Friday, 6 July 2018

Catch up with Aussie steampunk and fantasy author Felicity Banks

It's always great to catch up with authors who have dropped by my virtual café for a coffee chat. Today I caught up with Felicity Banks, who writes steam punk, fantasy, and cozy murder mysteries. Here is a quick update on her writing and what's in store for the rest of 2018.

DL: What have you been up to since our last coffee chat? Read coffee chat here

Felicity: I have three releases this year. Right now is the perfect time for my kids' pirate fantasy series Book 1 "The Monster Apprentice".

DL: "The Monster Apprentice" was released in February and the momentum has been building. What else is coming?

Felicity: The third book in my steampunk trilogy will be released in late August, and I'll also be running an art exhibition/launch for "Murder in the Mail: A Bloody Birthday" which is a cozy murder mystery told through letters, objects and artworks physically mailed to the reader over 8 weeks in late August/early September.

All of Felicity's books are sold through the online store set up via her blog: FelicityBanks.wordpress.com/store





 
About "The Monster Apprentice"
 
The only weapon Dance has is her name. when pirates threaten the tiny hidden island f Luar, Dance knows her home has only one hope of survival: the magical monsters that killed her twin sister.
 
Dance loses her friends one by one as she attempts to prepare her strange apprentices for the showdown between monsters and pirates. Can she do it alone?
 
What readers are saying:
 
"The Monster Apprentice is a powerful story of looking at the world differently and finding an answer in an unexpected place."
 
"An addictive, one-sitting read, impossible to put down" - Sandy Fussell, author of the Samurai Kids series.
 

You can find out more about Felicity Banks on her website FelicityBanks.wordpress.com

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