In The Streets of Nottingham, the world has been broken by a cataclysmic clash between the mother of creation and a god-king. Only one small village has escaped this breaking: one which prays to the mother whose distant mercy masks a deadly and merciless force about to erupt.
In that village, there lives a young man who struggles with the long, unrequited love of a childhood girl and a refuge whose boundaries are marked by chaos.
After their village is attacked by wraiths, the young man embarks upon a quest to find a city called Nottingham, a place that ancient scrolls describe in detail, but a place that is reportedly impossible for anyone to ever reach. He wants to travel there to find a healer that the scrolls mention, to try to save the love of his life, a beautiful young woman named Marika, and bring her back from the dead.
I’m either an architect who dabbles in writing, or a writer who dabbles in Architecture. Born and raised in Zambia, I grew up watching way too much tv and reading way too many books. I was already trying to write by age 7… it didn’t go well. The streets of Nottingham is my first published book, I have a few others doing time in various rubbish bins across the nation.