Iain Aschendale

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Seat 29e, Air Gradia 452
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Third chair triangle, Osaka Community Orchestra

Iain Aschendale

The Caliph of al-Abama, Male, 47, from Seat 29e, Air Gradia 452

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At least you don't die alone when you're buried alive in a mass grave. #silverlinings Nov 15, 2018 at 6:23 AM

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Aug 6, 1971 (Age: 47)
    Home Page:
    http://www.fromadarkerplace.com
    Location:
    Seat 29e, Air Gradia 452
    Occupation:
    Third chair triangle, Osaka Community Orchestra
    Favorite Writers:
    Iain Banks, Hunter S. Thompson, China Mieville, Kim Stanley Robinson, John LeCarre, Herman Melville, W. Somerset Maugham
    Favorite Books:
    Use of Weapons, The Hydrogen Sonata, The City and the City, The Mars Trilogy, Moby Dick, The Razor's Edge, The Moon and Sixpence, Cakes and Ale, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Secret Pilgrim
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Atheist
    Are You Published?:
    No
    Current Project Genre:
    Fantasy
    Current Project:
    Paranormal (Working title)
    Current Project Description:
    Comedic noir urban fantasy (Dirk Gently, Christopher Moore, Garrett P.I.
    Current Project Type:
    • Novels
    Progress Journal:
    https://www.writingforums.org/threads/iains-fresh-start.155688/
    Current Stage of Project:
    Writing
    Standalone or Series?:
    Standalone
    Draft:
    First Draft (In Progress)
    Status:
    In Progress
    Target Word Count:
    80000
    Current Word Count:
    15000

    Signature

    -Iain
    My stories blog: from a darker place...
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