Author has written 27 stories for Harry Potter, A song of Ice and Fire, New Girl, Firefly, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Misc. Tv Shows, Derry Girls, and Our Girl.
First off, thanks for taking the time to read my stories. I hope you like them. Now a bit about me. I am from Canada and I live in Seoul, South Korea where I teach English conversation at a small college. I am married and I have two daughters. And yes, I'm a man, in my mid-50s, since someone asked me that once. I also write English textbooks in my spare time. Despite my job, my spelling and grammar do tend to slip at times, which is quite embarrassing and also why the publishing companies I work for have editors. On a more personal note, I like reading history, military history, fantasy and sci-fi, enjoy all genres of movies except horror, and I love baseball, football (both types) and hockey (just ice). I truly hope you like my stories, and comments are always welcome, the good and the bad. Thanks much.
I am on Twitter if you want to follow me and my writing adventures and other things on my life in Korea. https://twitter.com/Stephenpoirier1
Several of my own stories can be found on Amazon. Here are the links if you want to check out the first few pages of them.
Mars Station: A Martian Murder Mystery (detective story, full-length novel) - Amazon - https:///dp/B09BDQ8JYT
A seemingly routine suicide investigation leads Mars Station's top detectives Archie MacNeil and Sylvia Vanhatten on a journey through the corridors of power on Mars Colony as a madman tries to destroy Earth's wandering children far from home.
The Magic Detection Agency: Book 1 - The Boy in the Mirror (fantasy, full-length novel) - Amazon - http:///dp/B007RZ4JYE
Magic is real. Karen Jenkins didn't believe it was, but now she has no choice. She used to be a thief in New York City. One night on the job she saw something amazing in a mirror and her life changed forever. Now she is caught up in a crazy adventure with a secret society of magic users - the so-called Magic Detection Agency - as they try to return to a parallel world that is on the other side of the mirror. But there is danger around every corner as Karen and her new friends are confronted with evil creatures and other magic users that will do anything to stop them. At stake is the domination of the world on the other side of the mirror.
Into the Badlands - (post-apocalyptic adventure, full-length novel) - Amazon - http:///dp/B00FPKUPBE
Charlie Grimes knows a secret. Deep in the Badlands, the blasted wasteland of a post-apocalyptic western United States, lies something that can save his dying world. Leading an army patrol of five soldiers, Charlie heads west, not knowing others also know the secret, others who will kill anyone who gets in their way. As the two groups converge on the lost secret's hidden location, an epic struggle begins which only a few lucky ones will survive.
The Meeting - (thriller/horror, short story) - Amazon - http:///dp/B00AKX0J1W
Two enemies are killed at the same time by the same man and journey to a strange meeting where their final fates will be determined.
The Deserter - (war/horror, short story) - Amazon - http:///dp/B00IE9EYWE
Shell-shocked and wounded on the blasted battlefields of France in World War I , Private Bliss encounters a strange Soldier who is there to do his master's bidding, searching for the souls of the dead, including Bliss'.
The Garden of Eden - (magical realism, short story) - Amazon - http:///dp/B00TO14DS6
A lumber tycoon being sued by an extreme environmentalist group unwittingly discovers the real Garden of Eden.
Teaching English in Korea - (how to book) - Amazon - http:///Teaching-English-in-Korea-ebook/dp/B0058ON4QU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1309880138&sr=8-2
"Teaching English in Korea" is the book you must read to prepare to find a job and live in Korea. With over 15 years of experience living and working in Korea, the author has a wealth of experience to share with those coming to Korea for the first time. Included are chapters on finding a job, how to get a work visa, what to do before you come, the journey to Korea, what to expect when you arrive, and how to be a good teacher. In addition, there are sections on Korean housing conditions, food and drink, Korean society, and how to deal with problems and annoyances. Included in each section are websites where the reader can get additional information. Intertwining facts and figures with the author’s personal stories to give the reader a firsthand account of life in Korea, "Teaching English in Korea" is an enjoyable, easy to read how-to-do it book that will help you know as much as you can before you come to live and work in Korea.