is the puzzle master motivated by altruism - or greed? And why has he chosen to involve Aril in his scheme? Aril and his friend Unity are drawn into a mystery that leads them to look at the Earth from a new perspective and to address a fundamental question: can future generations avoid the mistakes their parents made?