Stephen Moore

Welcome. I’m Stephen Moore, a writer of fantasy fiction, and author of the fantasy novel, GRAYNELORE. Published by HarperVoyager, (paperback and ebook).

Graynelore largeA published author since the mid 1990’s I’ve also written several well received fantasy books for older children and young adults. These include, among others, TOOTH AND CLAW, Stephen MooreSPILLING THE MAGIC and FAY (published by, Crossroad Press).

Please feel free to take a look around these pages. A quick click of the menu key and you can find out all about my books. From: what they are about. To: where to get them. You can read free book extracts. Get in contact. Follow my social media links. Read my blogs! And find out what’s new as it’s announced…

I like to keep things simple and I like feedback. So, please, tell me what you think and what you might like to see here. Most of all; enjoy yourself…

FayHere’s the ebook cover of my fantasy for older children/Young Adults, ‘Fay’. Tell me truthfully, do you believe in faeries…?


5 thoughts on “Stephen Moore

    • Good! Glad you like it. Did you find your way around the site easily enough? I like the simple navigation tag… Some authors argue that they prefer to see a top of the page navigation bar with names they can read: HOME BLOG CONTACT etc. What’s your opinion? (Assuming the question is clear!)

  1. I liked this web site! Easy to find your way around & also in a nice easy style. The books I have read were also good too.

  2. Hello.
    Just read about your book on John Scalzi’s blog, Whatever.
    Graynelore looks interesting. I am especially intrigued by the Reiver connection.
    My ancestors on my Dad’s side were quite active around Dumfriesshire; and my Mother’s family was from around Peebles.
    Graynelore is now on my nook tablet and is next on my reading list>

    • Hi David,
      Thank you. Graynelore is, of course, a fey fiction. However, I hope you might recognize at least some of the many elements that are directly coloured by my passion for the Border Reivers. From the general description of the landscape (including the mire); to the use of ‘Ridings’; their habitation (bastles and peel towers); to their brutal behaviour and extreme way of life (they were not beyond butchery, or playing football with the heads of their enemies!); and many more… Enjoy the book.

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