My Published Works

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Mistakes were Made

2020 turned out to be a year most of the world would spend in pajamas. And that’s what we should have done!!

It’s not as bad as it looks

Wait—What? You are where now?” This is the phrase that has come to haunt us. Read what happens next in our journey.

A Fast Bike to Byzantium

The year—1986. The destination—Istanbul. Dead horses, armed border guards and bumpy tortoises stand in his way.

A Fast Bike to North Cape

The year—1989. The destination—Nordkapp, deep inside the Arctic Circle.

Other books by Andy C Wareing

Children of the Unhomed

River should have been heir to the throne of Oceania, but she is held, a prisoner of both the rebel insurrectionists and of the prophecies concealed within her own mind, the same prophecies that hold the secret to the survival of her entire species.

Can River find a way to unlock the ancient mysteries of her mind, to reach across the unimaginable chasm of space and time, to save what remains of the fleet and the last hope for humanity’s survival?

The Haunting of Edgar Allan Poe

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4.7/5.0 on Amazon

Inspired by chilling actual events, Edgar Allan Poe’s dark world comes to life in this terrifying tale.

Editorial Review:

“This tale of dark forces and the unlikely assemblage that stands against it is powered by an earnestly compelling mystery wrapped around an inventive, twisting reimagining of Edgar Allan Poe’s life that will be sure to captivate genre-lovers and admirers of Poe’s work alike.” – (The Booklife Prize).

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The Haunting of Edgar Allan Poe

Amazon Reviews

A gothic masterpiece

“If you like the suspense of Poe and the “epicness” of Lovecraft, you must read this book!

“19th century America meets horror story. Fast-paced and engaging.”

“It’s a real gem of paranormal horror.

“Mystery, horror and gloom combine in this gothic tale that weaves together historical facts with fiction and the occult.”

“Great story. I found myself completely immersed in the period…”