New in 2019: Shelf Life by Rob Gregson

We’re pleased to announce another new member of the Mirror World family; Rob Gregson!

Rob lives in Lancaster, England, and his novel, Shelf Life, is another one of those books that really encompasses what we’re all about.

But here, judge it for yourself:

Young bookseller Cathy Finn is having a bad day. First, there’s the assassin’s bullet. Then comes the realisation that she’s been living in a work of fiction. Worse, she wasn’t even the main character.

Cathy’s quiet, bit-part life may be over, but her troubles are only beginning. Her last day on Earth is also her first as a citizen of New Tybet. For over four hundred years, its people have been rescuing those destined to die in other narratives, but now the system is faltering.  A saboteur is at work and Cathy will have to stop him if she’s ever going to find a way home. Failure could maroon her forever and spark a revolution that sets all the worlds of literature ablaze.

Shelf Life launches July 2019 with a cover reveal in June. Until then, get to know the author:

rob-gregson-03Rob Gregson spent much of his youth reading fantasy novels, immersing himself in role playing games and generally doing everything possible to avoid the real world. In his defence, we’re talking about the late 1980s – a time when ridiculous hair, hateful pop music and soaring unemployment were all very popular – so it wasn’t altogether a bad decision. However, had he abandoned the realms of wizardry at an earlier age, he might have developed one or two useful life skills and he would almost certainly have found it easier to get a girlfriend.

Since that time, he and reality have developed a grudging tolerance of one another. However, their relationship still goes through the occasional bad patch and his writing is evidence of that.

Rob lives in Lancashire and has two children, although he has absolutely no idea why anyone should find that interesting.

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