Space Taxis Features on Radio Show!

If you haven’t read Space Taxis yet (if so, why not??) then you won’t know that the book features quite a bit of 1970s music.

Mike Redolfo, when abducted in 1977 to planet Vost, has a hyper-space probe fitted to his taxi’s radio, so he can keep up with all the cool 1970s music, including Rubber Band Man and Fly Robin Fly.

You may not know either, that Adam is a guitarist in a funk band, and so music is a large part of his life. It’s hardly surprising we ended up putting quite a bit in the book!

Find out more about Space Taxis, the music and sounds of the ’70s, and much more by listening to Adam’s interview on Spectrum Radio here.

Space Taxis

You can buy Space Taxis here. It’s also currently free if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber. It recently received the five star medallion from Readers’ Favorite with three out of three 5-star reviews. Please leave a review if you’ve read it, these are important to get the word out about the book.

Can I ask you a Favour…….?

For those of you generous enough to have bought and read Space Taxis could I ask a favour? Reviews and star ratings really matter, so if you could leave a review or a star rating on Amazon https://geni.us/i6pP and Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/55375798-space-taxis I would be really grateful!

Thank you 😀👽

Space Taxis is Number Three in Goodreads New Release List!

I’m pleased to see that Space Taxis has reached number three on the Goodreads list, 2020 New Release Books/eBooks!

With most of the reviews so far 5 stars, I’m absolutely thrilled. You can buy your copy of Space Taxis here.

An Interview about Writing and Space Taxis

I was really pleased so be asked to give an interview with the University of Notthingham student magazine, Impact. I’m currently an English student in my final year at the university, and although there many amazing writers, doubtless lots of budding authors, many likely to be highly successful, I’m one of the few that has a book in print at the moment, so I was delighted to share my story and a few tips with fellow students.

Ranging from our influences (my co-author Adam Frosh and myself) and how we got the idea for Space Taxis, the writing process and tips for aspiring authors, I really enjoyed the interview and I’m thankful to Jerome Gerada for the chance to talk about Space Taxis and writing!

You can read the interview here.