A. M. Keen
Alan M Keen first rose to prominence in 2010 with his self published book, ‘The Dark Army.' It was the first in the series of the ‘Tales of Averon’ books, originally written for children, which chronicle a battle between woodland animals living inside a vast forest. With the success of his first book, Alan self published the second in the series, titled ‘The Beast.’ He made the local news in 2011, as fans from began visiting his home county of Northamptonshire, to see the inspirational areas where the books were based. The books also found an audience with adults, due to its dark themes and plot line. By 2012, the third book had been written. Alan decided to re-release the first two books with the new release, as a trilogy edition. ‘Tales of Averon: Dawn of the Great War’ published in mid 2012, and won the New Generation Publishing Prize for best book of the year. Alan began work on his book ‘Haunted,’ a paranormal horror set off the west coast of the US. It published in November 2013, and immediately hit cult status. It is also the only fictional, paranormal book in the world to be officially endorsed by four, real life, celebrity paranormal investigators. In early 2014, Alan turned his work back to an English setting, and wrote the fantasy / horror novel ‘Witch,’ set during the Jacobian period. The book was published a few months later. Due to its success, 'Witch' will be re-published in mid 2016 under the new title 'Drawing Down The Moon.' In May 2014, he wrote the story and script for the independent British horror movie, ‘Nyctophobia,’ which premiered on October 30th, and was also the researcher for the TV show 'UK Haunted' which aired on Halloween in 2015. This year, Alan will publish his next novel 'The Midnight Inferno' whilst working on a number of various projects for TV, film and literature.Read more Read less
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