My Own Little Place

In his multi-layered and multi-genre novel, My Own Little Place, Stephen Payne introduces Bronagh and Finn. Meeting in London and with friendship blossoming into a relationship, this striking pair find themselves in a Celtic odyssey in Ireland, which culminates in the American Rocky Mountains and meeting Ezra. But, when Ezra’s new book announces a solution to the carbon emission crisis, which catches the attention of the CIA, and others, the premise of this thought-provoking novel unfolds.

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About The Author

Stephen Payne

Stephen Payne

Stephen Payne was born in rural Devon in the 1950’s. Having attended university in Liverpool he has enjoyed a career in teaching science maths and geography and another in financial services.

With a passion for writing (he wrote scripts and directed school performances whilst a teacher), Stephen also enjoyed featuring as the cricket bowler in Finding Neverland in 2004 and as a detective in Jonathan Creek Christmas special, Satan’s Chimney.

Living now in Hampshire, he has two adult children and two grandchildren. Stephen keeps busy with hobbies ranging from trout fly-fishing to acrylic and water colours, and sailing.

My Own Little Place: Thought-provoking and Page Turning – Debut Novelist Reminds Us of the Importance of that Special Place

In his multi-layered and multi-genre novel, My Own Little Place, Stephen Payne introduces Bronagh and Finn. Meeting in London and with friendship blossoming into a relationship, this striking pair find themselves in a Celtic odyssey in Ireland, which culminates in the American Rocky Mountains and meeting Ezra. But, when Ezra’s new book announces a solution to the carbon emission crisis, which catches the attention of the CIA, and others, the premise of this thought-provoking novel unfolds.