Wednesday, April 6, 2011

This post is copied nearly exactly from my Wordpress post at Thingummy.

We've recently had 2 launches at P'kaboo Publishers. The one was public; the other was a private launch, closed society, with a public launch for that book still pending.

Launch of The Solar Wind II:
The Assassin

Lyz Russo

"The Assassin"  (Solar Wind II)

"Remember who you are!"

His sister died with those words on her lips.
Something sinister lurks in his psyche.
Something that loves killing.
Can he complete his mission
without selling out to this entity?

The book is available at,, Amazon or any branch of Ebooks Etc. There are also several other bookshops in South Africa who stock this book.

The book is the sequel to "The Mystery of the Solar Wind" (Lyz Russo). This is a lighthearted adventure story about a bickering lot of young pirates, set in a dark and ominous future. It is available in the same places as "The Assassin". To get more details, please visit (for reviews, a peep into the book, etc.)

The Mystery of the Solar Wind

The Other Book Launch

(the one that happened in quiet, and which precedes a larger, more public launch) is for a fast-reading comedy featuring a ghost as the main character.

Almost Dead in Suburbia

by Douglas Pearce was launched in Observatory, Johannesburg,

Almost Dead In SuburbiaAlmost Dead in Suburbia

The uber-English little village of Wiggleswood is about to get more excitement than it has ever seen before. Ghosts, almost-ghosts and ghostly cats haunt the streets. Several of these ghosts are on a mission, with the hyper-intelligent police chief trying to solve an almost-crime... it's a fun read.

To find out what else P'kaboo has gotten up to, please do visit...

Confucius say:
The one who says that something is impossible, should never interrupt the one who's doing it.

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