Liam Jenkins is on a mission to change how we think about creativity.
For Liam, creativity isn't just about self-expression or making art for art's sake. It's about using creativity to make a difference in the world.
Liam believes that stories have the power to change lives and that everyone has a story to tell. That's why he decided to begin writing, which helps people of all ages and backgrounds share their stories with the world.
Liam is proof that one person can make a difference in the world through creativity. And he's just getting started. Liam's vision is to create a world where creativity is valued as much as it was thousands of years ago when creatives were considered the most important people in their communities.
With Liam's passion and dedication, there's no doubt that he'll achieve his goal.
Liam has worked in several PR, communications and marketing agencies for ten years. With a selection of articles published in Insurance, IT & Health and Safety trade magazines. But nothing in the creative sense.
But one incredible trip to Madeira, Portugal, back in 2012 sparked the birth of Dylan McFinn. Things have never been the same since. Dylan McFinn, his alter ego, and central character in the debut novel Dylan McFinn & The Sea Serpent's Fury, was born on that fateful day.
Dylan's antics are based on his own (mis)adventures and those of his family and friends. He's never lived in an underwater village but has some crazy stories to tell! Dylan is the manifestation of Liam's wildest dreams and fantasies, and he hopes readers will enjoy following his adventures as much as I enjoy writing them.
Liam Jenkins is a writer who has found catharsis and inspiration in his work. Liam was diagnosed with anxiety and depression in his late Thirties. After years of struggling with mental health issues, Liam found that writing fiction was a way to escape his problems and explore different aspects of his personality. Liam's stories often deal with themes of hope and determination, and he hopes they will inspire other young people to be creative and never give up on themselves.
Liam's work has been published in several anthologies and he is currently working on his first novel. Liam believes everyone has a story to tell, and he is proof that it is never too late to start writing your own.
Liam Jenkins is a writer who believes the world needs a new influx of modern-day fairy stories, stories laced with peril, triumph and moral dilemmas. Liam says these stories would be more relatable to readers and teach essential life lessons.
He points to the popularity of fantasy novels and movies as evidence that there is a demand for these types of stories. Liam believes that modern-day fairy stories would help instil essential values in young people, such as courage and self-sacrifice. In addition, he argues that these stories would provide an escape from the mundane problems of everyday life. Whether or not you agree with Liam, there is no denying that the world could use more tales of magic and adventure.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Pupil at St Edmunds;
I would recommend this book to people who like Percy Jackson because his dad is from under the sea. I would also recommend this book to people who like an adventure
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