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Gales from the Eastern Wind.
By G.G. Doyle

Series Description:

A collection of short stories spanning numerous genres and tones -- but with a common thematic thread.

Gales from the Eastern Wind explores and expands on the universal concept of conflict and resolution within such realms as light versus dark, head versus heart, and everything else in between.

Category/Genre(s): Short Stories, Paranormal, Mystery/Thriller, Science Fiction
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For G.G. Doyle:

Newfoundland-born G.G. Doyle’s love for fictional narratives began in early childhood. His father, an ironworker by trade, would spend hours reading him tales from classic Irish mythology.

Being in a blue-collar family, Doyle kept his affinity for word-craft on the 'back-burner', pursuing it more as a hobby. He wrote screenplays on his days off — and managed to get four scripts produced into feature films. But after a few decades of ‘grinding it out’ in the blue-collar world, frustration reared its ugly head and Doyle needed a change.

Having experienced first-hand how poorly screenwriters were treated by the filmmaking industry — Doyle decided to explore other literary avenues. He had one script ‘Law of the Paw' adapted into a graphic novel, and wrote a children's book series 'LAFFNATTER, The Guy With Wheels On His Feet'. Doyle also penned two well-received stage plays which he directed — but still felt something was missing.

Though unsure about dipping his toe into the commercial fiction pool at an age most folks were already prepped for retirement, Doyle finally gave in to his curiosity, interested to see what reaction his fictional works could generate.







Series Description:

A collection of short stories spanning numerous genres and tones -- but with a common thematic thread.

Gales from the Eastern Wind explores and expands on the universal concept of conflict and resolution within such realms as light versus dark, head versus heart, and everything else in between.

Category/Genre(s): Short Stories, Paranormal, Mystery/Thriller, Science Fiction
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For G.G. Doyle:

Newfoundland-born G.G. Doyle’s love for fictional narratives began in early childhood. His father, an ironworker by trade, would spend hours reading him tales from classic Irish mythology.

Being in a blue-collar family, Doyle kept his affinity for word-craft on the 'back-burner', pursuing it more as a hobby. He wrote screenplays on his days off — and managed to get four scripts produced into feature films. But after a few decades of ‘grinding it out’ in the blue-collar world, frustration reared its ugly head and Doyle needed a change.

Having experienced first-hand how poorly screenwriters were treated by the filmmaking industry — Doyle decided to explore other literary avenues. He had one script ‘Law of the Paw' adapted into a graphic novel, and wrote a children's book series 'LAFFNATTER, The Guy With Wheels On His Feet'. Doyle also penned two well-received stage plays which he directed — but still felt something was missing.

Though unsure about dipping his toe into the commercial fiction pool at an age most folks were already prepped for retirement, Doyle finally gave in to his curiosity, interested to see what reaction his fictional works could generate.