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Steve Sims, aged 46 from Walcot, met cult fantasy fiction novelist Jasper Fforde, whose Thursday Next series of novels inspired him to begin his own work.Mr Sims was taking a course in creative writing at the University of Bath in Swindon, and Mr Fforde’s novels were used as part of the syllabus for the weekly course, run by the Division for LifeLong Learning at the Oakfield campus.Mr Sims spent a year writing the horror fantasy novel, The House, in his spare time after signing up to the course. The novel centres on a lost boy and his family’s journey to reclaim their son through a nether world of demons and adventure.He was one of 30 people, including past creative writing students, attending an invite only reading by Mr Fforde.The joint event with the town’s British Computer Society (BCS) is one of a number to mark the 50th anniversary of the leading organisation for IT professionals. Jasper will also present prizes to the winners of the BCS short story competition Write IT on the day.”His work is a valuable source of learning for students on the University’s creative writing courses and hearing him read from his new novel will be an inspiring experience.”The event is a reminder of how much Mr Sims, has achieved since he himself was a creative writing student at the campus in 2003.