Sussex Newspaper Columnist in Paperback.
The Sussex newspaper’s very own columnist, Steve Cook, has just published a new novel.
Entitled, “Genghis Kant: a tale of interstellar rock stardom and differences of musical opinion” it is an entertaining, tongue-in-cheek science fiction adventure, written in Stephen’s unique humorous style.
Available on line either as a paperback or ebook, it is the first of a series of books the author and Sussex newspaper stalwart will release this year.
Feedback is already encouraging. Reviews describe the book as “the funniest thing since sliced bread,” and “pure fiction from beginning to end.”
Stephen is already the author of several works of non-fiction. He began writing as soon as he could hold at pencil at the young age of 27 and has gone on to cut a controversial but loveable figure in his own bathroom, becoming of late become something of a legend in his own mind.
Speaking of his new novel, he said:”It only took me 37 year to finish the ruddy thing, so I am as you can imagine, totally knackered.”
More information about “Genghis Kant” can be found at Steve’s blog.