British Author Tim Flanagan has decided to invade America with his very British style of writing. Tim, a native of Kent, will be appearing on one of the hottest underground radio shows in America.
The show, to be broadcast in July will showcase this British author at his very best.
Flanagan, fresh faced with success after his hit YouTube writing show with bestselling author MJ Summers, will face tough questions about writing, his books and English-isms from American broadcasters. This comes months after the British Prime Minister David Cameron appeared on The David Letterman Show and won American audiences over with humble rhetoric and a light-hearted sense of humor.
Flanagan was quoted as saying he was "delighted to be appearing in front of American audiences" and hopes his books go down as well with them as they have with English audiences. His "Moon Stealers" series has proven to be very popular with young adults across the UK and will be re-released with new covers for the American market this year.
"The Moon Stealers" concerns Peter Crisp, a boy with an unusual gift of being able to see things that others cannot. He goes missing after spending the night in a graveyard. Two of Peter's school friends join forces with a Knight of King Arthur to attempt to find him but come across some mysterious engravings which propel them on an adventure beyond their imagination.
Meanwhile MI6 operative Steven Knight is sent from London to investigate a meteor landing site, but Steven is advised by his own boss not to trust the puppeteers who hold the strings to his investigation. Within the core of the meteor is an alien bacteria that evolves at an alarming rate that not only puts Steven's life at risk, but the entire human race.
By unravelling ancient codes and riddles, the children journey within the bowels of Edinburgh Castle as they attempt to find the key to Peter's disappearance. The children not only need to save Peter, they need to save the world while they're at it.
Details of the Flanagan appearance will be released later in the month.