Falling Up released

The first novella in the Flying Crooked series was SUPPOSE WE. Commissioned by LL-Publications (the publisher of the ARIA science fiction trilogy) to bring back the passion in space exploration. In Suppose We a ship crashlands on a faraway planet, but the natives are so far ahead of Earth that they ignore the hapless humans in need of help. The human crew follow the native Keps to their habitats only to find strangeness beyond their experience. If you read Suppose We and you thought it as original as writers such as Jaine Fenn did, then just wait until you read Falling Up. Well, the title tells you, doesn’t it?

Why is Em flying up as in the cover picture? An anomaly, obvs, but what kind and why was she running and what to? You can find out today! The ebook version is released on the 12th of the 12th 2019. Yes, Britain’s election day though it has nothing to do with it. On the other hand if you want to celebrate or seek solace then what’s better than to dive into an out-of-this-world novel? (Several other things but it’s a start)

Leading on from the cover art of a falling up girl and the cunning upside-down lettering, we’ve tried upside downing the chapter headings. And just wait till you see what we’ve done in Chapter 22.

FALLING UP is available as Kindle for £1.99 in the UK and $2.99 in the US. The paperback is £7.99

Link to amazon for Falling Up https://mybook.to/FallingUP

ISBN-13 for paperback is  978-0997554946 and the amazon link is


If you’ve yet to salivate over SUPPOSE WE you can grab an ebook copy from


Kindle for 99 cents or 99 pence from today.  Kindle Unlimited is FREE

The paperback can be found on Amazon too.

Just thinking out loud now. If we eventually create a boxset for the Flying Crooked series with 1) Suppose We 2) Falling Up and 3) Kepler’s Son I could include a used SpaceWeb patch, Vegan Cookbook in Space and a sample rock from Kepler-20h imbued with a gravity anomaly.

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