James Leggott

James Leggott

“I joined the writers’ union as I became a writer last year and I want to try and get more work as a writer (which you can view here).”

When I was 18, I decided I wanted to be a writer and I came up with an idea for a multi-media franchise, which I have called: the Randomverse. I wrote and self-published my first novel: The Misfortunes of Alan Smith, in only three months. Unfortunately, since I had to self-publish and I do not have any money for advertising, it sold terribly, only selling about 10 copies (so far). But I remain committed to my franchise and am currently working on a sequel: Bob Random vs Alan Smith.

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