Welcome to my new series, TIME SQUARE.

This new series is aimed at Upper Middle Grade readers, but I’m sure that it will appeal to all ages. If you like a healthy dose of time-travel, action, adventure and great humour, then this series is sure to appeal.

The first book of the series, TIME SQUARE | THE SHIFT, has an awesome mix of fantastic characters that are both charming and kooky. They’ll be getting up to plenty of brilliant adventures into the future (and the past).

The launch of the ebook and paperback is looming and there are some great pre-release events that will be happening.

Make sure that you click on the three portal pages in the main menu to see how you can be part of the launch for this exciting new series.


Imagine this. Your dad is a part-time archaeologist who has a tendency to discover things. One day, he comes home from an expedition with a crusty old relic, and dumps it in the basement. You’d probably think everything would be fine and dandy, but that’s where you’re wrong. Because that’s precisely when all the trouble started.

It’s 1930, and Lewis and Eva Hudson are a couple twin teens with just such a dad. Then, on a chilly wintery day in Washington D.C., the three of them mysteriously disappear into thin air, without a trace.

Throw in a weird and mysterious rival with a point to prove, add a looming disaster that threatens to break time itself, and pretty soon they’re smack bang in the front seat of a roller-coaster to doomsville.

Time Square | The Shift is an edge-of-your-seat time-travel adventure that’s full of action and plenty of humour. It’s sure to leave you begging for a breather. Join Dr Rex Hudson, his two teen kids Lewis and Eva, and a whole cast of wonderful and wacky characters as they try to fix the unfixable.

There’s more to time than ticks and tocks.

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