We have been thrilled and honoured to have several of our authors ask us to consider their next books.
Christine Hoy has followed up her thrilling memoir, Secret Sibling with a ‘fact-ion’ telling of her family’s history, called This Other Eden. It will was released this month.
We are working with our friends at Spineless Press to create our first audiobook which will be of Robert New’s Colours of Death: Sergeant Thomas’ Casebook. We anticipate a May/June release.
The Monash Writers Group have written a follow-up to their anthology Unprecedented Times called The Way Forward. This collection is aiming for a May/June release.
After his debut book, Colours of Hope and Despair, Bala Mudaly published his memoir Colour-Coated Identity in September. He hasn’t rested on his laurels though, and will have a third book, For All Seasons out in the second or third quarter this year.
Rachel New and her father, Robert, have written a new picture book, called Lost in the World of Dragons. The artwork is being created at the moment and the book should see a third-quarter release. It is being illustrated by Magdalena Almero Nocea who also illustrated their previous book, Unicorn’s Egyptian Rescue.
R. Andrew Russell has written a much anticipated sequel to his debut Intelligent Consent. The follow-up is called Intelligence Horizon and follows the main characters after the events of the first part. This will join our third quarter releases.
Not confirmed yet, so we have to be discreet, but we’re also in talks to publish the debut non-fiction book of a new author later this year.
We also have an idea for a very special project we’d like people to submit to, so in the second half of the year we will reopen our submissions for that… more details to follow closer to the time.
All in all, it looks to be a busy year for Tale Publishing.