Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Nathan will be attending conference and selling novels from his book series and offering to sign or personalise these for attendees.
 
Born in the famed battle town of Hastings, England, Nathan Dylan Goodwin has always had a passion for writing in one form or another He started his writing career with non-fiction, his first book ‘Hastings at War’ being published in May 2005. This was followed by three further local history books pertaining to the area around his home town of Hastings, Sussex. Nathan’s first forays into fiction writing culminated in the publication in 2013 of ‘Hiding the Past’ – a genealogical crime mystery novel. This was followed in 2014 by book two in the series – ‘The Lost Ancestor’. Also released in 2014 was the third, a Morton Farrier novella – ‘The Orange Lilies’ – released to coincide with the centenary commemorations of the outbreak of WW1. The fourth book in the series, ‘The America Ground’ was published in September 2015, followed in September 2016 by ‘The Spyglass File’. The sixth in the series, ‘The Missing Man’ was another Morton Farrier novella and was followed by ‘The Suffragette’s Secret’, a short-story. This last instalment coincides with the celebrations of some women getting the vote 100 years ago. Finally, ‘The Wicked Trade’, just released in February 2018, brings readers up-to-date with the eighth instalment (Book 7 of the series) and is again full-length novel.


Nathan gained a 2:1 degree in Radio, Film and Television Studies, and then went on to gain a Masters degree in Creative Writing, from Canterbury Christ Church University. Now in his early forties, Nathan enjoys running, skiing, reading, genealogy, writing and time with his family and son.