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Ben Galley


UK flag (b.1987)

BEN GALLEY was born in sunny England in 1987. Since then he has written books, dreamt a great many dreams, and insistently become a nuisance. Those of you who frequent the sandy shores of the English isle might have seen the wanted posters. Ben is one of the youngest Self-Published authors in the UK. He released his debut book - THE WRITTEN, the first in the fast-paced fantasy Emaneska Series, in early 2011, after writing most of it on his mobile phone while working at a number of bars and pasty vendors

Genres: Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction
 
Novels
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Omnibus
   Lone Wolf Anthology (2017) (with Damon J Courtney, James Downe, Joseph R Lallo, Michael D LeFevre, Jeffrey Poole, Derek Alan Siddoway and Timandra Whitecastle)
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Collections
   Lost Lore (2018) (with J P Ashman, Dyrk Ashton, David Benem, Celia Bryce, T L Greylock, Jeffrey Hall, Laura M Hughes, Alec Hutson, Steven Kelliher, Michael R Miller, Bryce O'Connor, Benedict Patrick, Mike Shel, Phil Tucker and Timandra Whitecastle)
   Heroes Wanted (2019) (with Dyrk Ashton, Jeramy Coble, Jefferey Hall, Jeffrey Hall, Laura M Hughes, Joe Jackson, J C Kang, JC Kang, Matt Moss, Quenby Olson, Andy Pelquin, Daniel Potter, M D Presley, Mike Shel, Derek Alan Siddoway, Michael J Sullivan, Phil Tucker, K S Villoso and Will Wight)
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Novellas
   Shards (2017)
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Series contributed to
Warhammer 40,000 (with Marc Collins, Ben Counter, Michael R Fletcher, Sean Grigsby, Guy Haley, Gareth Hanrahan, Rob J Hayes, Gary Kloster, Graeme Lyon, Gavin G Smith and Anna Stephens)
   Inferno! Volume 5 (2020)
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Non fiction
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Ben Galley recommends
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The Shadow of Black Wings (2012)
(Year of the Dragon, book 1)
James Calbraith
"The real-world cultures are incredibly well-researched and truthful, and yet well-balanced with the fantasy elements. An intriguing and impressive series."
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Stranger of Tempest (2016)
(God Fragments, book 1)
Tom Lloyd
"Deliciously dark and dangerous - Stranger of Tempest grabs you by the throat on the first page and only squeezes tighter from there on in."

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