Non-stop action at Hazard River

Get set for more action at Hazard River with Bat Attack and Tiger Terror. The stories are action-packed fun for readers aged 8+, published by Ford Street Publishing. The freaky front covers are done by super-talented illustrator, Marc McBride. Hazard River series by JE Fison

The HAZARD RIVER series: Holidays are normally fun – right? But when Jack Wilde and his friends visit Hazard River things are anything but normal. The gang comes up against pirates, smugglers and unscrupulous developers while trying to dodge stings rays, snakes, bats and sharks. How will they survive the summer?

Bat Attack:  It’s New Year’s Eve and Jack Wilde and his friends are BAT ATTACK by JE Fisongetting ready for a night of fun at the local disco. But when a mad driver almost runs them over, things start to go very badly wrong.  Will New Year’s Eve be the best night of their lives or the very worst? As the clock ticks towards midnight, only time will tell. Tiger Terror by JE Fison

Tiger Terror:  Tigers are on the verge of extinction. Everyone knows that. So why does Jack Wilde think he’s seen a tiger’s paw in a medicine shop in Chinatown? To find out the truth Jack and his friends must become junior spies. But they soon realise that their mission is anything but child’s play.

Check out the whole HAZARD RIVER series for details about Shark Frenzy, Bat Attack, Blood Money and Toads’ Revenge.


Hazard River virtual book tour dates: 14/3/2011 Review of Tiger Terror and Bat Attack

15/3/2011 Inspiration – it’s all around us

16/3/2011 Interview Shark Frenzy by J.E. Fison

17/3/2011Writing for kids helped me become a better parent

18/3/2011 Does my front cover look too scary in this?

For more details on J.E. Fison’s Hazard River series visit

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Published by Julie Fison

Julie Fison is a Brisbane writer and travel lover. Her debut novel for adults ONE PUNCH is a compelling and thought-provoking family drama that follows two mothers forced to make impossible decisions after one life-changing night. Inspired by real events, the story is a sharp study of the complexities of family life and the consequences of being blind to the faults of our loved ones. Julie’s other work includes books for children and young adults – the Hazard River adventure series for young adventure lovers, stories in the Choose Your Own Ever After series that let the reader decide how the story goes, and a play for secondary school students As the Crow Flies. Julie is also a committed traveller and loves sharing tips for midlife adventurers.

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