The Last Viking Returns

Let the blogging (and pillaging) begin – from July 1

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Hi everyone,

Norman and I should start by welcoming you to the blog. Welcome! And thanks for coming. We hope you have fun here.

We’ll be posting bits and pieces from July 1 onwards, all the way up until the book’s expected release date of mid 2011. You’ll be able to follow the process of the book week by week, and join in with competitions!

Ah, hang on, Norm’s just called- he’s reminding me that I’ve got a deadline to meet. Best get back to the drawing board for now…

James

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Author: James Foley

James makes books for courageous kids. He’s the author/illustrator of the S.Tinker Inc graphic novel series for middle primary: Brobot (2016), Dungzilla (2017) and Gastronauts (2018) star Sally Tinker, the world’s foremost inventor under the age of twelve, and Joe Tinker, her stinky baby brother. James’ earlier books My Dead Bunny (2015) In The Lion (2012), The Last Viking (2011) and The Last Viking Returns (2014) have all scored several honours, including children’s choice awards, shortlistings in the Children’s Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards, and selection to the International Youth Library’s White Raven list. James comes from a long line of queuing enthusiasts. Follow him on FB/twitter/insta/youtube @jamesfoleybooks, or at www.jamesfoley.com.au .

2 thoughts on “Let the blogging (and pillaging) begin – from July 1

  1. Is Knutt looking for a hot date? I know a very sweet but mischievous 5 year old girl, made of porcelain, with permanent blue swimmming goggles, has trusty dog ‘POE’ for protection (also has a super bark), who, it just so happens has a preference for young gregarious viking boys!!
    It looks great James!!
    xo Fleur

    • Hi Fleur, cheers 🙂 Maybe Knut and Heidi could have a playdate. He could take young Heidi for a sail around the backyard in his cardboard ship, whaddyareckon? Best not to take it out on the open sea though, it gets soggy, and Heidi (being porcelain) may be a little on the heavy side. (Don’t tell her I said that, I don’t want to give her a complex)

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