What is your latest release and what genre is it? Justice (Book 3 of the Wexkia Trilogy) Young Adult, Science Fiction/Fanatsy
Quick description: In the final installment of the fast-paced SciFi/Fantasy trilogy, Nell has more mounting questions she wants answered.
Nell thinks she is safe on Earth but she battles to defend her family and her home against an alien attack. She realizes she must learn to use all her wexkian talents to save her father who is dying from a deadly virus. However, she too succumbs to sickness before she can put her training into force.
Nell needs to fight the disease and engage in the bloodiest of battles to save not only her extended family, but an entire alien race. Will she be willing to pay the price for victory?
Dale Furse lives in North Queensland, Australia. If she isn’t staring through her closest window dreaming of far flung worlds and people, she’s writing tales, be they Science Fiction, Fantasy or a little Horror.
As a university drop out, she decided to follow her passion, endeavouring to learn all she could about the craft of writing. She holds a Diploma of Professional Writing (Children’s Writing and Publishing) and she has completed more writing courses than she can count.
Having written novels, short stories, plays, songs and poems for over thirty years, Dale still works to improve her craft.
What are you working on now?
I’m finally getting to the end of the last re-write of another Young Adult novel. The working title for the YA is Beyond the Wall but I don’t like it anymore.
Here’s a short blurb: God’s bird-brained servants lose the wall responsible for two boy’s hapless excursion to an alien world.
Dale’s reading recommendation:
I don’t write in the Mystery genre but I’ve just finished Three-Ways: A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery by Mike Markel. I bought it on a promotion and although it isn’t the first book in the series (I didn’t know that at the time), it read like a stand alone book. Detective Karen Seagate is a great lead character and she is a character. I loved the way she talked and the author’s writing had me right in the action. I love stories that take you in like this one did.