About

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Hi, my name is Richard Holliday and I’m a writer residing in South London. I’m also a student of Creative Writing and English Literature at Kingston University, and I’m expecting to graduate in 2018. I mainly write short stories of a science-fiction, post-apocalyptic or cyberpunk/techno-thriller bent.

I’ve also written a psychological techno-thriller short film Doors which I hope to be able to make in 2017. My short story Piracy was published in March 2015 as part of the online magazine SciFi Max’s Cyberpunk Special.

I’ve been writing off-and-on since a young age, and I’ve always enjoyed stories. I made my first forays into ‘serious’ writing in 2010 when I took part in National Novel Writing Month. It’s this experience that I feel has propelled me into pursuing writing – a hobby I love – as a serious endeavour and while ‘success’ is currently just out of reach I’m still enjoying every minute of it!

When not writing you can likely find my face stuffed into either my Kindle or a paperback. I also casually enjoy video games and vegging in front of the TV.

Feel free to browse my site for my creative work, reviews, project updates and everything inbetween!

If you want to contact me, my Twitter is @rjpholliday, Facebook page is Richard Holliday Author and my contact form, if you’d rather use that, is here. Look forward to hearing from you!

Richard (6/8/2016) :-)

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Nathan Quiring July 28, 2014 / 8:32 PM

    Dude, I think you have some awesome writing talent and a sweet blog, so I nominated you for the Liebster Award. it’s an award that encourages newer bloggers(less than 200 followers) to continue writing. Check out the details here http://thirdagechronicles.com/2014/07/28/165/
    Happy Blogging!

    • Richard Holliday July 30, 2014 / 4:04 AM

      Hi Nathan,

      Thanks for the notification! I’ll be more than happy to give answering you questions as soon as I can!

      I’m also quite touched that you included my blog as you genuinely enjoyed it and felt connected with. Certainly quite a compliment for me. It’d be awesome if you’d be able to tell me what I’m doing right sometime! :-)

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