Twenty three 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 7 years ago. 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, is being launched at Sci-Fi Scarborough. You will find him with both books in the Sun Court Suite amongst the R2D2 droids…
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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