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I was born in Swanscombe, a place best known for stopping William the Conqueror and asking some polite questions.

‘How do you get time to write?’ was what my friends posed when finding out my naughty secret. At first I assured them my principle aim is to write for myself, so I make time, but even I have to question how it happens when expanding on my life. Besides my adoring wife and family I have been a school governor twice, borough councillor and all while still running an engineering business. Living in a listed building also requires untold hours of restoration work, but I still make time for tennis and church duties.

My writing comes from the development of Probability Fiction, which calculates improbabilities of the past, concepts of the present and the certainty of any future. In essence it is about exploring, with mathematics and psychology, where the truth may be hidden or yet to come. How this combines with the process of writing entertaining fiction is difficult to explain in a short paragraph, but the industry in general pays little attention to the science that underlies belief in characters and events, leaving it purely to a writer’s natural skill.

I published my first book Paradox Lost, which was the book of the month on its release and included my early prediction work on the collapse of the USSR. Dudgeon’s Bridge takes a look at some of our convenient 17th-century history and rewrites it.


Published Works:
Adrian L. Youseman