BioBest-selling author, martial artist and award-winning writer-director, Charles Harris is also one of Britain's most respected script consultants, having co-founded the first screenwriters workshop in the world, London Screenwriters Workshop. Now Euroscript, it has become one of Europe's most valued script training and consultancy organisations for film and TV. <br /> <br /> His debut novel The Breaking of Liam Glass, was published by Marble City, June 2017 and has featured repeatedly in Amazon's genre best-seller lists, including #1 for satire Hot New Releases. It has been nominated Finalist for a Wishing Shelf book award.<br /> <br /> Charles Harris has won international awards for his documentaries, dramatised documentaries and his debut feature film, Paradise Grove. He has had short stories nominated for awards and his non-fiction work includes the best-selling Teach Yourself: Complete Screenwriting Course (John Murray) and Jaws in Space (Creative Essentials). Both are recommended reading on MA screenwriting courses. <br /> <br /> He is also a sixth Dan in the martial art of Aikido.<br /> <br /> He lives in London with his wife. They have two cats, who currently live with them, and two sons who currently don’t.
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The Cupboard: Seven Unusual Stories
AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY A party guest who walks into a cupboard and is never seen again… A family man who lives a lie… A woman whose love of cats takes a dark turn… An angel who crashes his chariot on a test drive… …The seven stories in this short collection are brimming with off-beat invention, wry humour, compassion and an original vision of the possibilities of life. Award-winning film-maker Charles Harris brings his razor-sharp eye and the effortless control of a master storyteller to pack a novel's worth of plot into a page. Each story reveals a world that is both recognisable and yet subtly shifted as he tells of the moments when lives are changed forever. PLUS SPECIAL BONUS: The opening of Charles Harris' new debut novel - the crime-satire The Breaking of Liam Glass