Author Profile: Stephen Deas

The Silver Kings www.stephendeas.com
@stephendeas
On Wikipedia
Purveyor of dragons and occasionally spaceships.

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Stephen Deas on Carabas (search)

Books by the author

The Memory of Flames Sequence

Silver Kings

CPP - SD - The Adamantine Palace - Memory of Flames 1 CPP - SD - The King of Crags - Memory of Flames 2 CPP - SD - The Order of Scales - Memory of Flames 3 CPP - SD - The Black Mausoleum - Memory of Flames 4 CPP - SD - Dragon Queen - Memory of Flames 5 9780575100589 The Silver Kings
More on Carabas
More on Carabas

The Thief-Takers Apprentice

As Gavin Deas with Gavin G. Smith

CPP - SD - The Thief-Takers Apprentice CPP - SD - The Warlock's Shadow - The Thief-Takers Apprentice 2 CPP - SD - The King's Assassin - The Thief-Takers Apprentice 3 CPP - GD - Elite Wanted CPP - GD - Empires Infiltration CPP - GD - Empires Extraction

Gallow, as Nathan Hawke

CPP - SD - Gallow 1 The Crimson Shield CPP - SD - Gallow 2 Cold Redemption CPP - SD - Gallow 3 The Last Bastion CPP - SD - Gallow Sequel 1 The Anvil CPP - SD - Gallow Sequel 2 Solace
The Crimson Shield
Cold Redemption
The Last Bastion
The Anvil (E-Book only)
Solace (E-Book only)

As Sapper

As S.J. Deas

CPP - SD - Sapper - Dead Man's Gate CPP - SD - Sapper - Faceless Men CPP - SD - Sapper - The Jaguar Mask CPP - SD - SJDeas - The Royalist
Bulldog Drummond – E-Books only
The Royalist (Historical Fiction)

 

About – Bio from the author’s site

I was born in Southeast England, in 1968, and mostly brought up in a town full of retired colonels. My early memories largely consist of running around building sites and being able to spell ‘colonel’ at an unusually early age. Like most people of that sort of age, I took to making up imaginary friends to supplement my real ones. Unlike most people, I never quite stopped. Instead, like a lot of my peers, I discovered Dungeons and Dragons and video games, I’ve been writing about them in one form or another ever since.

Aside from writing books and pretending to be other people (which I suggest largely amount to the the same thing), I have, at various times, been obsessed with mathematics, classical piano music, kung-fu, particle physics and Sid Meier’s Civilisation (the original). Anything that explodes is fascinating, rockets are irresistible, but those are genetic things and thus Not My Fault. There were some years when life was quite unlikely, took me to some interesting places and offered unusual things. The first time I went on holiday abroad, a war broke out. I’ve noticed this happens a lot. Mostly I don’t think the two are conntected, but please don’t tell the bomb-squad where I live. Once was enough.

I now live in a different part of South-east England with my wife. I have two small children who are like having one of those hand-held blender things permanently rammed into my brain, love them dearly as I do (it gets better as they age, and worse in other ways). I continue to pretend to be other people, most frequently A Responsible Parent(TM). Family life has rather curtailed any experiments in domestic rocketry, which is probably why dragons have such appeal. Much of my life (aside from the headline highlights, such as meeting wife-to-be, birth of first son etc.) has been lost to the mists of time and the haze of the Small Child Blender Effect. You never know – being bought beer at conventions might jog one or two memories loose :-)