Some authors dare not cross the line. International Best-selling author Andrew Mackay makes it his starting point.

A novelist, screenwriter and former teacher, Mackay is the creator of groundbreaking satire series ‘In Their Shoes’; the hilarious and often shocking journey of fictional newbie journalist Joy Attwood. The first two books in the series are best sellers in Amazon’s “satire” category (UK and US).

Self-proclaimed "Antisocial Justice Warrior" Mackay is the founder of Chrome Valley Books - “The Home of Dangerous Fiction”. Never knowingly inoffensive, his works often contain a ruthless and shocking commentary on society, delving into the darker and disturbing machinations of modern life, but always with a sense of humanity and wit.

His influences include John Cleese, Tom Sharpe, Kurt Vonnegut, James Patterson, Hunter S Thompson, Douglas Adams, Imogen Edwards-Jones, Michael Frayn, Chris Morris, Jerry Sadowitz, Christopher Hitchins, Bill Maher, George Carlin, Milo Yiannopoulos and Larry Cohen.

One of the UK's most dedicated provocateurs and contrarians, his obsessions include (and are essentially limited to) unhealthy amounts of: smoking, drugs, alcohol, caffeine, sex, arguing, fighting, vandalism, daydreaming and writing about himself in the third person.

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Jeffrey Bardwell

An intriguing premise and a lovely cover!

J. R. Kruze

A fascinating story concept, with frequent shifts that leave you riveted to find out how the story develops and resolves.

Caleb Wachter

I find this cover, and the product description, reminds me of a beloved childhood film, The Cat From Outer Space. Very effective and evocative cover image.

James Erith

This hugely talented author, now tuning in to sci-fi and cats. What's not to savour? I, for one, am purring in anticipation!

Ginger Booth

What a fun concept! Cats in space. :)

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