Press Release for Summer’s Dark Waters by Simon Williams and his great cause!

Hello, everyone, Paul here to bring you the official press release for Summer’s Dark Waters by Simon Williams. Simon has done a wonderful thing by donating all royalties to T.A.C.T. – a children’s adoption and fostering charity. You can head on over to their website at to learn more. Bravo, Simon! What a wonderful gesture. Now for the press release.

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Press Release for Summer’s Dark Waters by Simon Williams

Summer’s Dark Waters is a fantasy / sci-fi / supernatural adventure for all ages 10+. Originally conceived as an idea thought up by the author and his niece, the book is a departure from the author’s usual work and is his first book aimed at all ages but mainly 10-12. All royalties from the book will be going to TACT – – an adoption and fostering charity based in the UK.

Trailer (also featured on back cover of paperback version)
If everyone in the class had been asked by their teacher to vote on who else in the class they thought would turn out to be a truly extraordinary human being, Joe would probably not have receivedany votes.But Joe- and his best friend Amber- are both about to be drawn into a series of incredible events and discover hidden truths not only about themselves but about the world itself.Their lives will never be the same again…

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Brief Bio:
Simon Williams is an author of fantasy and speculative fiction and is based in the UK. He has written three books in the acclaimed Aona series so far. Summer’s Dark Waters is his first book for children.


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  1. Authors seem to be a very generous group of people. His cover is compelling! The boy instills some fear in me and I wonder what’s behind that scowl.

    As a p.s. I’ve kicked off that effort to do a month long support for literacy. Hope you’ll come on board.

  2. This looks great! Sounds like an interesting read. I’ll be grabbing a copy of this, might even let my kids read it lol

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