Lee Hall is an independently published author, actor, technician and occasional cosplayer who lives in Oxfordshire
“As far back as aged 12, I started writing stories. I remember around then reading the Lost world by Arthur Conan Doyle and being entirely immersed into another world. It is with that in mind I realized my dream. That was to make my own worlds and try my best to immerse readers into them.”
“My greatest influence is Joss Whedon, a modern genius of story telling. Buffy the vampire slayer and Firefly are two great stories that I regard as the perfect example of character driven narrative.”
By day Lee works in electrical engineering for a science facility in Oxfordshire.
Most evenings he spends with laptop in tow penning the various trials and tribulations of the characters or worlds he is proud of creating. Or you can catch him learning lines for the next part he will be depicting for Iver heath drama club. Previous parts include Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the 2015 pantomine in which he played the title role of Robin Hood.
In 2016 Lee directed and wrote his own play Hotel dOOM for the Iver Heath drama club. The first original play written in the clubs 65 plus year history.
Currently Lee Hall has two books available; Open Evening and Darke Blood.