Charles Stoll

Biography

Charles Stoll was born on Long Island in 1956. In High School he won the N.C.T.E. (National Council of Teachers of English) Award in Writing. He attended Syracuse University where a favorite professor challenged him to write a book. Forty years later, he accomplished that goal and hasn’t stopped writing since. Mind Gardens earned him “Distinguished Favorite in the 2020 Independent Press Awards. His novels include the sci-fi trilogy: Sorry and Morticum, Mind Gardens, and The Cockroach King. His other works include Drunken Angel, The Time Thief, and Enigma.

“I write the types of books I have enjoyed reading, books that challenge me as they entertain me, ones that make me look at things I thought I knew and suddenly see from a new perspective. I like characters that are defined not by their clothing, but by their thoughts and ideas. And the books that I love the most are the ones that find the balance in life.”

Books by Charles Stoll

Mind Gardens by Charles Stoll. Book cover
Visit the mind gardens on the moon a thousand years in the future. All its inhabitants share complete knowledge of each other's thoughts and feelings and live forever. So, why is everyone so afraid to enter them. You will understand why humans often fail to communicate effectively after reading this thought-provoking adventure.
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