Fantasy and horror writer, Adele Marie Park originally hails from the Orkney islands. Rousay is a small, but archaeological important island, dubbed “The Egypt of The North.” The oral tradition of passing down stories fired the young Adele’s imagination with tales of trolls, faeries, sea monsters, witches, ghosts, and seals who could change into humans. The landscape of the island fascinated her as moorland hills swept down through green fields to the shores of secluded beaches, where black volcanic rocks might be a troll or a sleeping giant.

Reading the Hobbit at an early age inspired her and in her teens she turned to Stephen King, James Herbert, Anne Rice and Storm Constantine to appease a mind hungry to delve into the paranormal. Throughout her life she never gave up writing but it was an ongoing medical condition which forced her to give up work that began her passion to publish her writing for others to read.

Genres may come and go, but Adele’s writing encompasses a solidity which does not change; the overcoming of obstacles in one’s life, love, death, grief and pain all infused with those supernatural elements that one sees out the corner of the eye or feels when one is alone in the house at night and a floorboard creaks.

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To connect with Adele, and learn more about her work visit these sites:

Amazon UK

Amazon US



44 thoughts on “About Adele Marie Park

  1. Hi there!

    I am messaging you today as I would love to review your book on my blog: Feel free to browse my blog and see if you would be interested in having your book featured there! If you would be interested then please do email me back at redheadedbookloverblog@gmail,com (I hope you are because your book looks great!) and we can discuss it from there! I hope to hear from you soon.

    All best,
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  2. Hi Adele and thank you for following Writeonthebeach. I’m originally from the wilds of Yorkshire and there too, are myths and legends to get my teeth into. Keep dropping by and I’m going to be following you too. Bye for now.


  3. Thanks for following Words To Captivate, Adele Marie. I’m pleased to meet you and look forward to shaking hands across “the pond” from Canada!


  4. Hi Adele. Though not a native English speaker, I did spend five years in Scotland as a student. Never made it to the Orkneys, but I did visit Dunnet Head and looked across the sea to the islands. Lovely place and I absolutely loved my time in Scotland.

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  5. Hi Adele Marie! Sitting with my wee iPad and saw you are now following my blog. How cool. Thanks! And you’re a Scottish lass like me, nice. And my cat when I was a girl was called Danté! We have a connection here I think. Lovely!
    Have a great evening. Juliet

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  6. Thank you so much for your interest in following my blog. Please note that I have revamped The Recipe Hunter Blog, so please hop over and follow my new site EsmeSalon at To Subscribe, please enter your email address to follow EsmeSalon and receive notifications of new posts by email. I look forward seeing you soon.

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  7. Love Edinburgh – the only place where I could enjoy an change of weather every half hour! Nice to meet another writer – and thanks so much for following my blog! I see you’ve discovered Lucy Brazier – she’s a hoot!

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  8. Hi Adele
    Firstly, I wish to take this opportunity to thank you in person for connection with me via EsmeSalon.
    This is a personal invitation to come and join us next week and every coming Monday through to Friday and share a post link here with us at Senior Salon. Thanks for your visit/s to my blog and looking forward to reading your posts

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