Join the incompetent Hal and his long-suffering metal sidekick Clunk for a second serve of interplanetary chaos stuffed with more laughs than a cracker factory and more action than a politician’s expense account.
‘The quirkiest genre satire to hit booksellers since Terry Pratchett’s Discworld’
— The West Australian.
is the author of four Hal Spacejock novels, a number of articles on writing and publishing, and several short stories, one of which collected an Aurealis Award in 2001. He divides his time between writing fiction and writing computer software, with the occasional round of golf thrown in for a laugh. Born in the UK and raised in the south of Spain, Simon came to Australia with his family in 1983. He’s a founding member of the Andromeda Spaceways Inflight magazine, and lives in Perth with his wife and two children. Simon’s goal is to write fifteen Hal Spacejock books before someone takes his keyboard away, and you can track his progress on the official website.