The Celenic Earth website is for readers of Shaun M Jooste’s novels, affably named the Shadow Clan by the author. The site not only hosts news and information about the titular series containing the first of the Shadowolf volumes, but also introduces readers to other works by the same author.

Shaun has published the epic fantasy series: The Celenic Earth Chronicles (www.celenicearth.wordpress.com), which has battle and magic themes similar to Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and the Riftwar Saga. He has also published his debut horror novel, ‘Silent Hill: Betrayal’, set within the popular horror franchise but based on an original tale. He is currently working on another fantasy series, a new horror series, and a crime novel.

As a member of the Writer’s Guild of South Africa, Shaun also writes screenplays for assignments and personal projects. His latest work is the sci-fi screenplay “The Space Drifter”, which was submitted to and recommended by the Cinequest Screenwriting Festival.

Shaun is also the Editor-in-chief of the recently established Global Council of Extraordinary Writers (https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/181885-global-council-of-extraordinary-writers) which is a platform for writers around the world to connect, share experiences and assist each other with marketing and promotions.

Finally, Shaun is the Editor of the Celenic Earth Newsletter, a paper established to inform readers and followers on updates, writing genres, author interviews and anything else linked to writing.

Shaun lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa, with his wife and two children.


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  1. Hi Shawn, I’m Michelle East. I also won a spot in the 2016 poets yearbook. Was my first poem I ever written. I have wrote few more since then but not sure where to go nor where to submit them. I write about all different topics. Mostly non fiction poems . I was wondering if you had any advice for me. I would greatly appreciate any help. Congratulations on your success. Sincerely, Michelle East


    1. Thank you Michelle and congrats on your success too. Unfortunately I have not done enough research into poetry submissions yet, focusing more on my novels and screenplays. But when I do look into it with my volume of poems I want to publish, I will let you know.

      Kind regards


  2. Shaun, I replied to your thread at the Silent Hill forum a while back when you were promoting your novel, Silent Hill Betrayal. I have a question that I’m dying to know the answer of. How did you acquire the time and interest of Konami enough to have them go ahead your novel? The reason I ask is because I have completed a Silent Hill screenplay and would love their support in getting it made. Care to help a writer out?

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    1. Hi there. I contacted them initially with an online form at https://www.gaming.konami.com/Games/Contact.aspx. Then they emailed me with a reference number / ticket number and told me that licensing sits with their Konami distribution agents in my country and informed me who that was. I then had discussions with these Konami agents, who confirmed with Konami HQ that they were alright with me writing my own story. Once I had it in writing, I proceeded.

      A quick note on screenplays, I was led to believe that Davis Films has the rights to Silent Hill movies. So not sure if contacting Konami or Davis Films would be best, but try both.


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