He will be selling paperback and hardback copies of his brilliant dark fantasy novel #thegriefofgodlessgames, as well as posters and bookmarks. He will also be signing any copy put in front of him and talking about the characters from the book.
20% of the money raised at the event will be donated equally to a local charity and humanitarian relief in Gaza. Please go along, even if just for an excuse to drink in an excellent village pub at the weekend.
Also, Joe will be doing another presentation about his book, and the fantasy genre in literature as a whole, on Saturday 9th December, from 10.30am to 11.30am as part of the British Library's Fantasy Exhibition at Nuneaton Library. Here's a link to the event:
Join us in celebrating the British Library's Fantasy Exhibition at Nuneaton Library with J.T. Audsley, where he will be talking about his new book, The Grief of Godless Games.
(Books will be available to purchase at the end of the session, but will be cash only.)
J. T. Audsley is a graduate of Coventry University, achieving a Master's in Professional Creative Writing in 2019. During his studies, Audsley became fascinated by Norse mythology and Viking history. His dissertation, titled "A Literary Explanation of How Norse Mythology Has Influenced Fantasy Fiction," exemplified his dedication to understanding the profound impact of ancient tales on contemporary storytelling.
An enriching experience teaching English in South Korea offered him a glimpse into a vibrant culture vastly different from his own. Drawing inspiration from this journey, he expertly wove elements of Korean culture into the fabric of his fantasy world, lending it an authenticity that adds depth and intrigue to his narrative.
Beyond novel writing, he writes poetry, short stories, and historical articles. He attended poetry events during university, immersing himself in rich artistic expression.
As an author, J. T. Audsley aspires to transport readers to extraordinary worlds where imagination intertwines with history and myth, inviting them to experience the profound depths of emotion in "The Grief of Godless Games." With his innate ability to craft captivating stories, Audsley stands poised to leave an indelible mark on fantasy fiction.
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