Simon Corbin
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Simon Corbin

Simon Corbin is an author from southwest London, England. Simon was educated at Rugby School, London University and Cambridge University. Simon spent over 20 years as a freelance writer/journalist (writing feature articles for newspapers and magazines and completing copywriting assignments for advertising agencies, government departments and blue chip clients) before moving into teaching. (Simon has taught both journalism and creative writing at Richmond Adult & Community College in Surrey, UK). Writing novels has long been a key ambition for Simon – becoming a practical reality at the age of 25 when Simon published his first novel, Rude Boy. This was followed by the concept thriller Love, Gudrun Ensslin and the darkly comic 'kitchen sink' family drama, Little Bastard. Never hidebound by genre, Simon’s most recent novel, Black Dog, is a crime-supernatural chiller. In recent years, Simon has branched out into screenwriting – collaborating with a co-writer on a script for a TV thriller under the guidance of a BAFTA-winning TV producer and co-authoring a horror movie script for Hollywood investors. Outside writing, Simon’s interests include cartooning and caricaturing (something he has enjoyed ever since he could hold a pen), playing music (having spent eight years as a drummer in Punk bands, Simon now plays guitar and writes songs) and playing tennis (up to three times a week, when weather permits). Website: https://simoncorbin.wordpress.com

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