Fiction Express for Schools is an online publisher that creates interactive e-books in which readers control the plot. The e-books are published in weekly episodes each Friday on their website. At the end of every cliffhanging episode readers are given voting options to decide where the plot should go next. They vote online by 3 pm the following Tuesday. The winning vote is then conveyed to the author, who then writes the next episode, in ‘real time’, according to what the readers chose.
I have written nine titles so far for Fiction Express. So far, seven of these have been published in print. You can purchase them here. Here is the full list of my Fiction Express titles:
A magical library book throws Matt and his sister Steffi into the fictional world of Cosmo Mars, teenage detective. Will they succeed in finding a stolen pendant?
The Time Detectives, Joe and Maya, travel back to ancient Egypt to solve a new mystery. Will they uncover the secret of Tutankhamun’s lost treasure?
On a trip to Mexico, Rory learns about Nightmare Island – a place where your worst fears come true. What will happen when he follows his strange new step-sister, Itzel, there?
In this Anglo-Saxon adventure, a chieftain’s daughter attempts to rescue her father from his Viking captors. Will she succeed?
The Time Detectives, Joe and Maya, journey back to the 13th century in an attempt to find a stolen chalice and restore a medieval castle’s fortunes. Will they succeed?
School bully Simon Archer has stepped into the shoes of one of his victims… literally. What will he learn from the experience?
Joe and Maya encounter the ghost of a young boy during a visit to an old manor house. Travelling back to Tudor times, will the time detectives be able to prevent his untimely death?
Joe and Maya travel back to WWII Britain in an attempt to solve the mystery of a young boy’s disappearance. Will they succeed?
In this first adventure for the Time Detectives, Joe and Maya journey back to 1840 to try and save an innocent maidservant from the gallows. Will they succeed?