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Words, Words, Words
Geoph Essex is a novelist, playwright, screenwriter, comedy writer and freelance journalist.
I've been writing both fiction and non-fiction for decades, and worked as a professional editor for a publishing company specializing in technology magazines. I've been published in print and online on a variety of topics, including technology, business, art and politics.
I'm also a wordwright for hire — if you have something you want written or edited, we can talk. Mostly, though, I focus on writing for my own projects, ranging from novels and screenplays to graphic novels and comic strips.
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Cheaper Than Cable (Satire Article)
Cracks in iOS Security (Article)
Hacking After XP (Article)
10 Computer Threats (Article)
Why Won't XP Die? (Article)
GBL Architects (Article)
André Godin (Article)
Lovely Assistant Chapter Two
Storm of the Century... Chapter One
Vista Projects (Article)
Moms to be (Article)
Winnipeg Humane Society (Article)
Mawer Investment (Article)
Modular Home Additions (Article)
Virden Mainline (Article)
Demon's Pawn Chapter Five
Meet Paint Shop Pro (Article)
Be the Boss of XP (Article)
"The Visible Man" (Beginning)
Passable Passwords (Article)
Harmony of the Spheres (Article)
3D Desktop Displays (Article)
Grand Theft Galaxy Chapter Two