Wilburson, who prefers to be known as H.E, was born in Wales and although he lives in south east England, has a strong affinity to the country of his birth. He always feels compelled to visit any time he is within fifty miles of the border and perhaps that is why he chose to feature the Welsh mountains in his first two books.
'The Day Of The Martians' is his debut book and the first in 'The Martian Diaries' trilogy. He only started writing properly within the last five years, although he has been composing music all his life. Having always enjoyed 'The War Of The Worlds' by H.G.Wells, he felt he wanted to continue the story himself as there seemed to be questions left unanswered. And so he created his sequel to Wells' science fiction classic and added his own music and sound effects to the audio book recording. Book 2 of the series, 'Lake On The Moon', will be out early in 2019 and links even more closely to the story of H.G.Wells' original characters.
Currently H.E is working on the third book in the trilogy, 'Gateway To Mars', which should be available by late 2019. Apart from the audio book series he has an unfinished stand alone story set around the time of World War I and also some unpublished poetry.
Sample chapters of his books can be found on the website https://www.martiandiaries.com
You can also connect with him on Twitter https://twitter.com/martiandiaries @martiandiaries
Volume 1 'The Day Of The Martians' - out now
Volume 2' Lake On The Moon '- coming soon 2019
Volume 3' Gateway To Mars'
The Day of the Martians
- The Martian Diaries, Volume 1
- By: H.E. Wilburson
- Narrated by: Terry Thompson, Harry Preston
- Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
The terror of the coming of the Martians has become a distant memory, a bad dream that has faded with time. It is now 1913 and the cosy, suburban life of the writer from H G Wells' iconic The War of the Worlds descends again into a Martian nightmare....
- By Zoe on 05-12-18
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