James Morgan-Jones was born and brought up on the borders of East London and Essex. His mother was Welsh and his father from the East End. He trained as a professional actor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and worked for several years in the theatre. After a serious accident he retrained as a feline behaviourist and now lives in West Wales, just outside Carmarthen. Having penned stories from teenage years, he began writing seriously in 2008 after gaining an MA with Distinction from Trinity Saint David University. James’s work is published by Wordcatcher Publishing. He is currently working on ‘The Glasswater Quintet’, a series of novels; the first in the sequence – ‘On the Edge of Wild Water’ – was published by Wordcatcher in the summer of 2017. Its sequel, ‘The Glass Citadel’, followed in the autumn of that year. The third instalment – ‘The Stone Forest’ – was published in November 2018, with the fourth, ‘Eye of the Rushes’, due for release in the spring of 2020. James is also a short story writer and a poet. ‘The Wheel and Other Stories’ and ‘Living Places, Passing Lives (poems of loss, regeneration and hope) are both published by Wordcatcher.
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