Mark Lewis

Mark Lewis (1973, E) is originally from Cardiff but now lives in Cilfynydd.  He writes both fiction and non-fiction.  He is a proficient skipper, diver, mountaineer, trainer and author.  For over thirty years he has worked in and around the extreme expedition arena, either in the mountains or at sea.  In 1997 he was the first Welsh man and the youngest person in the world to summit Mt Vinson in Antarctica.  With all the adventures that life has given him, he has written about them in factual books, and used them to develop his creativity with several fiction books.  In addition, he is co-author of a children’s series of books under the banner of ‘The Adventures of Joshua’.

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  • Expedition Diaries – Living in the Throne Room of the Mountain God, 2013
  • Anthology One, 2014
  • What’s the point in Youth Work, 201
  • SAS Diaries – How to pass the selection process, 2013
  • The Adventures of Joshua – Abseiling, 2013
  • The Adventures of Joshua – Gorge Walking, 2013
  • The Adventures of Joshua – Mines & Caverns, 2013
  • The Adventures of Joshua – Mount Snowdon, 2013
  • The Adventures of Joshua – Climbing, 2013
  • The Adventures of Joshua – Canoeing 2013
  • The River Wye – Source to Sea, Adventure Journal, 2015

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