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Chris Lynch

Chris Lynch is a writer, technologist, digital marketeer, film-maker, comic book guy, part-time hypnotist, foodie, and general nuisance.

For the past few years, Chris has been writing Doctor Who spin-off stories in the "Haisman Universe" featuring characters such as Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, Lucy Wilson, monsters such as the Quarks and the Great Intelligence, and a few of his own creations. Chris' first book for the "Lucy Wilson Mysteries" series "Curse of the Mirror Clowns" was short-listed for a Scribe Award in 2019.

When Chris isn't working on books, he also writes screenplays, comic books, and audio dramas. His most recent screenplay, OffWorld, is currently in post-production with a major US distributor attached.

Once a week Chris is co-host of an online radio show/podcast "Soundclash" on South Wales ONE. From time to time, you can also find him at live South Wales ONE community and charity events.

By day, Chris is IT Director for a major InsureTech business in South Wales and, prior to that, was CTO and founder of the a leading digital agency specializing in eCommerce and bespoke solutions. Chris enjoys writing about technology and digital marketing, with particular reference to how these intersect with writing and how authors can better market themselves online. In 2018, Chris wrote ["The Truth About SEO"], a guide to digital marketing for business owners that became a number 1 Amazon Best Seller in a number of categories.

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Lucy Wilson has been dragged down to Llantwit Major beach by her best friend Hobo, in search of fossils. For the self-proclaimed "Defender of Earth", it doesn't promise to be the most exciting of Sunday afternoons. But, of course, as well being the Defender of Earth, Lucy is also a weirdness magnet and it's not long before her quiet afternoon fossil hunting with Hobo has turned into a time and space spanning mystery involving intergalactic theme parks, giant serpents, aliens disguised as other aliens, and a trip back through the history of Llantwit Major.

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When the 10thology anthology was being put together, a last-minute drop-out meant that we were in danger of creating a "9thology". Creator, editor, and publisher of 10thology, Stuart Tipples, has known me a long time though and knew exactly how I would respond to the sentence "But Chris, there's no way you could write a story in the next few days".

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