Alex Baxter Scott

    Now here we have one of many local authors showcasing their fine work at SFS!
    Twenty five year old Scarborough born Alex Baxter Scott is delighted to be attending his very first convention as an author. He and his family have visited Sci-Fi Scarborough every year since its conception. He attended East Ayton school, then Lady Lumley’s in Pickering through to six form. Alex has been writing since around 7 years old when he started with fan fiction,then progressed to original stories and in 2016 got the idea for ‘Trem’ his first self published novel. Trem, a story of love, death and the supernatural which he wrote after the passing of his Father. His second book Trem: Exiles, an immediate sequel to the first, launched in 2020. You will find him with both books during the 2022 Sci-Fi Scarborough event. Ever since the first COVID 19 lockdown, he has also made many appearances in Doctor Who fan content online, specifically voice overs and audio only productions.

    Five days a week you will also find him surrounded by books making coffee in Lizzie’s Arty Fact & Fiction. The family-run book and coffee shop in Brompton by Sawdon, just outside Scarborough on the main road to Pickering.

    Trem tells the story of Gabby Morgan who, when she was a child, ventured into a haunted mansion for a dare. Years later when she returns she finds herself surrounded by benevolent ghosts, age old conspiracies and a race of people hidden from humanity for thousands of years.

    Trem: Exiles. Following the events of the first book, Gabby and Trem journey into the Styx on a dangerous mission to reunite a family. Meanwhile three assassins face a destiny laid out for them, by a ghost from the past. With time against them, what started as a struggle for survival turns to mystery, as Gabby Morgan attempts to decipher the visions in her dreams.

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