Ru Pringle reads from “October Song”
He is reading an extract from his latest novel, October Song, set in the near future and takes us on a nail-biting chase around the Highlands.
After a devastating bomb attack in Edinburgh, capital of the territory of North Britain, as society buckles beneath the pressures of climate change and mass migration, a police officer is pursued by MI5 up the territory’s wild and lawless west coast.
October Song can be purchased here – http://mybook.to/OctoberSong
Ru Pringle has written for a living since his late teens, with features in various magazines and newspapers.
His early short fiction was published in Interzone. After several years as a touring musician, his first books were published in 2018: A Time of Ashes and Hunting Gods, parts 1 & 2 of the fantasy / SF epic Fate and the Wheel.
He’s in final edits of 2-part space opera ‘The Seed’ and humorous SF novel ‘Surfers’, as well as working on screenplays including a TV adaptation of October Song. He lives in the SW Highlands of Scotland.
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