The year is ending with a bang, writing-wise.
In October (the 21st, to be exact) I and a number of co-authors will launch “Into Tordon“, a middle-grade thriller, at Balgowlah Berkelouw at 6pm. This book is the result of a collaboration with eight other authors from the Northern Beaches Writers’ Group and has been described in our first review as “… pacy, exciting read that middle-grade readers will love getting sucked into.”
I don’t disagree. It was a blast to write, and I’m sure any 10-14 year old will love it. (If they do, it’s all the fault of Zoya and Zena, the impeccable editors.)
“Into Tordon” will be released nationwide on the 1st of November. A perfect Christmas gift.
In November (date will be confirmed later) we release another collaborative effort from the good old NBWG. “A Fearsome Engine” is an anthology of short stories written by members of the group. All of the shorts are related by the theme of man interacting with machines. More details at this space (and many others) closer to the date.
And in December I’ll have the first draft of “Hot Blood” (current title, likely to change a couple of dozen times before I’m finished) ready for Beta readers. It’s a follow on from “Mac D: Private Investigator”, taking place four months after the end of that book.
If you want to be a Beta reader, leave a comment below.