Alex Askaroff is based in Eastbourne in the South East corner of England. He has been writing for many years. His style of writing has gained him a worldwide following. His books are now available in over 40 countries.
If you loved the books by Gerald Durrell you can discover a kindred spirit. Descriptions of locales, photographs, even original poetry grace these stories, and most of them are ideally suited to share with children and other family members.
Review by Christina Paige (Tucson, AZ)
Alex has had Nine No1 New releases on Amazon
Alex, you write the best books ever.
Evocative and descriptive. Excellent writing—Professor J. Johnson.
Most of us know the name Singer but few are aware of his amazing life story, his rags to riches journey from a little runaway to one of the richest men of his age. The story of Isaac Merritt Singer will blow your mind, his wives and lovers his castles and palaces all built on the back of one of the greatest inventions of the 19th century. For the first time the most complete story of a forgotten giant is brought to you by Alex Askaroff.
One of Alex's free short stories: Ena, Wilf and the one-armed Machinist
Alex's stories are hilarious and heart warming. He has been described as one of the most successful authors to come out of Sussex for a decade and Eastbourne’s most versatile writer.
You’ll be back for more—County Life.
Book Reviews for Alex Askarof
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Alex, I woke my husband at 1.30 am laughing at your latest book on Kindle. He wasn't too happy last night but I have just caught him reading it and laughing, wonderful. Iris Stock USA.
Tales from The Coast by Alex Askaroff.
Norman, A Journey Through Time
Simply Amazing, K Strong Can
Percy the Pigeon was minding his own business when he was birdnapped! In Yorkshire he gets trained to race but escapes with the help of young Ava. He then goes on an amazing adventure. Amongst his exploits he visits Liverpool to see the Beatles, chokes on oats in Paisley and has a disgusting encounter with liquorice in Pontefract. Later he finds out about Robin Hood in Nottingham. After the strangest weekend in the secret code centre at Bletchley Park he sets off to Sandringham to meet the queen (who loves quilting) and learns the secret codes he needs to be free.
Percy has an encounter with some hilarious parakeets at Kew, crazy cockney pigeons at Trafalgar Square and huge ravens at The Tower of London. After fighting for his life over Hever Castle Percy is saved by the wisest owl in Hundred Acre Wood, all the time trying to find a way home, back to his friends on Eastbourne beach. Percy’s amazing adventure will captivate people of all ages around the world. Pop on to Amazon (often FREE WITH KINDLE UNLIMITED).