Sunday, October 02, 2016

Juvenilia (Novels from Matt's Teenage Years)

This page offers links to some of Matt's earliest fiction works, written between the ages of 16 and 19. 

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A Flame in the Night - an unpublished historical fiction novel set in medieval England, written when the author was 18 years old, and then lightly edited for serialization on this blog in 2015-16.

A Flame in the Night is not currently available in print form; however, it can be read in its entirety online by using this link 

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Soldiers of the King - a historical fiction novel set in the time of the Crusades, written when the author was just 17 years old (so, although it has gotten many good reviews from readers, the author makes no guarantees about the stylistic quality of the work)

Soldiers of the King may be purchased in paperback form from Amazon, with both new and used copies available.

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Tactus: A Quest for Truth - a historical fiction novel set in the 1st century AD, written when the author was just 16 years old (so, although it has gotten many good reviews from readers, the author makes no guarantees about the stylistic quality of the work)

Tactus: A Quest for Truth may be purchased in paperback form from the publisher or from Amazon, with both new and used copies available.

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Worth It All - an unpublished historical fiction novella, written when the author was 19, this story is set in England of the early 1800s and follows a group of young friends as they navigate through decisions about relationships and vocational calling to the mission field. It can be read in full by following this link

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