Phil Ryan

Phil promo 070Phil Ryan has been a writer and a creator for the last thirty years. He has travelled the world and been many things. If you want to be swept away into worlds of insight, entertainment and emotion – stop here and dip in. His writing is both effortless and utterly compelling. His life is a novel in itself (he has a book of his journey so far called Random Moments soon available – a story from it can be found here on the site in October).

This is just a small sample collection from his prolific output. His novels include The Divine Engineer, The Land, DA Copperthwaite an Adventure, The Compass Club, September In Rome and his children’s work includes Stories from the House of Eternal Summer and Mr Noakes.

We’ve included a sample of his first thriller The Divine Engineer and a recording of one of his radio play scripts, Thanks to Harry. Currently he’s re-editing and re-working his first major novel The Land for publication and creating a screenplay of it for presentation in late 2014. To keep up with his riveting Twitter novel The Club follow @StormNovelUK. You can purchase his enchanting and enthralling book of short stories ‘September in Rome‘ and his gripping thriller ‘The Divine Engineer‘ in Kindle format. Read a free sample of ‘The Divine Engineer’ here and find out why fellow writer John Bird calls it “tense, dense and full of that creative imagination that separates great writing from average.”

You’ll soon be able to read a sample of his groundbreaking new self-help book Life in Balance. The product of years of study and research (there will be filmed lectures on YouTube that explore the book – filming begins December 2014), it launches in early 2015. Change your life. Learn amazing insights. Easy to read and very enjoyable.

And for those curious about his musical background go to, he has a new musical incarnation from 2015 onwards.

CapturePhil Ryan – Near Death in Sunshine

CapturePhil Ryan – The Divine Engineer

Phil Ryan – Thanks To Harry

Category: general fiction, children’s fiction, poetry, short stories, Film and TV scripts