Author Archives: garypmeehan

About garypmeehan

Programmer and writer. The first book of my YA fantasy trilogy, TRUE FIRE, is due out from Quercus this May

True Power Out Now!

True Power is out today! I can rest on my laurels now. Or bits of bush from the garden. I’m also over on Chouett’s blog, answering some questions on the True trilogy. Advertisements

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True Dark — Alternative Scene

Continuing the run up to the release of True Power, here’s an alternative scene to the encounter between Megan and Gwyneth in True Dark, this time on the River Speed…

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True Fire — Deleted Scene

In the run up to the release of True Power, here’s a deleted scene from True Fire for you to enjoy and ponder why it was cut.

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True Power — Coming October 1, 2015

True Power will be released on October 1, 2016 here in the UK. To celebrate, I’m going to be posting stories and deleted scenes. To start you off, here’s a prelude to True Dark set just before the book starts.

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True Dark — Coming April 2nd 2015

Will Megan reclaim her child? Will Eleanor reclaim her birthright? Will Damon reclaim his spine? All will be revealed this April… Pre-order in the UK from: Quercus, Amazon and Waterstone’s.

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Guest Blogs

I’ve been a-blogging elsewhere today. First off, I answer some irreverent questions over at Moloney King’s site. Then things get more serious as I do a True Fire Q&A over at Dark-Readers as part of the UK YA Extravaganza blog … Continue reading

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True News Round-up

True Fire has been nominated for the Branford Boase Award for “the most promising book for seven year-olds and upwards by a first time novelist in the UK during 2014”. Announcements in The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and The Bookseller. … Continue reading

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