About me

Marcel Weyers

Marcel Weyers was born on October 16, 1991 in Limburg an der Lahn (Germany). He started to write down short stories and dreams early, and that way he discovered his passion for writing. He studied English and German at the Justus-Liebig-University in Gießen (Germany).

In 2011, Marcel Weyers published his German novel series; The Shadow-Triolgy. Schatten (Shadows) is a children and teens book and takes place in Japan. The sequels Schattenjäger (Shadow Chasers) and Schattenland (Shadow Land) were released in October 2011. In August 2014, he started his new ebook series Raven-Saga.

Weyers is an active member of the club Autorentreff Bad Camberg since October 2011 and gives readings on a regular basis. The Autorentreff Bad Camberg released a winter-themed anthology titled Winterzauber. Weyers contributed his short story “Ohne viele Worte”. The second anthology titled Stunden, Tage, ein Leben was released in July 2013. Weyers also contributed to this anthology with his short story “Sucht”.

As a translator Weyers worked on several free and commercial games, so-called visual novels, for various video game companies. You will find a list of all translations here. A list of all video games Weyers helped to beta test can be found here.

Readings (Germany):
October 25, 2011 – Bad Camberg (Hohenfeldklinik)
October 26, 2011 – Limburg (Diakonisches Werk)
January  31,2012 – Bad Camberg (Hohenfeldklinik)
March  27,2012 – Bad Camberg (Hohenfeldklinik)
March 28, 2012 – Diez (Stadtbibliothek)
April 15, 2012 – Münster (Galerie im Mühlweg)
April 27, 2012 – Linter (Katholische Kirche)
December 14, 2012 – Niederbrechen (Katholische Öffentliche Bücherei)
April 2, 2013 – Bad Camberg (Hohenfeldklinik)
November 5, 2013 – Bad Camberg (Hohenfeldklinik)
November 14, 2013 – Diez (Stadtbibliothek)

German Press:
Frankfurter Neue Presse
(from January 21, 2012)
Drehscheibe Camberg (from May 7, 2012)
Rhein-Lahn Zeitung (from May 12, 2012)
LokalAnzeiger (from August 16, 2014)
Drehscheibe Camberg (from August 19, 2014)

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