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   Writers: Stuart William Hagan (1962 - , England)  
  About the author  

Stuart William Hagan was born in Hanover, Germany, when his father was based with the British forces in 1962. He was raised in Glasgow, Scotland for a while before moving to Ravenscroft, Kirkby at the age of 6.
Following the death of his mother, he lived with his grandmother before moving to Huyton, Liverpool, where he spent his senior school years.

He began writing poetry and developed a healthy interest in reading at the age of 11.

Currently working on a NHS project, Stuart spends much of his spare time writing between 12 hour shifts. He lives in a comfortable house with his wife and 2 sons where he also composes his own songs\music.

Biography provided by the author, November 2008.

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  2006.  Truth of the Unicorns   (Amazon - Alibris)
2007.  Danny and Bongo Wiggins go to Caterpillar Kingdom   (Amazon - Alibris)
2008.  Truth of the Dragons, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
unknown future date.  Cobwebs of Pearl
unknown future date.  Danny and the Cold Xmas

unknown future date.  Little's Voyage, The
unknown future date.  Occasion Mists Final Part I, The
unknown future date.  Within the Heart of Time Part 1
  • Occasion Mists, The
      Recurring themes  

  • Alien Invasions (5 books)
  • Aliens - Extra-terrestrials (4 books)
  • Unicorns (3 books)
  • Shapeshifters - Changelings - Transformation (3 books)
  • Humor - Comedy - Satire (3 books)
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