Banbury woman publishes 10th book - Game of Mass Destruction - a dystopian sci-fi story set in the future
A Banbury woman has published her 10th book - Game of Mass Destruction - a dystopian sci-fi story set in the future.
For Banbury resident,Chloe Gilholy who works in a local care home, writing has been a passion since childhood. She recently had her 10th book published, Games of Mass Destruction.
It's described as a dystopian sci-fi story set in 2062 where a reality TV show about destroying robots influences political and social affairs. Twenty adults are brought to an island, separated into teams of two to take down the robots that live on the island.
The book can be purchased online through Amazon with the following web link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Game-Mass-Destruction-2018-Sympathy/dp/152723388X/She said: "I first started getting into writing when I was in St. Mary's Primary school. I had learning difficulties at primary school, so it was a good outlet.
"Attending writing classes at The Mill and joining a local writers group gave me the confidence to start publishing books. I published my first book in 2017 and each book I've done has been different every time, so all my books are very different to each other."
Chloe is also an active member of the Banbury Writer's Cafe. The Banbury Writer's Cafe is a proactive, friendly and collaborative writers group, which meets (when not in lockdown) every two weeks at The Artery, Parson's Street, Banbury.