Robert Wingfield

Author, Editor and Wordsmith

His completed works include genres such as Science Fiction, Travel, Young Adult, Gothic and Satire.
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He runs the Inca Project, a free resource Incorporating No Conventional Authors, to help Independent, New, Creative, Ardent writers to achieve the dream of getting their works into print.

Robert is an editor in his own right, copy-editing and proof-reading works for the Inca members and others. He can take your manuscript and convert it into EPUB, MOBI and most other formats for e-readers, should you require it. For well-formatted documents, there will be no charge.

He spends his waking hours, when not writing or editing, as Submissions Director for the international agency, Fiery Seas Publishing, and is pleased with the general high quality of the works sent in by many creative new authors.

A free book?

A sequel to Stefan and the Sand-witch has been completed. Stefan and the Spirit of the Woods is a short children's adventure, with a strong ecological message. It is not available through the standard outlets, but you can have a preview copy for your e-reader if you want it. Check out the links on this page.

News

Countdown to Omega

Currently completed and with the editor is a standalone novel taking us right back to the origins of the Nephilim, as seen in 'Strangers with the Eyes of Men'. It was too good an opportunity to miss, what with the questions as to whether the 'gods' as witnessed by our forefathers were really simply visitors from another world.
'Countdown to Omega' begins with an alien escape pod crash-landing on the peaceful planet of An-ki. Why wouldn't the pilots be revered, with their advanced technology, god-like appearance and foppish hairstyles? Of course, they are not the first to arrive, and their advance party are violently keen to make sure they don't report back what they have been up to.
Caught in the conflict is one of the locals, given a piece of the alien technology when a child. Will she be able to stop the visitors taking her haven down with them?
Calling on historical records, myths and logic, the story explores first contact and the far-reaching effects on the indigenous population, as well as exploring the origins of homo-sapiens itself.

The Fourteenth Adjustment

The fifth book in the Dan series, The Fourteenth Adjustment is shockingly starting to come true. The UK Government are working on the Parking (Code of Practice) Bill. Chief exec (of The British Parking Association) Andrew Pester (that really is his name), said that a "single, mandatory code of practice across the whole sector is important, to ensure that unscrupulous providers don't undermine the parking sector with bad practice." Maybe the the kickback in the Dan universes against the rise of car-parking juntas, the proliferation of traffic revenue cameras, and the persecution of the common person will be reflected in the real world, but then when has reality ever made sense? The Fourteenth Adjustment is the fifth in the Dan series of bawdy, satirical and topical sci-fi, and is an adventure on its own. Here is a glossary (PDF) of the characters, to give you an idea of what to expect.

Animal Rescue

North Cyprus, One Man in a Bus has been republished with monochrome pictures. The full colour version of the pictures is on this web site. The big advantage is that it is half the price - find it here! Another advantage is that the author, although not currently living in TRNC, does have local people checking out that the information is still relevant for you.
50% of the royalties from all the North Cyprus books are being donated to Kyrenia Animal Rescue. Nearly £100 was raised in 2016, but a little less last one. If you would like to donate, anything you can spare would be gratefully received. They even have a UK bank for transfers.

The Inca Project

Many of us have a great story inside, but how do we go about sharing it in a form that won't put our readers to sleep? Incorporating No Conventional Authors, the Inca Project will help you get your book into print, at no cost, other than your time and dedication. The Incas are here to show you how. The Project is growing at a steady pace and now has more than 60 members dedicated to independent writing and mutual support. Competitions are being won and writing contracts being awarded to our increasing band of luminaries.