Writing a story seems scary when you’re a kid. That’s why this guide is for young authors. It has all the tips you’ll need including choosing a writing space, picking cool characters, and designing a great cover. Use this guide and one day you could have 1000s of readers just like Zuni Blue, author of the smash hit The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks.
Helen’s mum pushed her into becoming a star, whether it means signing every contract, dating her manager, or crippling the competition. And it all pays off! She becomes a famous singer – Heaven – loved by all including Europe’s most eligible bachelor. Life couldn’t be better.
Then it all falls apart.
One moment triggers Helen’s mental breakdown, splitting her mind. Now she’s torn between being Helen and Heaven. Her father hates the music industry, but won’t say why. Her mother wants more fame – how far is she willing to go to get it? The right question is, how far has she already gone? The truth lies in Helen’s forgotten childhood. It involves the music industry’s most twisted, darkest secret. When it surfaces, all hell will break loose…
The Death Drug, a novel inspired by The Cull Trilogy. Newly-widowed April is eighty years old and loving life. But her children aren’t. Her daughter’s business went bust. Her son’s child support left him broke. They need money, and April has it. Soon she’ll discover how far her children will go to get their inheritance early. They’ll do anything, whether it’s assault, blackmail, murder…
Food to die for…The Binge Attack, a short story inspired by The Cull Trilogy. Alan’s doctor always warned him about his weight. Not this time. Cull’s new obesity programme has started: No more diets. No more workouts. No more help. Now he’s finally free to eat to his heart’s content, but can his heart stand the pressure?
The Last Coma, a short story inspired by The Cull Trilogy. Graham has been comatose for twenty years. Showing no signs of life, he’s accepted his fate. Then the bloodthirsty Cull organisation adds him to their hit list. Now he must make the biggest decision of his life: to live or die. The wrong choice will doom thousands now, and millions later. He has five minutes to decide.