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About meI am a writer living and working in Brno, Czech Republic. I love living here because my lifestyle has enabled me to get back into writing. I run my own movie blog, Video Krypt, and also write restaurant and pub reviews for various opinion sites.

My children's book is almost finished now, combining a new fairytale with old folklore from my part of the world, East Anglia. My influences range from PG Tips adverts to Bohumil Hrabal.

I am also trying to promote my back catalogue of short stories. I'm not a prolific writer, although I am starting to create some new material other than my kid's book.



Real nameLee Robert Adams

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Member sinceFeb 17, 2013

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