Sebastian Beaumont is the author of Thirteen and The Juggler. He was born and raised in Scotland and graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a degree in Creative Arts, in which he majored in Creative Writing. He now lives in Brighton where he works in private practice as a psychotherapeutic counsellor. He received an Arts Council Bursary to write Thirteen, a tale of mystery and the human psyche. The Juggler is his second novel published by Myrmidon Books.
'Sebastian Beaumont's novel Thirteen is the best thing I have read this year and one of the two or three finest books I have come across since the new century kicked in.'
Scott Pack, The Friday Project and former Head Buyer at Waterstones
'Sebastian Beaumont pulls off two impressive feats in his first novel. He writes a colloquial, first-person narrative that is consistently engaging; and he creates a dreamlike, alternate world without stretching the reader's credulity or patience.'
Nicholas Clee, The Guardian
'Stimulating and entertaining'
'His writing style was crystal clear and effortless and the story was like nothing I'd read before... Well worth a read.'
Gary Davison, Paperbooks authors' blog.