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About Worldworx

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Author management and ebook, paperback and hardcover publishing. Specialising in the genres of travel, biographical, psychological and literary fiction.


Worldworx manages all literary projects pertaining to Reece Willis. The company was established in 1999, with the publishing arm created in 2018. The team handles full editing, design, marketing and overall production of Reece’s work.


To date Reece has written two books. Towards the Within is set against the backdrop of India and follows the character Sam and how he comes face to face with turbulent areas of his past. What We Become features Ben, who travels to Thailand in pursuit of his ex-girlfriend, where he's intent on meeting her one final time to settle an old score. Reece’s third book is currently underway, with more details to feature here soon.

About Reece Willis

Reece's journey into literature began at an early age. His imagination was lost to the tales of Charles Dickens, the adventures of Mark Twain and nail-biting prose of HP Lovecraft. He was rarely seen without his head buried deep within the pages of a book. By the age of eleven he discovered Roald Dahl and CS Lewis's land of Narnia and commenced the long running series of Fighting Fantasy and Lone Wolf novels, whilst his late teens took him into the dark corridors of George Orwell, Franz Kafka, Clive Barker and Stephen King.


In the nineties he wrote copy for a world renowned holiday corporation and later went on to study travel journalism and photography with the British College of Journalism. At the end of 1999 he started an online travel guide documenting in-depth country profiles with the addition of latest health, safety and security information. By 2014 he sold the business to pursue the writing of Towards the Within.

Reece has travelled extensively throughout Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe and the Middle East. He currently resides in England where he is working on his third novel. His second book, What We Become, was released in 2020.

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