Fred Rayworth found his passion for writing in 1995. He’s so far completed eleven full-length novels and is currently working on number twelve, in genres including science fiction, icky bug (horror), adventure/thriller and fantasy. Multiple short horror stories made it to publication including The House, which appeared in the anthology Between the Pages, 2003, The Walk Home in Writer’s Bloc 2006, and The Basement in Writer’s Bloc II, 2008. His short science fiction story Fun In The Outland appeared in the anthology First Voyage in 2008 while his short fantasy story Don’t Mess With A Snorg saw publication in the anthology A World of Their Own in 2009. His autobiographical short story Galf appeared in the anthology Writer’s Bloc IV, 2012 and his short autobiographical story Dye-No-Myte appeared in Writer’s Bloc V in 2014. His supernatural short story, The Mine Pit was selected for Writer’s Bloc VI 2015 and his latest non-fiction short story, Orange Orange Orange appeared in Writer’s Bloc VII 2016.
Meleena’s Adventures – Treasure Of The Umbrunna, his first fantasy novel, went live in November, 2015. He’s completed the sequel (novel eleven) and is hard at work on the third.
Lusitania Gold, his first in a series of six (so far) adventure\thrillers went live in August, 2017 with endorsements from Carol Davis Luce and James Rollins.
He’s also published numerous non-fiction articles on amateur astronomy including co-founding and editing the Observer’s Challenge for the Las Vegas Astronomical Society. When not writing, he can be found either making something out of wood in his garage or out under a dark sky pursuing faint fuzzy objects with his telescope. You can read his writing tips and other adventures at his web site below.
The books are available at all the major on-line outlets including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords as well as at Mystic Publishers, Inc.
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