Guest Author: Mason Bushell ~ A Compendium of Characters

Welcome to my menagerie and world of wonderful characters just waiting for you to discover them in A Compendium of Characters.

I bring you whimsical short stories spanning many Genres all in one wonderful book.

Paranormal and SCI-FI

Action and Adventure

Magic and Fantasy

True-Love and Romance

Mystery and Suspense

This book truly has the lot.

A Compendium of Characters by [Mason Bushell]

Buy here: Available via Amazon

Reviews

Mason Bushell has a distinct style of writing which is light and easy to read. He knows how to build a story to create suspense and cliff hangers, and can create dark scary tension too. He creates engaging characters with depth and skilfully includes humour in dialogue. His descriptive abilities are often detailed in such a way that you wonder if he has professional knowledge of the subject, whether writing science fiction, architecture or tales-at-sea, and he does it without info dumping or showing off; it simply adds to the story and characters.

This collection is an eclectic mix of light-hearted, sometimes thought provoking and heart wrenching tales. There really is something for everyone.

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Mason is a highly imaginative, creative and often thought provoking writer. There are thirty-one stories in this marvelous collection and my favorite, and one that I believe encapsulates his skill and imagination, is Buttercup Lily. It’s the story of a tiny garden fairy who befriends a lonely widow and helps her cope with the loss of her beloved husband. It’s delightfully charming and written with heart and compassion, as are all of the stories in this wonderful collection. Like it’s title implies, A Compendium of Characters is filled with a variety of diverse characters that will delight and intrigue and is confidently written by an author who always delivers and never fails to entertain. Highly recommended.

Why I write

For me writing began as a young boy lost in fantasy and adventure book’s I grew to enjoy writing stories in English Class. Then my career as a chef got in the way. At some point during that time, I was gifted a chance that changed my life. My head chef comes in from lunch with her newspaper and on the page she puts down is a mystery writing competition. I decide to do that and that’s when I meet my sleuth Holly. She’s not in my competition piece but comes to say ‘hi’ and I’ve written most days since. Writing became an escape from horrible realities at times and even now, I most happy when creating a story.

My Advice to Writers

The best advice I can give is to practise in every genre, point of view, style and tense you possibly can. In doing so, you will never be short of ideas and you’ll learn so much on writing. That knowledge will then allow you to hone your stories into beautiful pieces you can be proud of and your readers will love. The more you write the better.

About the author:
Mason Bushell, is chef, author and wildlife photographer. He loves spending time exploring the woods and countryside with his dog and camera in tow. Lucy dog has been known to steal his laptop to force him to go walkies too!


Find and follow Mason
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Other books by Mason Bushell available via Amazon

Holly: The story of how a Workhouse waitress became a sleuth (The Workhouse (Restaurant) Mysteries) Kindle Edition

Holly Ward is a natural-born mystery solver. She spends her days as a waitress in her mother’s restaurant, and her spare time scuppering criminals. Trained from a young age by her Detective Grandfather, she sees all puzzles as a challenge and loves to try and work them out, leading to all sorts of mysteries and adventures.

This collection of stories is an introduction to the Workhouse (Restaurant) Mysteries series, and of course our cozy-mystery solver Holly: her background, her upbringing and how she came to be the crime solving sleuth she is today.


A Merry Mishap Kindle Edition

Logan is a lonely writer who can’t wait for Christmas to be over. An injured lady falling into his care may be about to change that. Even with loving feelings growing between them Logan knows a relationship can’t happen. Will Christmas create magic between them? Join them for a cosy story and find out.


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If you would like to be my guest, please read the guidelines and get in touch!

About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at scvincent.com and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email: findme@scvincent.com.
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6 Responses to Guest Author: Mason Bushell ~ A Compendium of Characters

  1. Hi Sue, thank you so much for posting this for me I really appreciate it. Can you take the Depressed Man out though please. Its not supposed to be available anymore and I don’t want anyone wasting their money on it. Thank you.

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  2. Reblogged this on Masons Mind Menagerie and commented:
    My book a Compendium of Character on https://scvincent.com/ with thanks to wonderful author Sue Vincent.

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  3. Can’t wait to read “Compendium.” Sounds like a wonderful read!

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