Today I’m excited to welcome my good book-friend, Tony Talbot, to my blog. Tony regularly blogs over on Aside from Writing and is lovely enough to talk writing stuff with me, whenever I’m banging my head against the laptop! 🙂
Tony’s latest book Medusa will be out soon, but you’re getting a sneak peek at the fantastic cover art and blurb today! I’m currently reading the ARC for this and will be reviewing soon, so look out for that – the book has been great so far.
Lissa Two is a thief of the ocean cities, struggling to make enough money to clear her debts and take care of her traumatised sister, scratching a meagre living as best she can.
So, she has enough worries without her life getting more complicated…but when a boy named Hattan literally falls from the sky, she can’t just let him drown.
It’s a decision she comes to regret, a decision that will change not only her life, but the lives of everyone she loves.
If they survive…
Here’s some more on the man himself…
Tony Talbot was born in Leicester in the 1970s (“The decade that fashion forgot,” as he says). He’s survived Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, deely-boppers and learning to ride a bicycle at the age of 30. He enjoys reading Neal Shusterman, John Marsden, Eoin Colfer, Charlie Higson, Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Charles Dickens and cereal boxes. He graduated with a degree in computer science in 1998 and started writing in 2008 on a whim. He hasn’t stopped since. He lives in rural Leicestershire, UK, with an American wife he met online and a teenage cockatiel.