The sixth book in the 'Agent of Rome' series, 'The Earthly Gods', was published in 2016. It was described by The Times as 'gripping' and by The Sunday Express as an 'entertaining adventure'.
In recent years, I have ghosted three novels for clients (one historical fiction, one sci-fi, one fantasy). In total, I have completed over one hundred projects for clients as a freelance writer. I have taken ten novels through every stage: from plotting and character development to formatting and copy-editing. I specialize in writing action and creating compelling twists and turns. All my work contains believable, rounded characters and a touch of humor. I usually draft at least eight times to ensure my prose is smooth, powerful and dynamic.
As a former teacher, I am an enthusiastic and supportive colleague. I take pride in every project and have never missed a deadline. I look forward to hearing from authors interested in collaboration.
Feedback from a client for whom I 'ghosted' a 100,000 word historical epic:
'When I set out to write my novel, I knew I needed someone with a distinct voice and someone whom could bring life to long lost souls. The story itself is a historical fiction, re-lived through the lives of extraordinary people. Nick Brown was an absolutely perfect choice for this project. He thoroughly understood the requirements and worked hand in hand to help me realize my ideas.' - Josh C.
Feedback from a client for whom I ‘ghosted’ a 90,000 word fantasy novel:
‘Nick has been great all the way through our project. He's brought to life the characters and world that I have been developing in my mind for almost a decade and I couldn't be happier. He's been a great tutor along the way and I've picked up a lot of writing knowledge. A clear communicator and always delivers on time.10/10.’
- Joseph D.
Writing my own novels and screenplays in a variety of genres. Also working as a ghostwriter, editor and writing coach with clients.
Teacher of English and history; head of Humanities dept; coordinator of History IB programme.
Set between the events of 'The Siege' and 'The Imperial Banner', this compelling short story follows imperial agent Cassius Corbulo as he investigates a mysterious series of fires.PRAISE FOR NICK BROWN'S 'Agent of Rome' novels:'Brown has become a master of his trade, serving up thrilling Roman history and mystery courtesy of a band of now hard-bitten combatants and comrades whose adventures in... read more
Three futuristic short stories from 'Agent of Rome' author Nick Brown. (TOTAL LENGTH: 40 PAGES )'Dead Eyes' - an explorer and his crew face a deadly threat upon a remote world. 'Four Numbers' - a female soldier finds herself trapped by a relentless force. 'Afflict' - a mysterious visitor has a singular offer for the people of Earth.
Still recovering from his previous assignment in Arabia, imperial agent Cassius Corbulo has been spending most of his time and money on women and wine. Unfortunately for him, word of his achievements has reached the emperor Aurelian's deputy and he is sent north, tasked with smashing a counterfeiting gang. Cassius tracks the criminals to the city of Berytus, where his investigations are hamper... read more
Stay out of trouble. Though this is Marik’s mantra, he rarely seems able to follow it. Having escaped a brutal civil war in his native South, the former soldier now roams the distant North, trying to forget his past and forge some kind of future. Marik suspects he is paying the price for the moment of weakness that caused him to flee his comrades and family and everything he knew. Because howe... read more
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I've written eight #1 bestsellers, worked in nearly all genres and with celebrity clients, John McAfee among them. Stories are gold.
Ghostwriter specializing in Fantasy and Science Fiction. Known for genre-warping fiction which crashes global markets, and my humility.