About

As the first dawn of 1986 approached Robert D. Spake was thrust into the world. After a thoroughly unremarkable childhood he ventured away from Southampton to study Philosophy at the University of Kent in Canterbury. There, he started exploring his creativity and wrote Angelic Hellfire.

Once he graduated he traveled to America where he lived in Orlando and worked at Disneyworld. Living and working in the most magical place on Earth was an amazing experience, and it was quite a shock when he unceremoniously returned to England. After four years slashing his way through the wilderness of the soul he decided to finally focus and release his works.

Currently he has four books available. Two novels – Angelic Hellfire & Fraudulent, a short story collection – I. Tomorrow? and Other Stories, and a collection of poetry – Step Into Your Soul. He also has a blog where, among other things, he is writing a serial story about a superhero called Felicio.

He has a wide range of interests and this is reflected in his work, where one of his aims is to write at least one thing in every genre. While the genres may be different, the themes can be similar. A lot of his characters struggle with finding their place in the world and the purpose to their lives. Another common theme is the tragedy of love and how treacherous and painful the road to true love can be.

 

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you for participating in the Writer Block poetry sharing event. In addition to helping people with writer’s block, you have been nominated for a Sunshine Award. Sunshine Awards are given to people who share sunshine with others. Nominations were posted last night at 10 PM (my time) on http://dragonplume.wordpress.com, http://dragonplume.blogspot.com, and

    http://www.tumblr.com/blog/dragonplume. Thank you and congratulations!

    Sincerely,

    Elizabeth Bergquist

  2. HI! I love your blog and wanted you to know that I nominated you for the Leibster Award. It’s a great way to help promote your blog and bring bloggers together. I hope you will participate! :)

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