Stephen Cook has had an adventurous life but none of his exploits have yielded the same tenacity he has for the profession of writing. He took something that began as a hobby and turned it into a career. His beginnings as a hobbyist fiction writer quickly turned into much more the moment he decided to approach his writing head on and without any back offs.
He completed his first book of science fiction short stories "Genghis Kant," which one reader said "…is hilarious - everyone should buy it - it is easily as funny as Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Spinal Tap and Terry Pratchett," and one of his short stories, "Vara Stakis" was accepted for publication in a British Anthology. He is a regular contributor to the American Liberty Beacon project, published two books of poetry, writes sci-fi, supernatural, humor but has also written a couple of very important non-fiction works, including a book on the subject of economic reform titled, "The Worm in the Apple." It is Cook's attempt at exposing the current monetary system as a huge fraud and he takes pride in knowing he has done his part to educate people about such an important and penetrating issue. On top of this, Stephen Cook is also a freelance copywriter contributing written works for websites, newsletters, advertisements, and press releases. He is also a regularly featured columnist for The Sussex Newspaper in England and publishes the free online satirical newspaper The Daily Scare.
Stephen Cook is definitely a man that knows what he wants from life. He has followed his life's passion for the written word and today his writings are found all across our planet. You can find out more about Stephen Cook and discover his works for yourself on his website:
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