History is decided with a whisper
Shakespere, Shake-shafte, or Shakespeare. Were these three men one and the same, or a figment of the imaginations of Elizabethan England?
Follow William, born a Catholic, raised a Protestant, exiled to become a priest, as per his father's wishes. Adventurer, poet, spy, assassin and lover, with an imagination that defied the conventions of his time, and a name easily confused, mis-signed, and misquoted.
Ink never sleeps; it dries and haunts us forever.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
The Whispering Mime, Book Three of The Renaissance Series, follows up from Birth of Venus, Book Two, and Tales of Yorr, Book One. Rounding out the loose trilogy with an exploration of the myth of the world's most famous bard. D J Meyers was born beneath a lamington blanket on a pavlova pillow in Melbourne, Australia. A place about as far from anywhere in the world as you can get, unless you're familiar with a map of Tassie, which I'm sure you all are. He spent many years writing songs, but the past twelve years have been all about the novel. Why? Because it was there. So, what does the author like. Hmmm... good question mysterious Internet user. A major in English and History, D J enjoys a good shot of Sci-fi or a classic, and travelling the world. You'll find many of the ports the author has visited depicted in the novels, from Europe to Asia, Australia and Africa. A challenge is what is required when writing a book, a mystery of plot and a few multi-faceted characters. This eclecticism stems from a penchant for variety. So what is the Gargoyle Chronicles, who is D J the writer? Those questions are as difficult as his birth and the generation of these books, but if you are interested, if you have an intrepid mind, sample The Renaissance Series. There are many books from the vaults of the Gargoyle Chronicles, yet to be released, from Mysteries to Historical Fiction, Sci-fi and Historical Romances, all infused with a unique sense of humour. Enjoy... :DJ